Miranda Lambert gave her East Texas hometown a shot of revitalization when she opened her Pink Pistol boutique in Lindale in August. The new boutique is part of downtown Lindale’s redevelopment that also features music venue/restaurant Love and War, a 15,000-seat amphitheater and city park, and the historic Pickers Pavilion for crowds of up to 1,000.
The Pink Pistol and Love and War will celebrate their official grand openings on Oct. 22 with a Texas-sized block party, which will include a performance by Charlie Robison, chili cook-off, habanero pepper eating contest, wine tasting and more.
The Pink Pistol has a larger inventory than previous locations, more “Miranda’ize” merchandise and unique shopping opportunities for her fans. In addition to the old-fashioned soda fountain that will be open all day, there will be interactive opportunities with three photo booths and a big screen slideshow. The Pink Pistol also has a small stage for intimate performances for 40–50 people.
“It feels full circle to have everything under one ‘roof’ basically where it all began in my hometown of Lindale,” said Miranda in a press release.
“You gonna pull them pistols or whistle Dixie”… The new and improved @thepinkpistol @red55winery opened today!!! New location 114 E North street Lindale Texas!
photo courtesy Houston Livestock Show