Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will be hosting a rally in Los Angeles on Sunday (Mar. 1), and Public Enemy is set to perform.
Comedian Sarah Silverman and beloved actor Dick Van Dyke will also take part in the event.
Sanders already hosted The Strokes at a rally in New Hampshire, and adding Public Enemy, Silverman, and Van Dyke plants cultural flags in every decade back to the 1960s.
Public Enemy’s performance comes as no surprise, as in their decades-long career, the group has often focused on political commentary and African American issues in their music.