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Bill and Hillary Clinton plan special joint appearance at new Texas entertainment center

Bill and Hillary Clinton plan special joint appearance in Texas

Bill and Hillary Clinton
Bill and Hillary Clinton are coming to Dallas-Fort Worth in a rare public appearance. Hillary Clinton/Facebook

In a rare and as yet singular event, former Secretary of State and Senator Hillary Clinton will make a joint appearance with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, at the newly opened The Pavilion at the Music Factory in Irving.

Scheduled for Friday, November 17, the event is titled, "A Special Evening with President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Clinton." So far, there is scant information about it, but it seems sure to sell out, with only 4,000 seats available in the venue's indoor theater where it's being held. There are no other similar events of its kind on either of their schedules.

But the Clintons seem likely to focus on their ongoing work with their eponymous foundation, and the initial release indicates that there will be a question=and-answer portion to the event. Whether they will discuss the 2016 election or Donald Trump's presidency is unclear.

Although an appearance like this is uncommon, the Clintons have not been recluses since the election. They've been seen multiple times at Broadway shows in New York City, typically greeted with a warm reception, as was the case at a recent production of Oslo. Hillary has also been active on the speech circuit, including an appearance in Houston in April for a fundraiser for Annie's List, which drew a sellout crowd of 2,500 and raised $1 million to elected women candidates to office in Texas.

Tickets for the special event go on sale on Friday, August 18, through Ticketmaster. Tickets will start at $99.50 plus a fee, the Dallas Morning News reported.