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In Store Monday, April 24, 2023 6:00 PM ET

Madison Beer Photo-Op for THE HALF OF IT at B&N - Union Square


About this Event

**PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THESE GUIDELINES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO CHANGING COVID-19 REQUIREMENTS**

Join Barnes & Noble - Union Squareon Monday, April 24th at 6 PM ET, as we welcome singer-songwriter and global entertainer, Madison Beer, to celebrate her memoir THE HALF OF IT, which chronicles the past decade of her life spent in the spotlight—the ups, the downs, and the in-betweens that you won’t see on social media.

Photo credit: Matthew Priestly

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To make this event safe and enjoyable for all attendees, please read the below guidelines ahead of buying a ticket, so you know what to expect on the day. To avoid disappointment, we must stress that there will be no access to the event for non-ticketholders.

  • Barnes & Noble reserves the right to make new rules and orders in its sole discretion with regard to COVID-19 at any time and any person not abiding by the Barnes & Noble directives will be refused entrance or directed to leave the premises.

TICKETING INFORMATION

**A ticket includes

  • Photo Line Admission - $26.17 (Photo Line Admission + one PRE-SIGNED copy of THE HALF OF IT): **LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE**: A ticket PER PERSON includes:
  • Ticket holders will be admitted into the event space beginning at 5:30pm the day of the event. Please have a copy of your ticket available (either printed out or on your phone) for check in.
  • This is a photo-op event only. All copies of THE HALF OF ITwill be pre-signed. There will be no personalizations.
  • Masks are strongly recommended if you are not vaccinated.
  • Any gifts for Madison Beer will be collected prior to the signing line.
  • Due to health and safety and space limitations, those without a ticket will not be permitted into the event space.
  • Please arrive by 6 PM in order to secure your spot in the event space. Late arrivals may not have the opportunity to meet the author.

GUIDELINES

  • No memorabilia will be signed at the event.
  • No large bags will be permitted into the event.
  • In order to attend this event, ticket holders should:
    • Have not had any contact in the last 14 days with a confirmed COVID-19 patient.
    • Not be subject to a quarantine order.
    • Not traveled in the past 14 days to any state or country that New York has designated as an area requiring isolation upon returning to the state.
    • At the time of the event, have not experienced in the last 72 hours any body temperature above 100 degrees Fahrenheit or any new symptoms associated with COVID-19. People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19: fever or chills; cough; shortness of breath or difficulty breathing; fatigue; muscle or body aches; headache; new loss of taste or smell; sore throat; congestion or runny nose; nausea or vomiting; and/or diarrhea.
  • Due to health and safety and space limitations, those without a ticket will not be permitted into the event space.
  • All event guidelines are subject to change.
  • If you have any additional questions, please call the store directly at: 212-253-0810.

Please note that Eventbrite is the only authorized dealer for this event. Each person must have a ticket to enter.

REFUNDS

Attendees can receive refunds up to 1 day before your event start date.

If you are unable to attend the event, Barnes & Noble - Union Square will hold your book for seven days after the event. Please contact the store to arrange your pickup.

Should this event be canceled due to changing COVID-19 concerns, all customers will be refunded their ticket price to the original method of payment per Eventbrite's refund policy.

Event guidelines are subject to change.

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ABOUT THE HALF OF IT:

Discovered at twelve years old, Madison Beer was one of the first artists to have her entire life documented online. Over the past decade, she has navigated the spotlight as a child, through her teenage years, and now as a young woman in her twenties.

In The Half of It, Madison pulls back the curtain to show the behind-the-scenes of her journey, from reckoning with mass hate online and the time her private pictures were leaked, to battling suicidal thoughts while making her highly acclaimed debut album, Life Support, and her recovery since then. This memoir is an honest and unflinching account of self-love, mental health, and advocacy from one of the fastest-rising musical voices and most influential social media presences of her generation. It hammers home the point, more striking and urgent than ever, that no matter how close the internet may make us feel to people, we truly don’t know the half of it.

ABOUT MADISON BEER:

After going viral at just twelve years old, Madison Beer publicly navigated the transition from childhood star to global entertainer, undergoing a record-breaking run as an independent artist before signing with Epic Records and releasing her long-awaited debut album, Life Support, in 2021. Known for her vulnerability and authenticity both inside and outside of the music industry, Beer has built her platform on speaking openly about her experiences with being in the public eye at such a young age. Through sharing the highs and lows of her journey, Beer resonates deeply with an audience that looks to her as more of a friend than as an untouchable celebrity. Beer is now the master of her own creative domain, from inception to realization, including writing and producing her own music to conceptualizing and directing her music videos. In addition to her art, Beer also provides her work as a mental health advocate and philanthropist, with hopes of returning to school to study psychology. She currently resides in Los Angeles.

Event Location
Union Square
33 East 17th Street
New York, NY 10003
(212) 253-0810
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