Reba McEntire

Reba McEntire kicked off her fall arena tour Reba: Live In Concert last night, performing to a sold-out crowd at Lafayette, LA’s Cajundome. Reba kept fans captivated with her “glitzy, cinematic” (Billboard) live show, complete with pyrotechnics and four outfit changes. Last night marked the first of 17 stops on the fall leg of her arena tour. Reba recently announced additional dates for Spring of 2023. For tickets and additional information, click HERE.

Reba McEntire is extending her REBA: LIVE IN CONCERT tour following a string of sold-out stops on the fall leg. Reba announced today 14 additional dates set for spring of 2023, featuring special guests Terri Clark and The Isaacs. The spring run will kick off March 9 in Jacksonville and will conclude at NYC’s Madison Square Garden, marking Reba’s first time playing the iconic venue.

Reba McEntire announced today Reba: The Ultimate Christmas Collection, set to release Friday, October 14. The collection is made up of favorites from her previous Christmas releases along with the stirring track “I Needed Christmas,” featured in the Lifetime movie "Reba McEntire’s Christmas In Tune." The collection is available for pre-order now HERE.

Reba McEntire has announced a fall arena tour REBA: LIVE IN CONCERT, set to kick off October 13 in Lafayette, LA. With 35 No. 1 hits under her belt, the award-winning entertainer will deliver hit after hit during her “entertaining and flawlessly executed” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette) live show. Presented by Live Nation, the 17-city tour will feature special guest Terri Clark across all shows.

Reba McEntire kicked off her anticipated REBA: LIVE IN CONCERT tour this past weekend with three back-to-back sold-out shows.  Playing to packed houses in Evansville, IN, Huntsville, AL and Duluth, GA, Reba treated the crowds to a stacked set of her most celebrated hits. Known for her witty personality, iconic wardrobe changes and her trademark vocals, fans enjoyed songs including “I’m A Survivor,” “Consider Me Gone,” “Fancy,” “Little Rock” and many more.

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