Joe Biden, Kid from Scranton, Comes to Ann Arbor December 13th

. December 1, 2017.
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Former Vice President Joe Biden brings his American Promise Tour to The Michigan Theater. Biden will discuss big political moments of his career, life-altering choices, and key traits that have helped him persevere through challenges. He will share how the loss of his son Beau tested his resolve, and how he is finding new purpose in this present time of uncertainty. Each ticket includes a copy of Joe Biden’s forthcoming memoir, Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose (a $27 value, on sale now from Flatiron Books).

Joe Biden’s American Promise Tour
The Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty St., Ann Arbor. Wednesday, December 13, 7:30pm. Tickets at ticketmaster.com. More info at michigantheater.org.

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