Brooks & Dunn and Reba McEntire's Las Vegas residency will continue for a sixth straight year. The Country Music Hall of Famers just announced 24 new Together in Vegas shows for 2020, stretching from early April to early December.

Once again the duo and female solo artist will return to the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where they first started in June 2015. Each year they've added more shows for the following year, and they show no signs of quitting soon. If anything, the residency promises to lead to a full-blown tour, but there are no official plans of such a thing happening, only rumors.

In 2019 Brooks & Dunn did tour for the first time since splitting up in 2010. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn continue to say they don't know what the future will hold, only that everything that's come to them over the last five years has come organically.

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The new Together in Vegas dates are April 8-18, June 10-20, Oct. 7-17 and Dec. 2-12. All tickets go on sale on Friday Dec. 6 through Ticketmaster. Brooks & Dunn and McEntire have eight remaining shows scheduled for 2019, as well, taking them through Dec. 14.

The show's website calls their show the longest-running country music residency in Las Vegas — a town that has recently become a part-time home to several country legends. Garth Brooks started the trend in 2009 with his acoustic shows at the Wynn. Florida Georgia Line, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Rascal Flatts and Shania Twain are a few other country stars who've set up shop for a period of weeks, months or years. In fact, Twain begins her second residency this month. The Let's Go! show at Zappo's Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort begins five years after the conclusion of her two-year run at the Colosseum from 2012-2014.

Additionally, McEntire recently announced 12 headlining tour stops for next spring. She'll bring ToC RISERS rising star Caylee Hammack on the road with her to open.

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