Reba McEntire Announces Concert Special, “All the Women I Am’: Everything You Need to Know About the Concert

by Jennifer Shea

Country superstar Reba McEntire is offering fans another concert special. This one is also available on YouTube. The special, “All the Women I Am,” will premiere Friday, March 12 at 7:30 p.m. CST.

According to Broadway World, the concert took place live at the Cajundome in Lafayette, Louisiana in 2011. It was part of McEntire’s 20th arena tour. This will be the first time the concert has appeared online in its entirety.

“2011 was the last time we got to go out and play a big arena tour, and I’m so glad we captured this show on film,” McEntire said. “I know it’s not the same as being there in person, but I hope this gives my fans something to enjoy until we can get back out there on the road safely.”   

Reba McEntire Turns to YouTube to Cater to Fans

The concert special will include some of McEntire’s top hits, such as “Is There Life Out There” and “Turn On The Radio.”

McEntire is also celebrating the premiere by chatting with fans on her YouTube channel, per PopCulture.

This is not the first time McEntire has turned to YouTube to broadcast specials. Last July, her “Reba: Live” special aired on YouTube. It ran for an hour and featured 12 songs including “Fancy” and “Respect.” The concert it showed originally took place at the Omaha Civic Center. And McEntire also chatted with fans on her YouTube channel on the night that concert aired.

“This was one of my first big tours with all the dancers and costume changes, and it was my very first network television special,” McEntire said in a press release from Universal Music Group Nashville, per Southern Living. “It’s so much fun to get to revisit it and share it with my fans all these years later! I hope they enjoy it and I can’t wait to share some stories from the behind the scenes during the chat.”

She similarly turned to YouTube for “Reba in Concert.” That show took place live at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin, Texas in 1990.

According to McEntire’s website, she streamed that concert on YouTube in response to popular demand from her fans. The show featured 16 performances, and she dedicated it to her original band members, who died in a plane crash the year after that show.

McEntire has posted a teaser of her upcoming concert special on YouTube. Watch it here: