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Michelle Obama set to appear in 6 cities on book tour

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Former First Lady Michelle Obama speaks during the ceremony for the official groundbreaking of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago's Jackson Park on Sept. 28, 2021.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama speaks during the ceremony for the official groundbreaking of the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago's Jackson Park on Sept. 28, 2021. At left is Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker. (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Michelle Obama is set to embark on a six-city tour this fall behind her upcoming new book, “The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times.”

The full itinerary is listed below.

Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. local time Sept. 30, ticketmaster.com. Fans can also try for tickets for ducats through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan presale platform, which is available at https://verifiedfan.ticketmaster.com/michelleobama through Monday.

The former first lady will be supporting her highly anticipated new book, “The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times.” This book — which follows her No. 1 bestselling memoir “Becoming” — is due out Nov. 15. In a statement, Obama described “Light We Carry” as “a collection of perspectives and practices I’ve used to keep me afloat amid uncertainty.”

For more information, visit www.michelleobamabooks.com.

“I am so excited to share that I will be heading across the country soon to talk with you all about my new book, ‘The Light We Carry,'” Obama said in a statement. “I’m looking forward to making some new connections — and of course, seeing some familiar faces from the last tour. On this tour, I’ll be sharing some personal stories and lessons that have helped me along my path, and I can’t wait to tell you more.”

Obama’s tour stops include Nov. 15 at Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., Nov. 18 at The Met in Philadelphia; Dec. 3 at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta; Dec. 5 at Chicago Theatre in Chicago; Dec. 10 at The Masonic in San Francisco; and Dec. 13 at YouTube Theater in Los Angeles.

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