McEntire, Clarkson conclude tour with - what else - another sellout
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McEntire, Clarkson conclude tour with - what else - another sellout

Wednesday, February 20, 2008 – Reba McEntire and Kelly Clarkson concluded their 2 WORLDS 2 VOICES TOUR in Kansas City on Saturday night with yet another sellout.

Since kicking off in Dayton, Ohio on Jan. 17, the tour played to 15 sold out crowds totaling more than 125,000 people, before ending in front of 13,000 people at the new Sprint Center in Kansas City.

Both acts stayed on stage for the entire concert - trading off lead and background vocals throughout the show. Their bands were combined to create one band for the five-week event.

McEntire now embarks on her own US tour, while Clarkson takes her solo show to Australia and Europe.

There has been some talk that the tour would resurface if proven successful.

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