Hillary and Bill Are Taking Their Show on the Road

Hillary and Bill Are Taking Their Show on the Road

The tour will begin in Las Vegas on November 18 and move onto several cities in Canada as well as stops in Texas, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Washington, California, and others.

The Bill-and-Hill show (officially "An Evening With President Bill Clinton and Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton") promises "joint onstage conversations with the two leaders sharing stories and inspiring anecdotes that shaped their historic careers in public service, while also discussing issues of the day and looking toward the future".

The tour will provide the Democratic stalwarts with a notable platform weeks after the consequential 2018 midterm elections and deep into 2019, when a number of Democrats will be jockeying for positions in the fight to be the party's standard bearer against President Donald Trump in 2020. The two will also travel outside of the United States, to Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.

Tickets to their Boston event at the city's opera house top $745.50 and tickets go for up to $750 at the Toyota Oakdale Theater in Wallingford. The tour wraps May 4 at the Forum in Inglewood, California, where Drake and Migos will perform four shows next week, while others set to perform at the 17,505-seat venue include Elton John and Fleetwood Mac. The least expensive tickets for the first event in Las Vegas were going for about $72 on Ticketmaster.

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Not unlike Michelle Obama's tour, the Clintons' latest venture may meet with some balking from would-be eventgoers based on the ticket prices.

Another former first lady, Michelle Obama, will also be on a paid arena tour at the same time as the Clintons.

The former president and Secretary of State "provide a unique perspective on the past", Live Nation says, "and remarkable insight into where we go from here".

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