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Michelle Obama to stop in Philadelphia on 6-city tour for new book 'The Light We Carry'

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PHILADELPHIA - Michelle Obama plans a six-city tour this fall in support of her new book, "The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times," beginning mid-November in Washington.

D.C. and ending a month later in Los Angeles."I’m looking forward to making some new connections — and of course, seeing some familiar faces from the last tour," the former first lady said in a joint statement Wednesday released through her publisher, Crown, and tour promoter Live Nation."This book means so much to me — it’s a collection of perspectives and practices I’ve used to keep me afloat amid uncertainty.

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 will open at the Warner Theatre in Washington on Nov.

15, the publication date for her book. She will then travel to Philadelphia's The Met, Atlanta's Fox Theatre, the Chicago Theatre and San Francisco's Masonic, before closing at the YouTube Theater in Los Angeles.The venues have seating capacities ranging roughly from 2,000-6,500.

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