Miranda Lambert Says She's 'All About' Fans Fighting at Her Shows — but Only During Certain Songs

The singer highlighted the tracks that she gives fans the okay to get rowdy during

<p>Gabe Ginsberg</p> Miranda Lambert

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Miranda Lambert

Miranda Lambert is setting some ground rules for fans who want to fight at her shows.

The singer, 40, took to Instagram on Tuesday, July 2, to lay down the law when it comes to getting rowdy at her concerts, notably highlighting that she has a setlist of songs that she deems are acceptable to fight during.

"If you want to fight at my shows, I'm all about it. Give 'em hell. I've got five songs for you. 'Fastest Girl in Town,' 'Kerosene,' 'Little Red Wagon,' 'Wranglers,' 'Gun Powder & Lead,' " Lambert said. "Don't do it during 'Tin Man.' That's not the time. I know you can hear the s--- talking 'cause it's a ballad, but that's not the time."

With a wink, Lambert concluded: "So pick your times. You've got five songs. Look at the setlist and choose wisely."

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Fans in the comments appreciated Lambert's no-nonsense attitude and signature charm, with one user's top-liked comment reading, "The fights are scheduled into the set now lol."

Another fan chimed in: "This is the best 😂😂. Have some respect for Tin Man people. Also no fighting during vice either. Lol."

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The singer's message comes on the heels of footage being shared on X (formerly Twitter) of her live performance in Midland, Tx., on June 29, in which Lambert can be seen stopping in the middle of her performance of "Tin Man" to comment on a dust-up in the crowd.

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“Is everybody okay? Did somebody faint? Are you good? Are y’all fightin’? During this song? Because I will come down there and you don’t want that. We’re not doing that today,” the country star said from the stage. “I’m gonna go East Texas red on your ass real quick. It ain’t worth it. It’s always the girls, we always get riled up and start punching each other. Dear police, can we just go ahead and remove them, that’d be great. Thank you very much.”

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