Clinton will be in Rochester to campaign for Congresswoman Louise Slaughter and Congresswoman Kathy Hochul.
The Main Street armory will play host to Friday's event. More than 3,000 people are expected to attend. Remaining tickets are on a first come first serve basis.
The Rochester Police Department is playing a key role in planning for Friday's event. Officers say they have been working with the Secret Service throughout the week, but the actual security plan is not being released.
On Thursday, the event was moved from the Convention Center to the Main Street Armory to accommodate the large crowd. Since then, workers have been busy painting, cleaning and setting up for president Clinton's arrival.
The remaining tickets are free and you can get them at the door. You are asked not to bring any large bags or posters because of limited space.