After a raucous first debate on Tuesday, Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are set to square off two more times in October.

But first, the vice presidential debate between Republican Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 7 at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, with the event hosted by USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page.

On Oct. 15, Trump and Biden will take the stage again for a town hall event in Miami. This debate will take place at Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts and will be moderated by C-SPAN host Steve Scully.

On Oct. 22, Trump and Biden will participate in the final debate in Nashville, Tennessee. The final meeting will be moderated by NBC News correspondent Kristen Welker and will take place at Belmont University.

The Commission on Presidential Debates said it will add “additional structure” to the remaining events between Trump and Biden, to ensure a “more orderly discussion.” Biden called Trump’s behavior during the first debate “a national embarrassment” while Trump thought “it was a great evening.”

CBS News reported that the commission may allow future moderators to cut candidates’ microphones if they violate the rules of the debate. Fox News host Chris Wallace, the moderator of Tuesday’s event, called the debate “a terrible missed opportunity.”

“I’m just sad with the way last night turned out,” Wallace told the New York Times. “I never dreamt that it would go off the tracks the way it did.”