President Donald Trump is holding a campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on Monday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. Eastern, but the line was already forming outside the Crown Expo Center—48 hours early.

Erin Perrine, deputy director of communications for Trump 2020, shared the news on her twitter.

President Trump is also expecting a “big rally” and will be  joined by the Republican candidate, state Sen. Dan Bishop on stage. 

“Looking forward to being in the North Carolina tomorrow night. We’re having a BIG RALLY for a great guy, Dan Bishop. Strong on Crime, Borders, your Military and our Vets, we need Dan Bishop in Washington badly. His opponent is WEAK on Crime, Borders, and against your 2nd A,” Trump tweeted on Sunday.

Bishop is going up against Democrat Dan McCready in an election scheduled after state officials found last year’s vote for the 9th District was tainted with pervasive fraud.

This will be the second Trump rally in the swing state since July.