Sleeping Beauties Tour

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Hill lover35

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Who all got their tickets for the NY event? Anyone know the official seating capacity for this event? There was a lady that worked for the church posting under the ticket sales that the capacity was 750. Was wondering if this is correct.
Try contact books are magic. I will see what I can find from no out on their faeebook group. For the record this is Emma strub book store, so that is really cool, and the couch is from Peter strub so double awsome
 

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#25
Who all got their tickets for the NY event? Anyone know the official seating capacity for this event? There was a lady that worked for the church posting under the ticket sales that the capacity was 750. Was wondering if this is correct.
I've sent them an email as seating capacity will not reflect the number of tickets that will be eligible for the signed books which is what I think your question really is about. A number of seats are always reserved for guests but those would not be included for the signed books given out.
 

Machine's Way

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I've sent them an email as seating capacity will not reflect the number of tickets that will be eligible for the signed books which is what I think your question really is about. A number of seats are always reserved for guests but those would not be included for the signed books given out.
Thank you, you are correct. I was wondering about the probability of getting the signed book. And also of course looking forward to the event. And this one being with Owen should be extra special.
 

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Thank you, you are correct. I was wondering about the probability of getting the signed book. And also of course looking forward to the event. And this one being with Owen should be extra special.
I am also honestly surprised that the NY date has not sold out yet.
There will be 700 seats available for the general public. As of about an hour ago there were only 15 seats left so it may be sold out by now.
 

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There will be 700 seats available for the general public. As of about an hour ago there were only 15 seats left so it may be sold out by now.
Awesome, thanks for that news. I got my four tickets already. Those odds are not bad for getting a signed book either, more people will leave with one than not.
 

Machine's Way

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I believe NYC is now sold out. And yeah, I got my two tickets! Can't wait. That's going to be a great way to start my trip. First stop on the tour, publication day, decent odds for a signed book, and food. Lots of food.
Yeah Its definitely sold out. I guess they just haven't updated it yet.
 
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