Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Coming To Kings Theatre, Oct. 1

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FLATBUSH – Kings Theatre announced on Tuesday that Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton will visit the historic venue next month to promote their upcoming book.

Via Kings Theatre

The mother-daughter team have penned The Book Of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience (coming October 1), and will make a stop at Kings to discuss the work. In this first book that they have written together, the two share stories about women who inspire them and “who have had the courage to stand up to the status quo, ask hard questions, and get the job done.”

Some of the diverse “Gutsy Women” highlighted in the book include 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg; civil rights activist Dorothy Height; LGBT rights activist Edie Windsor; swimmer Diana Nyad; historian Mary Beard; abolitionist Harriet Tubman; Nobel Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai; authors Rachel Carson and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie; and more.

Join the first woman U.S. presidential nominee, 67th Secretary of State, and former First Lady and her advocate daughter as they celebrate their bold and accomplished peers.

Tickets for Hillary and Chelsea Clinton: The Gutsy Women Tour at Kings Theatre go on sale Thursday, September 12 at 10am. Tickets include a copy of the book. Click here for tickets.

The Clintons join two other iconic women coming to Brooklyn. Oprah Winfrey announced last week that she will bring her wellness tour to Barclays Center in February 2020, and Madonna kicks off a series of shows at the Brooklyn Academy of Music next week.

Hillary and Chelsea Clinton: The Gutsy Women Tour
Tuesday, October 1 at 8pm
Kings Theatre, 1027 Flatbush Avenue, Flatbush

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  1. @Sara: I don’t think so – in fact, just one day after tickets went on sale, $45 tickets are already sold out (how I know: clicked on the Ticketmaster link). $55 and $65 are still available, but not in the center section… Unfortunately, the ticket agent is Ticketmaster – with their outrageous fees – and I swore that I’ll never buy another ticket sold by Ticketmaster.

  2. This is so offensive. How dare they make money off of these women’s stories, claiming inspiration all the while perpetuating policies that were the case of their struggle and undermine so much of what each of those women has accomplished. And the cover – OMG, Simon & Schuster – for shame. This event should be boycotted!

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