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Reba Reveals ALL THE WOMEN I AM Tour Dates

Reba will embark on the ALL THE WOMEN I AM tour this fall throughout the US and Canada. The upcoming, 31-city venture kicks off on September 1 in Ft. McMurray, Alberta, Canada with special guests The Band Perry, Steel Magnolia and Edens Edge slated to open select US dates. In conjunction with the tour’s launch, the touring industry’s leading trade outlets have named Reba the #1 female Country touring artist, selling a combined total of over 9 million tickets.

Presales for select shows will begin on Saturday, July 9 at 10am CST. Only RebaNet fan club members will have the exclusive opportunity to purchase up to four tickets maximum of the best seats available via Reba.com. RebaNet membership is free and in addition to presale privileges, benefits include Meet & Greet opportunities, Unique Bonus Content, Fan Forum Accessibility, Download Complimentary Images (wallpapers, buddy icons, Twitter backgrounds) and more! To join RebaNet, please click here.

According to Pollstar, who has been tracking tour revenue and attendance figures since 1981, Reba ranks as the #1 touring female Country artist of all-time. She has sold well in excess of 9 million tickets (including shared bills) since monitoring began three decades ago and has logged more than $274 million dollars in gross revenue. Also of note, 2010 marked Reba’s highest-grossing tour on the road, proving fans still can’t get enough of the superstar! Additionally, Billboard's Boxscore ranks Reba as the #1 touring female Country artist of the past 20 years, tracking tour revenue and attendance figures since 1991. She has played 600 shows for more than 6.7 million fans, with her tours bringing in more than $218 million dollars in gross revenue.

One of the most successful female recording artists in history, Reba has sold over 56 million albums worldwide and her previous 13 studio albums have all achieved Gold or Platinum-plus status. As a leading lady in the genre, she was recently inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame for her contributions. She has won 15 American Music Awards; 13 Academy of Country Music Awards; 9 People’s Choice Awards; 6 Country Music Association Awards and 2 GRAMMY Awards throughout her extraordinary career. She is one of only four entertainers in history to be honored with a National Artistic Achievement Award by the U.S. Congress. Reba’s reign of 35 #1 hits spans four decades, prompting Billboard, Country Aircheck and Mediabase to all recognize her as the biggest female hit-maker in Country music history. The multimedia superstar recently earned her 64th Top 10 hit with “Turn On The Radio” and her 35th #1 with the lead single from her new album, ALL THE WOMEN I AM.

Reba’s unprecedented run of sales successes extended the superstar’s lead as the female artist with the most RIAA sales certifications and #1 albums in Country music history. The superstar surpassed the two-million-fan mark on Facebook, propelling her into an elite group of Country artists to achieve the popularity milestone. Also an acclaimed film, TV and Broadway actress, Reba signed with The Valory Music Co. in November 2008. The move reunited the multimedia entertainer with industry leader Scott Borchetta, now President and CEO of the Big Machine Label Group, which includes Big Machine Records, The Valory Music Co. and Republic Nashville.

For up-to-date information regarding the ALL THE WOMEN I AM tour and public on-sales (as early as Friday, July 15), visit Reba.com.

2011 ALL THE WOMEN I AM dates:
* The Band Perry, Steel Magnolia, Edens Edge
** The Band Perry only

September 1 – Ft. McMurray, Alberta
September 4 – Canfield, Ohio
September 17 – Bangor, Maine
September 22 – Niagara Falls, Ontario
September 23 – Niagara Falls, Ontario
September 24 – Gilford, New Hampshire
September 26 – Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 29 – St. John’s, Newfoundland
September 30 – St. John’s, Newfoundland
October 2 – West Springfield, Massachusetts
October 6 – Moline, Illinois*
October 7 – Bloomington, Illinois*
October 8 – Maryville, Tennessee**
October 13 – Green Bay, Wisconsin*
October 14 – Ft. Wayne, Indiana*
October 15 – Huntington, West Virginia*
October 20 – Bozeman, Montana**
October 21 – Casper, Wyoming**
October 22 – Bismarck, North Dakota**
October 27 – Sioux City, Iowa*
October 28 – St. Louis, Missouri*
October 29 – Kansas City, Missouri*
November 3 – Omaha, Nebraska*
November 4 – Tulsa, Oklahoma*
November 5 – Wichita, Kansas*
November 10 – Grand Rapids, Michigan*
November 12 – Atlanta, Georgia*
November 17 – Lafayette, Louisiana*
November 18 – Biloxi, Mississippi*
November 19 – Tupelo, Mississippi*