Reba live performance in Evansville Moved on January
For the third or fourth time since the original announcement (I honestly lost the count at this point), Reba’s show at the Ford Center was pushed back again on July 8 due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.
If it’s any consolation, every date on the tour has been postponed to the first part of 2022. Reba announced the decision to reschedule the tour on Facebook Wednesday morning, saying she and her team had waited as long as possible to make a decision about what to do but couldn’t wait any longer. She went on to say that she and her band wish they could get back on the streets right away, but “it’s just not possible yet.”
The new date for the Evansville Show is now January 13, 2022and will begin the course of their tour dates for “Reba: Live in Concert”.
If you have tickets from the original March 2020 date (which feels like decades ago, right?), They will continue to be honored for that new date. If you are unable to attend the new appointment, you should receive an email shortly from Ticketmaster, if you haven’t already, with details on how to get a full refund. For tickets purchased through a third-party website like StubHub, you will need to contact them directly for their refund policy.
While it’s a bummer we’d have to wait a little longer to see them, especially since we were so close to the July date and things were slowly starting to seem to be returning to some sort of normal, the good news is that we are going to get that Opportunity to see them. We just have to wait a little longer.
[Source: Reba McEntire on Facebook]