Katie Couric is going on a book tour for her new memoir, but she won’t be doing it alone.

The famed journalist revealed the slate of guests who will appear with her on tour for Going There, People magazine reports.

Tan France, the fashion designer and Queer Eye star, will accompany Couric at her first stop on the tour in Boston on Oct. 28. The next day in New York, Couric will be joined by Melissa Villaseñor and Chloe Fineman of Saturday Night Live.

Journalist Kara Swisher will join Couric in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 30, with Today show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie accompanying Couric at a Nov. 1 stop in Philadelphia.

Hip-hop star Chance the Rapper will appear with Couric in Chicago on Nov. 6, and celebrity chef Ina Garten will join Couric in Atlanta on Nov. 8. Couric’s final guests include actor Jennifer Garner in Los Angeles on Nov. 12, entertainer Leslie Jordan in San Francisco on Nov. 13, and country singer Brad Paisley and actor Kimberly Williams-Paisley in Nashville on Nov. 15.

Couric’s memoir is slated for publication by Little, Brown on Oct. 26.

Michael Schaub is a Texas-based journalist and regular contributor to NPR.