Corrie Sachs will bring her show, Reba Las Vegas! to the Mary Winspear Centre, Dec. 14. (Contributed)

‘Reba Las Vegas!’ McEntire tribute artist takes Sidney stage

Straight from Bally’s show in Vegas, impersonator Corrie Sachs in town for one night only

It’s going to be a very special holiday season for Reba McEntire fans on the Peninsula as impersonator Corrie Sachs brings her show, Reba Las Vegas! to the Mary Winspear Centre.

Straight from the Bally’s Hotel and Casino stage in Vegas where she is the No. 1 Reba tribute artist, Sachs is in Sidney for one night only, performing Christmas classics along with some of Reba’s biggest hits.

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Melanie Ehrlich of Rock Island Entertainment is excited to bring Sachs, a five-time Entertainter of the Year Award winner, to the Island for the first time.

“She not only sounds exactly like Reba McEntire, but she looks exactly like her too,” Ehrlich said. “She’s a real whipper snapper, super energetic and will get the audience clapping and singing along to all of Reba’s best known tunes and some Christmas ones too.”

Reba Las Vegas! hits the Mary Winspear stage Dec. 14 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available at MaryWinspear.ca/event/reba-las-vegas.


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