Reba announces 2020 tour plans

Dates kick off in spring 2020

Reba McEntire will hit the road in 2020 for a new series of tour dates. The country superstar kicks off the spring trek of dates in Evansville, IN on March 20th with stops in Pittsburgh, Toledo, Biloxi, Peoria and others before wrapping in Grand Rapids, MI on May 9th.

Tickets for select dates will go on sale Friday, November 22nd. A special pre-sale for members of Reba’s mailing list starts Tuesday, November 19th. Members will receive the code and link to purchase tickets via email the morning of Tuesday, November 19th.

Reba will co-host the 53rd CMA Awards on Wednesday, Nov 14th with Dolly Parton and Carrie Underwood. She will also perform her signature hit “Fancy” on the show and be part of the opening Women in Country performance with Parton and Underwood that also features Terri Clark, Sara Evans, Crystal Gayle, The Highwomen (comprised of Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Maren Morris and Amanda Shires), Martina McBride, Jennifer Nettles, Tanya Tucker and Gretchen Wilson, each performing iconic country songs for a monumental decades-spanning medley never before seen.

Reba will return to Las Vegas in December with Brooks & Dunn for their Together in Vegas residency. Dates run through mid-December, and the trio are set to return in January 2020 with dates yet to be announced.

Reba 2020 Tour Dates:

3/20 – Evansville, IN | Ford Center | On Sale 11/22
3/21 – Huntsville, AL | Von Braun Center Arena | On Sale 11/22
3/26 – Pittsburgh, PA | PPG Paints Arena
3/28 – Toledo, OH | Huntington Center | On Sale 11/22
4/24 – Rosemont, IL | Allstate Arena | On Sale 11/22
4/25 – Green Bay, WI | Resch Center | On Sale 11/22
4/26 – Sioux Falls, SD | Denny Sanford Premier Center
5/1 – Biloxi, MS | Mississippi Coast Coliseum | On Sale 11/22
5/2 – Duluth, GA | Infinite Energy Center
5/7 – St. Paul, MN | Xcel Energy Center
5/8 – Peoria, IL | Peoria Civic Center
5/9 – Grand Rapids, MI | Van Andel Arena | On Sale 11/22

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