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Reba McEntire Performs in Laughlin, March 16, 2013
Published on Sat, Dec 8, 2012 (1:51 p.m.)Reba McEntire will be performing under the stars at the Laughlin Amphitheater on Saturday, March 16, 2013 and the Tropicana and River Palms Hotel and Casinos are pleased to be able to welcome her back to Laughlin and offer special room and ticket packages for this exciting event.
The room packages include two concert tickets to Reba On The River and a two night stay (Friday and Saturday). You can also add Sunday, March 17, free. Based on double occupancy.
At Tropicana, the package price starts at $229 plus tax. Call 1-800-343-4533 and request promo T-2167. Visit the Tropicana online at www.TropicanaX.com or on facebook at www.facebook.com/tropicanacasino.
The River Palms package starts at $199 plus tax. Call 1-800-835-7903 and request promot R-2167. Visit the River Palms online at www.River-Palms.com or on facebook at www.facebook.com/riverpalms.
Be sure to ask about upgraded tickets!
Reba McEntire has had an amazing career, with 64 top 10 hits, 56 million in worldwide album sales, a #1 television sitcom, and an astounding collection of awards including 15 American Music Awards, 13, ACM Awards, 9 People’s Choice Awards, 7 Country Music Association Awards, 2 GRAMMYS and is one of only four entertainers in history to be honored with a National Artistic Achievement Award by U.S. Congress.
You can catch Reba Fridays on ABC's "Mailbu Country", a sitcom about a woman who packs up her family and moves from Nashville to Malibu, Ca to jump start her music career following a divorce. For more information on Reba, see her website at www.reba.com.
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