This fall, Justin Moore will once again hit the road with Miranda Lambert on the last leg of her the Revolution Continues Tour, set to kick off on September 8 in Terre Haute, Ind. The two first got the experience of sharing the stage together back in 2010 when they were Brad Paisley's supporting acts on his American Saturday Night Tour. They since have crossed paths on the road, including on a prior leg to Lambert's headlining trek.

"I'm so excited that we're going back out with Miranda," Moore tells Taste of Country. "That will be a lot of fun. I’m fired up about this tour. It’s going to be a party. The first tour with her was a lot of fun. I think she is just an incredibly talented artist, and I'm honored that she wants me back out on the tour with her."

The latest leg of the tour will be the final leg of the Revolution Continues Tour, as Lambert is gearing up for the release of her next album, 'Four the Record,' slated for a November release. “The revolution continues, but not for too much longer,” says Lambert in a press release. “We have had so much fun, and have had so many great bands come out to join us and some great artists as well. Don’t miss your last chance to see us on the road this year."

Other special guests along for the ride on the Revolution Continues Tour will be Randy Rogers Band, with Little Big Town, Charlie Worsham and Pat Green also joining the tour on select dates. Click here for a complete list of dates where the tour will be stopping.

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