Get ready for some fireworks! The historic 2016 Democratic National Convention comes to a close on July 28, and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will speak to voters everywhere. Chelsea Clinton will also speak and Katy Perry will perform! Don’t miss a second – click to watch.
When the DNC kicks off its fourth and final night on July 28, the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania will be packed to the brim with some of the biggest names in the political and entertainment world.
It all ends when Hillary Clinton, 68, makes history, giving her first speech since becoming the first female presidential candidate of a major American political party. The action kicks off at 4:00 P.M. EST so be ready to see this important event.
Voters can watch the Democratic National Convention for free via the DNC’s official Live Stream. This is definitely not something to miss. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION LIVE STREAM.
After Star Swain performs the National Anthem, the DNC will become a parade of powerful women, all throwing their support behind Hillary. Reps. Nancy Pelosi, 76, Gwen Moore, 65, Joyce Beatty, 65, and more will speak, standing with Hillary as she begins her battle with the Republican candidate, Donald Trump, 70.
There will be some epic performances during this political finale. Following Demi Lovato, 23, Paul Simon, 74, Alicia Keys, 35, and the stars of Broadway, the last night of the DNC will break out the firepower, as “Fireworks” singer, Katy Perry, 31, will take to the stage. Music icon Carole King, 74, will also perform, as will Prince’s famous protégés, Sheila E + Family.
The main event of the night will be a Clinton double-header, as Chelsea Clinton, will introduce her mother. After a week of amazing speeches by First Lady Michelle Obama, 52, vice president candidate Tim Kaine, 58, former president Bill Clinton, 69, and current President Barack Obama, 54, Hillary will energize her supporters as they begin the race for the White House!
Are you excited to see Hillary speak, HollywoodLifers? Are you excited for this historical presidential election? Who do you think is going to win in November?