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Tickets Onsale Tomorrow for Ira Glass' Live KCRW Benefit Show

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Last month KCRW announced an event that had many This American Life addicts abuzz. The show's beloved host, Ira Glass, will be appearing live onstage at Royce Hall for a night of two shows in March during which he'll talk about his career in radio, and give audiencce members a chance to put him on the spot and ask him the questions. During KCRW's recent Winter Pledge Drive pairs of tickets to this one-night only event were snapped up as premiums to subscribers as soon as they were offered on the air. If you weren't one of the lucky few tomorrow is the first chance for you and to buy tickets when they go on sale at 10 a.m. The tickets are only available for purchase online, and Glass is doing the show as a benefit for the Santa Monica-based station. Tickets are $32-$58 (plus fees); shows are at 7 and 10 p.m.

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