November 02, 2016
Legendary musician Stevie Wonder will perform in Philadelphia at a rally for Hillary Clinton supporters, the campaign announced Wednesday.
The Grammy Award-winning musician will perform Friday night at Coda Philadelphia -- located at 1712 Walnut Street in Center City -- four days before Election Day. Doors open at 7 p.m.
The event is part of the Clinton campaign's "Love Trumps Hate" concert series.
Tickets are available on the campaign's website on a first come, first serve basis. Anyone wishing to attend must RSVP here and show a confirmation email at the door.
Wonder will also urge Pennsylvanians to support Clinton by voting for her on Nov. 8.
With six days remaining until Election Day, both campaigns have scheduled multiple events in the area.
On Saturday, the campaign is hosting another get-out-the-vote performance that will feature pop singer Katy Perry. Clinton will also appear at that event.
Earlier this week, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke at a private event in King of Prussia before making a surprise visit at a nearby Wawa.
Melania Trump, the candidate's wife, is slated to give a speech at a rally in Chester County on Thursday.