[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/images/11/04/art.billgeorge.gi.jpg caption="Clinton and Bush are set to appear at Radio City Music Hall Wednesday."]
(Update 4 pm ET: A Clinton spokesman confirms to CNN the event has now been canceled. Full story)
(CNN) - Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are set to appear at Radio City Music Hall in February - though if history is any guide, the matchup is likely to produce few fireworks.
The famous New York City venue announced Wednesday the two former presidents will share the same stage February 25, nine months after the ex-presidents shared a similar stage in Toronto, Canada.
A ticket to what Radio City is calling "the hottest political ticket in history" will cost anywhere form $60 to $1,250. Though $1,250 may seem on steep side for the 90 minute event, a VIP ticket includes a pre-show reception with the two former presidents along with the evening's yet-to-be-announced moderator. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will also be served and each guest will have a chance to pose with the former commanders-in-chief.
The two were largely chummy during the last joint appearance at the Toronto event in May. At one point, former President Bush joked that his mother, Barbara Bush, told him Clinton "was like a son to her" because of all the time he was spending with Bush's father.
"So brother, it's good to see you," Bush said then.
During that event, at which tickets cost an eye-popping $2,500, Clinton also showered praise on the former president on a host of issues.
"What he did on the AIDS drugs and the diversity in the cabinet … he deserves a lot of credit," he said.
The New York event is likely to be a lucrative one for both former presidents - each usually charge well over $100,000 in appearance fees. But Radio City isn't officially disclosing how much the former president's are being compensated.
Matt McKenna, a spokesman for former President Clinton, made clear the New York event will not be a heated debate.
"Just a moderated conversation...no fireworks," he said.
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