Miranda Lambert will return to CMA Fest this June in Nashville with her MuttNation Foundation to host several events surrounding the country music festival.

The non-profit aims to shine a spotlight on rescue animals, assist shelters and ensure that shelter dogs have a safe and loving place to call home.

The country star is set to host the inaugural MuttNation March on June 8, during which she and her rescue dogs will march from Nissan Stadium over the Nashville Pedestrian Bridge and to downtown Nashville.

"So many shelter pets need a home, so we are going to march to raise awareness,” Lambert says in a press release. “Country music has the best fans in the world and together we can help so many animals find amazing homes."

Registration for the MuttNation March is currently open at MuttNationFoundation.com and costs $15. Additionally, the MuttNation Foundation Adoption Drive will return to CMA Fest and will take place inside CMA Fan Fair X at the Music City Center. The drive will feature a photo booth, the MuttNation mobile unit and the Puppy Corral with the goal to find shelter dogs forever homes.

The singer's MuttNation Fueled by Miranda Lambert Pet Collection will be on hand as well. Fans not able to make it to CMA Fest this year can take part in the MuttNation Shelter Day Sweepstakes, which runs through June 19, for their chance to win a day with Lambert making over an animal shelter in need. For more information, visit MuttNationFoundation.com.

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