Donald Trump was expected to take the stage Saturday afternoon to deliver a rally speech to the people of Mobile, Alabama.

The president-elect has scheduled the rally at 3 p.m. CST (venue opens at 11 am) at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile. Trump and his team announced they would be participating in the rally as part of the administration’s “USA Thank You Tour 2016.” Trump’s most recent rally for the thank you tour took place in Orlando, Florida, at the Central Florida Fairgrounds on Friday.

Trump’s “Thank You” tour was meant to be an effort to visit the swing states and other places he said had helped him win the presidency. Alabama is surely not a swing state, as Trump won the red state by about 62 percent.

The last time Trump made an appearance in Mobile was while campaigning in 2015 to a crowd of around 20,000 people at the same stadium, according to WKRG.

Trump’s Mobile thank you rally came just two days before the Electoral College was expected to meet to cast their votes on Monday. Vice President Joe Biden and the president of the Senate will oversee the process and announce the results. Dec. 28 is when all votes must be received by the president of the Senate, as well as the Archivist. Biden was expected to announce the results Jan. 6, ahead of the inauguration.

Since his campaigning came to an end and he began to make his way through his post-election thank you tour, Trump has congratulated audiences for their support and has openly boasted of his victory against Hillary Clinton.

In a recent thank you rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania, Trump addressed the crowd and remarked upon how calm they appeared in the wake of his win. “It’s great, it’s beautiful,” he had said, according to the Wall Street Journal. “…you’ve won and you feel great about it and you don’t have to go totally wild, right? It’s much different.”

To watch a live stream of the event, click here or watch an embedded feed below.