Country singer, songwriter, actress and record producer, Reba McEntire Live Tour has been rescheduled to Thursday, March 17, 2022 at Van Andel Arena at 8:00PM. Tickets for original May 9th date will be honored on Thursday, March 17, 2022. For additional information on this rescheduled event, click here.
Ticket prices are subject to change. For current ticket prices visit Ticketmaster.com. Ticket prices may vary, as market pricing applies to all tickets. Prices may fluctuate based on supply and demand. Tickets may be purchased at the box office or on-line at Ticketmaster.com.
Multi-media entertainment mogul Reba McEntire has become a household name through a successful career that spans across music, television, film, theater and retail. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Hollywood Bowl member has won 16 ACM Awards, 15 American Music Awards, 9 People’s Choice Awards, 6 CMA Awards, 3 GRAMMY® Awards, a GMA Dove Award and was a 2018 Kennedy Center Honors recipient, in addition philanthropic and leadership honors. In 2017, she marked her thirteenth summit as the double-disc collection SING IT NOW: SONGS OF FAITH & HOPE topped both the Billboard Country and Christian/Gospel charts, bolstering Reba’s successful record of 35 No. 1 singles and over 56 million albums sold worldwide. Reba co-produced her latest album, STRONGER THAN THE TRUTH (Big Machine Records) alongside Buddy Cannon in Nashville. The Oklahoma native and Golden Globe® nominated actress has 11 movie credits to her name, a lead role on Broadway in Irving Berlin’s Annie Get Your Gun and starred in the six-season television sitcom Reba. She joins the voice cast of Fox Animation’s Spies in Disguise – set to hit theaters December 25. Her brand partnerships include Dillard’s, REBA by Justin™ and was named the first female and musician to portray KFC’s iconic founder Colonel Harland Sanders in their celebrity colonel campaign. Alongside her superstar pals, REBA, BROOKS & DUNN: Together In Vegas has become the longest-running Country residency in The Colosseum at Caesars’ history.
Face masks encouraged.