Well, this is one way to promote everything you have going on! Country music super fans have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to tackle a Reba McEntire-themed corn maze. It is all in celebration of a few big projects the star has coming out soon.

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The corn maze campaign was announced earlier this month, with forty corn mazes coming to twenty-four states across the country. Reba, of course, will be the newest judge on The Voice when the new season premieres later this month.

As if that wasn't enough, she's also releasing a lifestyle book and a special edition of one of her earlier albums. She definitely gets points for creativity.

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So where can you catch the Reba corn mazes in Minnesota? You have two different options! (By the way, there are no Reba corn mazes coming to Wisconsin but you have two options across state lines.)

Reba Corn Maze Option One

The first of the two Reba mazes can be found in Hastings, Minnesota. Hastings is a few hours from the Duluth area. There will be a Reba corn maze at Afton Apple Orchard, located at 14421 90th Street South.

The corn maze opens on Sunday, September 24th. Hours and days vary so be sure to check their website prior to planning your visit so you don't miss out. There corn maze is all about country music.

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Reba Corn Maze Option Two

Option number two really takes the whole Reba theme to a new level, as you can see below. This one can be found at A and G Corn Maze in St. Joseph, Minnesota. St. Joseph is located at 10448 345th Street, about three hours from Minnesota.

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At the time of writing, they do not have their 2023 hours on their website. If you are planning a visit, reach out to them directly or bookmark their website for when they do! Their maze looks elaborate and would make the country icon proud.

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This is pretty cool and a fun way to market new projects. It's just a bummer that when you are walking the corn maze, you won't know which part of Reba's face you are on. Ha! She really has done it all.

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