CMA Music Festival is going to the dogs.
The country superstar and avid animal lover has announced her first-ever MuttNation March to take place during the annual CMA Fest in Nashville.
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During the event, Miranda and her rescue dogs will march on the Nashville Pedestrian Bridge, beginning and Nissan Stadium and ending in downtown Nashville.
“So many shelter pets need a home, so we are going to march to raise awareness,” the “Tin Man” singer says. “Country music has the best fans in the world and together we can help so many animals find amazing homes.”
The MuttNation March concludes near the Music City Center where the MuttNation Foundation Adoption Drive will take place inside CMA Fan Fair X. The adoption drive will feature a photo booth, the MuttNation mobile unit and the family favorite “Puppy Corral.”
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For details on how to register for Miranda's MuttNation March or how to still be involved if you’re not in Nashville, click here.
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