Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s book tour includes a stop in Denver

The 10-city tour to promote her new memoir includes a stop at the Pepsi Center. 

Michelle Obama delivers remarks at Mulberry School for Girls in London. (Amanda Lucidon/White House)

Michelle Obama delivers remarks at Mulberry School for Girls in London. (Amanda Lucidon/White House)

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Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s 10-city tour to promote her new memoir “Becoming Michelle Obama” includes a December stop at Denver’s Pepsi Center.

The book’s website shows she’s scheduled to be there on Thursday, Dec. 13. The events are billed as an “intimate conversation” with the nation’s first Africa-American first lady. The tour starts in Chicago on Nov. 13.

“I can’t wait to share it with the world,” Obama said in a video posted on Twitter. “Over this time that I’ve been out of the White House, I’ve had time to think and reflect for the first time in a long time.”

According to the book’s website, the book chronicles her experiences starting with her childhood in Chicago’s South Side through her time at the White House, where she served in her role alongside President Barack Obama.

The book will be released Nov. 13 and is available for preorder now.

Tickets for December’s stop are available through Ticketmaster. You need to register with Ticketmaster to get access to a presale starting Thursday, Sept. 20, and you’ll need to register before Sept. 18 to get that access. The tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, Sept. 21. The website does not list ticket prices.