Reba McEntire Returns Memorial Day

3-21-05 - Country music, Broadway and television superstar Reba McEntire will once again light up the stage on Memorial Day in a dazzling new show that benefits the families of critically ill patients hospitalized in Texoma Medical Center through Reba's Ranch House.

The mega-event, benefiting Reba's Ranch House, is set to get underway Monday, May 30th at the all-new Choctaw Casino & Resort Coliseum located just off Highway 75 north of the Red River. Concert organizers say the evening will be an incredible celebration of Reba's musical and theatrical strengths featuring a career-spanning array of hits that prove why she's considered the most remarkable and accomplished female country singer of her generation.

"No one can touch Reba when it comes to sheer musical talent," wrote a critic who has followed her career for over two decades. "Her strength, range and depth are incredible. When she's on stage, she pours her heart and soul into every lyric, every note. She's a born entertainer and storyteller who pulls heartstrings, evokes emotions, makes her audiences think and feel...laugh and cry. She sings about life and love and all the things that are important to all of us."

Reba's Ranch House, built in 1992 for families with critically ill patients hospitalized in Texoma Medical Center, will once again benefit from
Reba's Memorial Day concert, this time with funds earmarked for endowment.

Tickets to the concert will go on sale April 30th at a one-day kickoff
sale in downtown Denison at North Texas Center for the Arts at 506 W.
Chestnut Street. Doors will open at 10 a.m., close at 4 p.m., and
organizers expect a huge crowd. Ticket prices are $35, $55 and $75, all reserved seating. Following the kickoff sale, any remaining tickets will be sold at outlets throughout the area. For further information, call
903-416-REBA (7322).


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