If 2020 were a song, it would be the saddest, most depressing, worst song ever written. Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic every tour scheduled for the spring and summer was forced to shut down and reschedule dates for later in the year, or cancel altogether. That of course includes Reba's tour that, if 2020 was a normal year, would have happened two months ago.

The show was originally scheduled for March, then COVID-19 happened and it was moved to August 8th. With the continued uncertainty of where we'll be with the virus by that point in time, tour officials have decided to play it safe and reschedule for July 8th, 2021 according to tour promoter, LiveNation.

Reba herself made the announcement on her YouTube Channel this morning at 9:00 a.m Central.

If you have tickets for the original date, hold on to them as they will be honored on the new, new date. In the event you won't be able to go to the show due to the rescheduling, you'll be able to request a refund. Visit the LiveNation website for more information.

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