Hillary and Bill Clinton to start a 13-city speaking tour to talk about the 2016 election loss to Trump

Live NationHillary and Bill Clinton on the cover of their 2018 tour poster organised by Live Nation.
  • Hillary and Bill Clinton are planning to discuss the 2016 election in a series of tour dates starting in November.
  • The “Evening with the Clintons” tour is scheduled to visit 13 US and Canadian cities.
  • Tickets were listed as costing $US59.50 to $US745.50 on Ticketmaster on Tuesday.
  • The promoter Live Nation said ticket holders would see the pair “sharing stories and inspiring anecdotes,” “discussing issues of the day,” and “looking towards the future.”

Two years after Hillary Clinton lost the US presidential election, she and Bill Clinton are embarking on a tour of 13 North American cities to talk about that loss and other issues.

A press release from the tour organiser Live Nation says ticket holders to the “Evening with the Clintons” tour will also see the pair “sharing stories and inspiring anecdotes,” “discussing issues of the day,” and “looking towards the future.”

Tickets to see the former president and the former secretary of state are listed as costing $US59.50 to $US745.50 on Ticketmaster’s website.

The tour is scheduled to start November 18 at the 5,200-seat Park Theatre at the new Park MGM resort in Las Vegas before making its way to other cities in the US and Canada.

Clinton won Nevada in 2016 with 47.92% of the popular vote.

The tour is scheduled to make stops across the US, from New York to Washington state, and in Vancouver, Montreal, and Vancouver in Canada.

The full title of the show is “An Evening with President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.”

Tickets are scheduled to go on sale to the general public starting Friday at 10 a.m. ET.

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