Stevie Wonder will hold a free concert in Philadelphia on Friday in support of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.

The acclaimed singer-songwriter will hold what Clinton's campaign is calling a "get out the vote" performance at Coda, located at 1712 Walnut St.

Doors open at 7 p.m. The event is scheduled to run from 8 to 9 p.m., according to the campaign's website.

People interested in attending must sign-up online and will need to show their confirmation email at the concert.

Wonder's concert isn't the only big-name musical event for the Democratic presidential nominee taking place in Philadelphia this weekend.

On Saturday, Katy Perry will hold a free concert at the Mann Center for Clinton. The candidate herself is expected to appear at that event.