Oprah Winfrey is once again making Charlotte headlines. On Wednesday, she announced her first national arena tour in five years, “Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus.” She will visit nine cities, including a stop in Charlotte on Jan. 18, 2020 at the Spectrum Center.
That’s good news for those who won’t be in the room for her sold-out appearance at the United Negro College Fund‘s Maya Angelou Women Who Lead Luncheon on Sept. 28.
The tour is presented by Weight Watchers Reimagined. Winfrey will bring along high-profile guests and celebrity friends to encourage crowds “to make 2020 the year of renewal and celebrate all we are meant to be.” In other words, be prepared to take a hard look at habits impacting your physical, mental and emotional self.
Tickets go on sale Friday, Sept. 13, at Ticketmaster, so start getting your coins together.
“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!”
For more information, visit ww.com/oprah.
Katrina Louis is managing editor of qcitymetro.com who can always find something to do in Charlotte. She’s an offline hustler (and has the shirt to prove it) but when online, find her on Instagram and Twitter.