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December 05, 2019

Reba McEntire and Brooks & Dunn Announce 'Together in Vegas' Residency Has Been Extended through 2020

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On December 2, 2019, Brooks & Dunn and Reba McEntire revealed some exciting news for fans. The country singers shared that their Las Vegas residency was extended for the sixth year.

McEntire, Kix Brooks, and Ronnie Dunn revealed that their “Together in Vegas” residency would have 24 new shows for 2020. The Country Music Hall of Famers will have their show starting early in April until early December.

Their performances will be held at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Reba McEntire at the 53rd annual CMA Awards on November 13, 2019, in Nashville, Tennessee | Photo: Taylor Hill/Getty Images

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BROOKS & DUNN AND MCENTIRE ANNOUNCE EXTENSION

Taking to Instagram, the singing duo wrote:

“Brooks & Dunn and @Reba are returning for 14 more shows at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in 2020. See the full list of dates now and get your tickets this Friday at 10am! (Link in bio).”

McEntire also took to social media to reveal the great news. She also added the same poster used by Brooks & Dunn, showing the threesome standing together.

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THE OFFICIAL DATES FOR 2020

The new 2020 dates are April 8 - 18, June 10 - 20, October 7 – 17, and December 2 - 12. Tickets are expected to go on sale on December 6 through Ticketmaster.

McEntire and Brooks & Dunn have 8 remaining shows scheduled for 2019. They will wrap things up for the year on December 14.

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THE LONGEST-RUNNING COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW

Their extension at the residency has officially made them the longest-running country music show in Las Vegas. The country musicians began their residency in June 2015.

So far, the singing duo and McEntire have added more shows for the following year religiously. It seems they won’t be ending their residency anytime soon.

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THE FIRST EXTENSION

The first leg of the Las Vegas residency for 2019 also began in June on the 26th. The singing group announced its first extension in May 2019.

At the time, they had revealed that the announced shows would run from December 4 through December 14. The tickets for the beginning of their 2019 residency came out on May 17.

This year, Brooks & Dunn had a tour for the first time since they separated in 2010.

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