• Night one of the 2020 Republican National Convention takes places from Charlotte, North Carolina, and will run from 8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Between 17 and 20 speakers are scheduled to appear during the four night event
  • President Trump is set to speak during all four nights and will formally accept the Republican nomination later in the week

The 2020 Republican National Convention begins Monday, marking the start of a four-day online event formally kicking off President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign from Charlotte, North Carolina. Night one, dubbed “Land of Promise,” will open the 2020 RNC to celebrate the last four years of the Trump administration.

“Today, we celebrate the re-nomination of an American President who will be remembered in history as the one who kept his promises and paved a way forward even in the most challenging of times,” 2020 RNC president and CEO Marcia Lee Kelly said in a press release. “The land of promise remains the United States of America, and with President Trump leading her people, we always will be.”

Monday’s edition of the 2020 RNC will run from 8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. and, like the 2020 Democratic National Convention, will be carried by most major networks like NBC or Fox and their respective online news arms. Cable outlets like PBS will also provide extensive coverage during night one’s duration.

It will be available to livestream online via YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Twitch. Amazon Prime Video will be livestreaming the 2020 RNC on a dedicated page, as well, with additional coverage available for Amazon Prime users.

While Trump is set to formally accept the Republican Party’s nomination on Thursday, he is set to close out all four nights of the 2020 RNC. All four nights are also set to be busy nights, with 17 to 20 different speakers scheduled to appear every night.

Monday’s lineup of speakers is:

  • Donald Trump Jr.
  • Sen. Tim Scott, South Carolina
  • House Republican Whip Steve Scalise
  • Rep. Matt Gaetz, Florida
  • Rep. Jim Jordan, Ohio
  • Nikki Haley
  • Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel
  • Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones
  • Amy Johnson Ford
  • Kimberly Guilfoyle
  • Natalie Harp
  • Charlie Kirk
  • Kim Klacik
  • Mark and Patricia McCloskey
  • Sean Parnell
  • Andrew Pollack
  • Tanya Weinreis
2008 Republican National Convention
Balloon drop at the 2008 Republican National Convention. President Trump has threatened to move this year's conclave if the governor cannot guarantee the party will be able to use the entire Spectrum Center. GPA Photo Archive/Flickr