Tickets for the Monday, April 3 Cooper Union event focusing on the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement are sold out.
But there is a waiting list, say organizers.
As such, hopeful attendees can still register as spots become available. Successful applicants will be notified if they receive a ticket.
The main speakers at Cooper Union, in Manhattan's East Village, are Gerry Adams and Bill Clinton.
Meanwhile, There are still limited tickets left for the April 4th Martin McGuinness Peace Foundation dinner at Rosie O'Grady's, also in Manhattan.
In addition to Gerry Adams, Congressman Richard Neal is now listed as a speaker for the dinner. For tickets call Amanda at (631)777-6928, or email her at email@example.com.
With regard to the Cooper Union event, Covid policy will be strictly enforced. All guests without exception, including dignitaries, must come with proof of a Covid vaccine or a negative Covid test result taken within three days of the event (for PCR Tests) or a rapid test taken that day.
The links for tickets to both events are: https://mmpfnyc.org/events