Reba McEntire has pushed her arena tour to 2021 - including her show planned for the Xcel Energy Center this summer. The postponed tour is due to the pandemic.

The new date of the show will be Friday, July 16th. The show will still take place at the Xcel Energy Center as planned.

Reba shared a special video message accompanying the announcement that she was postponing her tour, citing everyone's safety and wellbeing amid the pandemic as the reason behind the change.

If you purchased tickets to the show, you will receive an email regarding your next steps. Refunds are being offered and tickets will be honored for the new date.

Details regarding show time and an opening act were not given at this time.

Reba announced late last year that she was coming to Minnesota on tour, with a show date planned for May of 2020. In mid-March, she postponed the show with a new date in late July due to concerns over COVID-19.

She is the latest country star to postpone a show in the area. Last week, George Strait announced he would be pushing his U.S. Bank Stadium show, originally set for August, about a year due to COVID-19. Kenny Chesney also announced last week that he would be postponing his entire 2020 tour to next year, including his show at U.S. Bank Stadium. A new date has not been given yet.

Like Reba, Jason Aldean had a show planned for the Xcel Energy Center this year. After postponing it once due to COVID-19, he cancelled the show.

To keep up with concert cancellations and new tour dates amid COVID-19, visit our concert calendar here.

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