Details of President Obama's Upstate New York tour are now out. After visiting Buffalo Thursday morning, he'll be in Syracuse at Henninger High School. The big question many people were wondering was how to go about getting tickets. Well, Monday evening, we got that answer. Our Iris St. Meran was at the location where tickets will be distributed Tuesday.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Tickets aren't available until noon on Tuesday, but these people plan to be camped out here for 12 hours or more.
Many people say what made them want to camp out is the rare opportunity to see the president in person.
We spoke with one woman who is a graduate of Henninger High School and says she wants to hear what President Obama has to say about state of education and particularly at her alma mater.
Many people were there with their children and want to share this moment with them.
If you're interested in attending the President's address at Henninger High School, here is the information: The tickets will be distributed on a first come, first served basis Tuesday at noon at Sunnycrest Ice Rink on Robinson Street. Tickets are free, but will be limited to one per person.
Obama is expected to speak around 6 p.m. Thursday. If you have a ticket, expect to go through airport-like security and the White House is advising people not to bring bags and limit personal items for security reasons. Doors at Henninger High School will open at 3 p.m.