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Jul 8
8:00 PM
2021
Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 3/20/2020, 8/8/2020)
Ford Center Evansville - Evansville, IN
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Jul 9
8:00 PM
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Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 3/21/2020, 7/9/2020)
Von Braun Center Arena - Huntsville, AL
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Jul 10
8:00 PM
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Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 5/1/2020, 7/11/2020)
Mississippi Coast Coliseum - Biloxi, MS
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Jul 15
7:00 PM
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Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 4/25/2020, 7/31/2020)
Resch Center - Green Bay, WI
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Jul 16
8:00 PM
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Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 5/7/2020, 7/23/2020)
Xcel Energy Center - Saint Paul, MN
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Jul 17
8:00 PM
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Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 4/26/2020, 8/1/2020)
Denny Sanford PREMIER Center - Sioux Falls, SD
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Jul 22
8:00 PM
2021
Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 5/2/2020, 7/10/2020)
Infinite Energy Arena - Duluth, GA
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Jul 30
8:00 PM
2021
Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 3/27/2020, 7/18/2020)
Wind Creek Event Center - Bethlehem, PA
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Aug 6
7:30 PM
2021
Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 3/26/2020, 7/16/2020)
PPG Paints Arena - Pittsburgh, PA
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Aug 7
7:30 PM
2021
Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 3/28/2020, 7/17/2020)
Huntington Center - Toledo, OH
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Aug 12
7:00 PM
2021
Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 5/8/2020, 8/7/2020)
Peoria Civic Center - Peoria, IL
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Aug 13
8:00 PM
2021
Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 4/24/2020, 7/24/2020)
Allstate Arena - Rosemont, IL
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Aug 14
7:00 PM
2021
Reba McEntire (Rescheduled from 5/9/2020, 8/6/2020)
Van Andel Arena - Grand Rapids, MI

Reba McEntire Information

Reba Nell McEntire (March 28, 1955) is an American songwriter, country singer, actress, and record producer. Her father was one of the World Champion steer roper (thrice). She learned guitar at her own and learn songs from her mother. She created a vocal group along with her brother and sister and named it "Singing McEntire's". They used to sing songs on the rodeos. She is often given the title “The Queen of Country” along with best selling-artist (of all time).

McEntire recorded her very first song named "The Ballad of John McEntire" released on the indie label Boss. She was also selected to perform at the National Rodeo in Oklahoma City, where she played the national anthem. Her very first recording was made on January 22, 1976, for Mercury as her debut single. "(There's Nothing Like The Love) Between a Woman and Man" was the second single by McEntire.

Some of the other singles and studio albums by McEntire include; “Glad I Waited Just for You", "That Makes Two of Us", Out of a Dream, "Sweet Dreams" (1st top hit on the Billboard country chart), "You Lift Me Up(To Heaven)" (top 10 hits), Feel the Fire, Heart to Heart, "Today All Over Again" (top 5 country hit), Unlimited, "Can't Even Get the Blues" (hit no.1 of Billboard), Behind the Scene, and the list goes on.

After getting into the house with MCA Nashville Records and leaving Mercury, she released My Kind of Country (1984) with two of the no.1 singles named "Somebody Should Leave" and "How Blue." In total, Reba Nell McEntire has released 29 studio albums containing 42 singles marked as no.1, 28 gold-certified albums, along with 16 no.1 records.

McEntire was also featured in the film Tremors along with Annie Get Your Gun (2001), and a TV sitcom named Reba (2001–07). For this sitcom, she was nominated for the category of Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Musical or Comedy) in the Golden Globe Award.

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