Donald Trump will be campaigning in Michigan on Monday for the first time since accepting the Republican presidential nomination.
He'll address the Detroit Economic Club during a luncheon at the Cobo Center.
The event was originally planned for the Renaissance Center, but was moved to accommodate security protocols.
The event is sold out, with nearly 15 hundred people expected to attend.
Protesters are planning to greet him with a "human wall" around the Cobo Center when he arrives. They've put together a Facebook page to rally support.
The last time Donald Trump visited Michigan was back in December, when he campaigned in the Grand Rapids area.
On Wednesday, Hillary Clinton is expected to make a campaign stop in Birmingham.