Reba and Brooks & Dunn will return to Las Vegas next month for another leg of their residency. I've seen this show a total of three times so far. Here are five reasons why you dare not miss this concert.

Reba and Brooks & Dunn have set up shop in the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The venue is awesome, the acts are great, and the ticket price is hard to beat.

I caught this show a year-and-a-half ago during the second portion of their residency. By that time, they had created a third leg, and now, they've added even more. I was able to catch it again late last year, and then again in June of 2017.

Well, they're back starting in late November and you'll have several chances to enjoy this amazing performance. For the most part, the show plays out pretty much the same. Reba, however, did release her gospel album earlier this year, and as a result, added a few tunes to her portion of the show.

No disrespect to Brooks & Dunn, but my primary interest in this show would be the redhead. I've been a Reba fanatic for over 25 years with no end in sight. Her new material is performing up to par with her previous hits, and her show is better than ever.

Here are five reasons why you should stop what you're doing and get tickets to see Reba in Las Vegas.

  • The Colosseum is an awesome venue; there isn't a bad seat in the house. This is the right way to SEE Reba.
  • The ticket price of $59 is pretty hard to beat.
  • Reba is at her best RIGHT NOW. Four decades of material and an intimate venue in which to present it.
  • The show is a bit nostalgic, reflecting the mid-90's when Reba and Brooks & Dunn used to tour together. You know... back when Country music was GREAT!
  • Reba is a world class entertainer, period. It's always great to see her, but it's even better up close and personal.

Reba and Brooks & Dunn have extended their residency in Las Vegas through December of 2018. Show dates include:

  • November 29
  • December 1
  • December 2
  • December 5
  • December 8
  • December 9
  • December 10

Make plans to catch this show. I don't work for Caesars, and I'm not getting paid to promote it. I was a ticket-buying member of the audience all three times I went to the show. Speaking as someone who's worked in the concert business for the better part of 20 years, I'm here to tell you, it doesn't get any better. Don't miss this show.