U.S. musician Bruce Springsteen (left) performs with guitarist Nils Lofgren on his "The River Tour 2016" at the Letzigrund stadium in Zurich, Switzerland, July 31, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi will join Hillary Clinton at the Republican presidential nominee's final rally in Philadelphia's Independence Hall Monday. Barack Obama, Michele Obama, Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton will also be present at the rally on the night before Election Day.

Springsteen, who staged a pre-Election Day 2012 concert with Jay Z in support of Barack Obama, has been a vocal supporter of Hillary Clinton. He has also expressed opposition to a Donald Trump presidency.

"The republic is under siege by a moron, basically. The whole thing is tragic," Springsteen told Rolling Stone in September, talking about the Republican candidate. "Without overstating it, it's a tragedy for our democracy. When you start talking about elections being rigged, you're pushing people beyond democratic governance. And it's a very, very dangerous thing to do. Once you let those genies out of the bottle, they don't go back in so easy, if they go back in at all."

"The ideas he's moving to the mainstream are all very dangerous ideas – white nationalism and the alt-right movement. The outrageous things that he's done – not immediately disavowing David Duke? These are things that are obviously beyond the pale for any previous political candidate. It would sink your candidacy immediately," Springsteen added.

The Democratic presidential candidate will deliver her last speech before Americans head out to choose their new president on Tuesday. Barack Obama is also expected to talk about Donald Trump's "dangerous vision."

According to the official website of the Clinton campaign, the doors will open at 4 p.m. and the event entrance will be at the corner of 4th and Chestnut St. The event begins at 7:30 p.m.

"With Independence Hall as the backdrop, Clinton will urge Pennsylvanians to make history on Tuesday by electing her president so she can continue pushing for the American ideals of progress, inclusion, equality and strength that our founders enshrined in our Constitution there in 1787," states a message on Clinton's website.

You can watch the live stream here.