We’ll keep this weird and wonderful news short and sweet: Michelle Obama is coming to the Miller High Life Theater on Thursday, March 14 for an “intimate conversation” about her book, Becoming. The just-announced moderator for the event? Conan O’Brien. Tickets are available here.

Here’s the press release!

LOS ANGELES (Mar 6, 2019) – Today, Live Nation, and Crown Publishing, a part of Penguin Random House, announced all remaining moderators for the final tour dates of Becoming: An Intimate Conversation with Michelle Obama. Produced by Live Nation, the tour continues next Wednesday, March 13, in St. Paul, MN, with Michele Norris joining as moderator. Before the highly successful tour wraps, Mrs. Obama will bring out an incredible array of moderators to join her on the final dates of her journey, including comedian and television show host Conan O’Brien, chef and television personality Carla Hall, former Let’s Move! executive director Sam Kass, broadcaster Robin Roberts, late-night host Jimmy Kimmel, television host Rachael Ray, comedian Phoebe Robinson, actress and comedian Jessica Williams, late-night host Stephen Colbert, journalist Isha Sesay, former senior adviser to President Barack Obama Valerie Jarrett, and television personality Gayle King.

This 2019 extension of the tour will conclude with 15 events in the United States and Canada and 6 dates in Europe. The final event will take place on May 12 in Nashville, TN, at the historic Ryman Auditorium concluding the Becoming book tour. Tickets and a limited number of VIP meet and greet packages with the former First Lady are on sale now at BecomingMichelleObama.com.

In keeping with her commitment to make her events accessible to as many people as possible, Mrs. Obama and Live Nation will donate a portion of ticket inventory in each market to various organizations, including, but not limited to, charities, schools, book clubs, and community groups in each city the tour visits. Those fans will receive free admission to the tour stop in their city.

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