Country Legend Reba McEntire Announces Tour, but You Won't See Her in Cincinnati

"Fancy" road trip, anyone?

click to enlarge Reba McEntire won't be "Fancy" in Cincinnati anytime soon. - PHOTO: FACEBOOK.COM/REBA
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Reba McEntire won't be "Fancy" in Cincinnati anytime soon.

We'll always bow down to Reba McEntire -- we just won't be able to do it in Cincinnati.

Country music legend McEntire is hitting the road in 2021 and 2022 to support her box set Revived, Remixed, Revisited. The tour concentrates heavily on the plains and mid-Atlantic regions with stops in Omaha, Nebraska; Springfield, Missouri; and Mashantucket, Connecticut.

But Cincinnati isn't on the tour. Neither is Columbus. Same for Cleveland.

In fact, McEntire's only tour stop in Ohio happens in Toledo on January 20. That's right, to watch McEntire belt out "Fancy" within the Buckeye State, Cincinnatians will have to travel three hours north. 

Sure, there are other options -- just head two hours south to Lexington, three-and-a-half hours southwest to Evansville or four-and-a-half hours east to Pittsburgh. Road trips are fun, we guess.

But no Reba in Cincinnati? The lights went out somewhere, and it wasn't in Georgia.

Tickets for all those other cities go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 15, at LiveNation properties. Find the full tour schedule and ticket information on McEntire's website.

McEntire's Revived, Remixed, Revisited puts new spins on the entertainer's hits from her career of nearly 50 years, including "Can't Even Get the Blues," "I'm a Survivor," "The Last One to Know" and a club-worthy "Fancy." But the big attention grabber is a new mix of "Does He Love You" with our queen and savior Dolly Parton. McEntire had originally performed the duet with Linda Davis in 1993, but Parton's vocals give the song even more emotional heft.

McEntire and Parton recently released their video for "Does He Love You." Watch it below.

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