By Olivia Bahou
Updated Oct 14, 2016 @ 1:15 pm
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Miranda Lambert is going back on the road! The country singer just announced that she’s embarking on the Highway Vagabond Tour in January 2017, with 18 stops across the United States.

Lambert was forced to cut her 2016 Keeper of the Flame Tour early because of vocal problems, but it looks like she’s all healed and ready to hit the road once more. The tour comes on the heels of her new album, The Weight of These Wings, which will come out on Nov. 18.

The singer released the first single, “Vice,” off of the record over the summer, which was the first new music she’s produced since her 2015 divorce from Blake Shelton. “Another vice, another call, another bed I shouldn’t crawl out of,” she sings on the track.

After the holidays, Lambert will spend about two months on the road from Indiana to Michigan, belting out her new music.

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See the full list of tour stops on mirandalambert.com to see if she’s playing in a city near you.