Book events have stayed largely virtual as movie theaters and concert halls have started reopening.
Special guests, to be declared, together with be joining her at every stop.
"Given the hard period we have been through, I am so eager to be outside on earth, developing a feeling of community and a place where we could get together for meaningful discussions, and have a fun, too," Couric said in announcement.
"It is really an honour to use all the iconic Katie Couric and present to live audiences throughout the nation," Live Nation Women President and Chief Strategy Officer Ali Harnell stated in a statement. "She's always provided a lot of inspiration to people everywhere, especially girls."
While Obama appeared in the Forum in Los Angeles and other places with seating capacities of 10,000 or more, Couric's tour is much more consistent with Hillary Clinton's occasions for her 2017 publication"What Happened" or David Sedaris' planned stops this autumn to"A Carnival of Snackeries: Diaries: Volume 2." The Orpheum in Boston, the Beacon in New York along with other stops have abilities of 2,000-3,000.
Publishers thus much have hesitated to announce plans for future excursions, though some in-house looks are occurring. Jennifer Weiner is scheduled to see next month in Browseabout Books at Rehoboth, Delaware, also in other shops to advertise her new book"That Summer" T.J. Newman, author of the introduction"Thriller," will be studying in July in the Changing Hands Bookstore at Phoenix, Arizona, in which she had been operate, and in the Mysterious Bookshop in Manhattan.