Reba McEntire Pushes Back Tour to 2021

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Reba Mcentire postpones tour dates due to coronavirus
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The hits from the coronavirus pandemic keep coming. Reba McEntire is the latest artist to cancel tour dates for 2020 and reschedule them for summer of 2021.

Following in the footsteps of artists such as Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney and Maren Morris, Reba revealed that the show will go on next year. Originally set to kick off on March 20 in Evansville, Indiana, the tour was postponed for later in 2020 when the coronavirus first hit. Now out of an abundance of caution the tour is moved again to next year.

In a video on Instagram, Reba made the announcement.

“Ya know we’re going to postpone our concert tour until next summer. I hate to do that but out of everybody’s well being we just want to make sure everybody stays safe and healthy that’s the A number one main thing. I’m gonna miss you all terribly.  The band and crew and I, we’re really wanting to get back on stage but this is the best thing to do right now, unchartered territory.”

 

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“I can’t wait to see everybody when we know it’s safe to gather again,” shares Reba. “We’ve worked so hard on this new show and I’ll be ready to go as soon as we get the green light!”

Previously purchased tickets will be honored for all dates. If fans are unable to attend the new dates they will receive an email explaining how to request a refund.

In the meantime, Reba is out promoting the updated music video for her timeless song “What If.”

“It is timely. The things that we are dealing wth now, we deal with it all the time. We just got to stay together and find a better way of doing things,” Reba said during a Today show interview.

Reba McEntire What If single cover

NEW DATES: Reba Live In Concert 2021 Tour

July 8                     Evansville, IN                      Ford Center

July 9                     Huntsville, AL                     Von Braun Center

July 10                   Biloxi, MS                            Mississippi Coast Coliseum

July 15                   Green Bay, WI                   Resch Center

July 16                   St. Paul, MN                       Xcel Energy Center

July 17                   Sioux Falls, SD                    Denny Sanford Premier Center

July 22                   Duluth, GA                          Infinite Energy Center

July 30                   Bethlehem, PA                  Wind Creek Event Center

Aug 6                     Pittsburgh, PA                   PPG Paints Arena

Aug 7                     Toledo, OH                          Huntington Center

Aug 12                   Peoria, IL                              Peoria Civic Center

Aug 13                   Rosemont, IL                      Allstate Arena

Aug 14                   Grand Rapids, MI             Van Andel Arena