Country legend Reba McEntire will return to The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor for a solo concert in between shows at her one-of-a-kind country music residency with Brooks and Dunn at the “other” Colosseum in Vegas. She’ll be appearing with her band in the Rose City on August 2.
As a multi-media entertainment mogul, Reba has become a household name with a successful career that spans across music, television, film, theater and retail industries. She has achieved a rare pinnacle with 35 #1 singles and over 56 million albums sold worldwide, all garnering her a spot in the upper echelon of #1 albums in the Country genre. Both leading trade outlets for touring, Pollstar and Billboard’s Boxscore, named Reba the #1 female Country touring artist with total of over nine million tickets sold. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame inductee has won 15 American Music Awards, 13 Academy of Country Music Awards, nine People’s Choice Awards, seven Country Music Association Awards, two GrammyY Awards, an ACM Career Achievement Honor. She is back in the studio recording her first new music in five years with long-time producer Tony Brown.
The Vegas residency is a culmination of the friendship and musical admiration Reba and Brooks & Dunn have shared since first touring together in 1993. The two-hour production features more than 30 action-packed hits backed by a band of 10 players from both of their touring bands. The set includes solo and joint performances of their signature tracks including “Fancy,” “My Maria” and “Cowgirls Don’t Cry,” as well as many surprises. The show is the longest-running country music residency ever at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace and began back in 2015.
Tickets start at $60 and go on sale March 31 at Ticketmaster.
Upcoming shows: Paul Zerdin and Piff the Magic Dragon (Mar 30), Johnny Reid & his big band The Soul Providers wsg Glass Tiger – ALL AGES (Apr 6), Buddy Guy (Apr 13), David Foster (Apr 15), Terry Fator (Apr 21), Brian Wilson (May 4), Darcy Oake (May 17), Pitbull (May 25), Lee Brice (May 26), Daniel O’Donnell (May 27), Blink-182 (June 2), Russell Peters (June 15), Cole Swindell (June 16), Yanni (June 29), Bryan Adams (July 3), Sarah McLachlan (July 4), Disturbed (July 11), Trevor Noah (July 20) and Reba (Aug 2).