Famed conservative speaker Candace Owens is coming to North Dakota.  She is a best-selling author, political and cultural commentator, businesswoman, and the co-founder and President of the charitable organization BLEXIT Foundation, which is dedicated to conservative principles in urban minority communities across the United States.

Candace will be speaking right here in Bismarck on Thursday, September 15th at 7 pm.  Tickets are on sale right now at the Bismarck Event Center Box Office.  Tickets range from $20 to $50 dollars.

Candace Owens has a book that is making some noise and causing a stir.  It's called "Blackout: How Black America can make its second escape from the Democrat Plantation"".  It's a best-selling book and was released back in 2020.  It achieved bestseller status in its very first week released and went on to sell hundreds of thousands of copies worldwide, according to a press release from the Bismarck Event Center.

She has hosted a couple of late-night political and cultural shows including Daily Wire and The Candace Owens Show.  She also has a weekly deep dive podcast that deals with a variety of topics that including political and cultural issues.

Candace Owens also has a strong presence on social media with over 11 million followers.

When attending the show you are asked to enter through doors labeled A1 at the Bismarck Event Center.  Box office hours are 11 am to 2 pm Monday through Friday.  The box office is closed on weekends.  The phone number to the Bismarck Event Center Box Office is 701-355-1384.  You can purchase tickets over the phone by calling 800-514-3849.


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