VP Harris was gifted tickets to one of the summer's hottest shows by the artist herself: Beyoncé

FILE - Vice President Kamala Harris speaks during a campaign event in Elkins Park, Pa., May 8, 2024. Harris on Monday, May 13, used a profanity while offering advice to young Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders about how to break down barriers at the the annual Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies Legislative Leadership Summit. The vice president made the comment while participating in a conversation moderated by actor and comedian Jimmy O. Yang. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File) (Matt Rourke, Copyright 2024 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)

WASHINGTON – Vice President Kamala Harris was gifted tickets to one of last summer's hottest concerts by the artist herself: Beyoncé. She also attended college football's HBCU Celebration Bowl, where her alma mater Howard University played Florida A&M, courtesy of ESPN, according to financial disclosure reports released Wednesday.

Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff went to the Renaissance World Tour concert at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, in August. She posted a picture of the two on Instagram. “Thanks for a fun date night, @Beyonce,” she wrote. The tickets were valued at $1,655.92, according to the disclosures. The December football game was played at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Florida A&M won and the tickets Harris received were valued at $1,890.

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Personal finance disclosures from the president and vice president are released annually. Neither reported any conflicts of interest.

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden together earned minimal income outside of what he makes as president and her teacher's salary — between zero and $64,300 in royalties from their books, retirement accounts and IRA distributions. They owe between $375,000 and $815,000 in mortgages and loans. But the Bidens also reported financial holdings of at least $1 million, including retirement plans.

Aside from the concert tickets, Harris and Emhoff reported income of $117,000 in royalties and returns on cash and retirement accounts. The two also sold and purchased stocks and have financial holdings of at least $2.89 million.

A lawyer for former President Donald Trump requested a 45-day extension on his financial disclosure “due to the complexities of his financial holdings,” according to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission. The agency granted the request and Trump’s report is now due by July 1. Trump filed an annual disclosure report last year.

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