The tour will conclude in Denver on March 7. She will also make stops in Los Angeles; San Francisco; Atlanta; Dallas; Charlotte, North Carolina; Brooklyn, New York; and St. Paul, Minnesota. It's her first national tour in five years. She has been to Canada and Australia more recently.
Along with high-profile guests, Winfrey said she wants to empower audiences to tap into their potential. The names of her guests will be released at a later date. "What I know for sure is we can all come together to support a stronger, healthier, more abundant life — focused on what makes us feel energized, connected and empowered," Winfrey said in a statement. "As I travel the country, my hope for this experience is to motivate others to let 2020 be the year of transformation and triumph — beginning first and foremost with what makes us well. This is the year to move forward, let's make it happen in 2020."
Winfrey has held other successful speaking tours, including "Oprah's The Life You Want Weekend" in 2014. "Oprah's Lifeclass" was a show. During her upcoming tour, Winfrey will talk about her wellness journey with attendees and help develop their 2020 action plan. She will also share the latest in wellness research and interactive workbook exercises.
Each tour stop will feature Winfrey in a one-on-one interview with a celebrity guest. "This is an extraordinary opportunity for (WW) to do what we do best: bring communities of people together with a shared goal of health and wellness," said Mindy Grossman, president and CEO of WW.
Over $1 million from tour proceeds will benefit WW Good, a philanthropic area of the organization to help bring fresh and healthy food to underserved communities.
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