Date(s) - Mon. Oct. 29, 2018
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Your ticket to the Sisters First Tour includes access to the talk and a paperback copy of Jenna and Barbara’s #1 New York Times bestselling memoir, SISTERS FIRST (a $17 value), that includes an all-new chapter from the Sisters.
Grab your sister (or a friend who is just like one!) for a special event with former first daughters Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Pierce Bush during their Sisters First Tour. Settle in for an evening of personal stories and universal revelations during this celebration of sisterhood and all of the complicated, messy, hilarious, life-defining moments that accompany it.
For the first time, Jenna and Barbara will take readers on a revealing, funny, and thoughtful tour behind the scenes of their lives. They’ll share never-before-told stories about their family, their adventures, their loves and losses, and the special sisterly bond that ties them together.
Your ticket to the Sisters First Tour includes access to the talk and an autographed copy of Jenna and Barbara’s highly-anticipated book of personal essays, SISTERS FIRST (a $28 value).
Tickets $55, on sale Friday 9/28 at noon, at http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/01005538858D2C40. Advance in-person tickets available at The Wilbur’s box office.
Jenna Bush Hager
Jenna Bush Hager is a correspondent on NBC’s Today Show and an editor-at-large for Southern Living magazine. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller Ana’s Story: A Journey of Hope, written after she served as an intern with UNICEF in Latin America. She also co-authored the children’s books Our Great Big Backyard and Read All About It! with her mother. She lives with her husband and two daughters in New York.
Barbara Pierce Bush
Barbara Pierce Bush is the CEO and co-founder of Global Health Corps, an organization that mobilizes a global community of young leaders to build the movement for health equity. GHC has mobilized almost one thousand young leaders who believe health is a human right and who take an innovative approach to solving some of the world’s biggest global health challenges. Previously, Barbara worked at the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, and Red Cross Children’s Hospital in South Africa, and interned with UNICEF in Botswana.