Reba McEntire has postponed her concert arena tour yet again amid the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the Minnesota show has been cancelled entirely.

The 2021 Reba: Live In Concert tour has been scrapped, with a new tour of the same name planned for next year. The country star announced the sad news Wednesday (April 14), writing that it just wasn't possible to go on tour right now in a safe way.

Sadly, the Minnesota tour stop has been cancelled all together. According to Reba, the show was not able to be rescheduled. It was set to take place at the Xcel Energy Center on Friday, July 16th of this year after being postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic.

If you have tickets to the show, you will be given a refund. According to the Xcel Energy Center's website, all tickets purchased at Ticketmaster will be refunded automatically. You do not need to do anything further.

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If you purchased your ticket via any other website, you must contact them to get your money back. If you purchased them at the Xcel Energy Center box office, you are asked to email info@xcelenergycenter.com. The box office is closed to in-person visits.

Many concerts have been postponed or cancelled altogether amid the pandemic. While it is sad that Reba will not be coming to Minnesota, the bright side is that other country stars have announced tours as we come out of the pandemic. To keep up with all of these shows, postponed and rescheduled, check out our concert calendar here.

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