Miranda Lambert’s Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour wrapped on Saturday night (Oct. 17) in Moline, Ill., and the singer admits she’s bummed about it. “It was one of the most amazing times I’ve ever had on the road,” Lambert says of a trek that included Clare Dunn, RaeLynn, Ashley Monroe and Courtney Cole.

The tour started in Missoula, Mont., in September and included over a dozen dates. The lineup was intended to make a statement.

“I really support female artists in any genre, especially country music right now,” Lambert revealed when announcing the tour. “I’ve taken girls on tour for a long time, and I want to continue to do that, because I feel like I can give them a platform.”

An impromptu Pistol Annies reunion in Augusta, Ga., was one of the many highlights from the 2015 Roadside Bars and Pink Guitars Tour. It was Lambert's first major tour since splitting from husband Blake Shelton in July. While on the road she kept it loose with impromptu covers and roller-skating trips.

After Monday night's rescheduled date in Calgary, Alb., Lambert is off for the remainder of the year. However, she's a scheduled performer at the 2015 CMA Awards in Nashville on Nov. 4. She's up for four awards on that night, including Entertainer of the Year.

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