Hillary Clinton to explain 'What Happened' at Philly tour stop this fall

Hillary Clinton will be back in Philadelphia in November as part of an eight-city tour promoting her forthcoming memoir, What Happened.

Clinton will speak at the Academy of Music on  Nov. 30 to discuss the book, which hits shelves Sept. 12.

So what will Clinton do on stage? She’ll “take audiences with her on a first-person journey” through the 2016 election, as well as speak on what her next step will be.

Tickets for the Philadelphia date go on sale Sept. 18 through the book tour’s official website. Presale tickets will be available starting Sept. 6 for those with private presale codes. To receive a code, users must register at the book tour’s site through Sept. 4.

This is the latest Philly event for Clinton, who appeared in town several times during last year’s presidential race.  One such campaign rally  in November featured appearances by Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, and the Obamas.

This is one of many high-profile author visits coming in the fall. A conversation with Edward Snowden, for instance, kicks off the Free Library of Philadelphia’s author events on Sept. 11. On the other end of the political spectrum, Tucker Carlson will talk about his book The Last Liberal on Nov. 17 at the Central Library on Vine Street.