Donald Trump is expected to land on Wednesday in Southern California, leaving his hotel at Trump International Airport with more people than ever before.
The White House released the final itinerary on Wednesday morning, including a stop in Los Angeles.
In the meantime, the president is scheduled to visit the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Thursday to watch the NFL’s Super Bowl.
Trump’s official travel team, the Office of the President, tweeted the same itinerary.
The itinerary is a mix of public and private flights that will bring more than 5,000 people to the country’s largest city.
The official itinerary shows the president will arrive in Los Angles on Wednesday night and spend the night at the Trump International hotel.
He will then head to Los Angeles for a “state visit” on Thursday.
The Trump Organization confirmed in a statement to Business Insider on Thursday that the president was scheduled to land there on Wednesday.
The statement did not say how many people were expected to be in attendance at Trump’s visit to the Los Angels Memorial Coliseum, but the president has been touting his popularity among the region.
Trump has been widely praised for his popularity in the region, with some predicting his visit would bring in as many as 1 million people, and millions more were expected in California, where the president previously announced he would be visiting.
The number of people expected to attend Trump’s event is higher than many predicted on Tuesday, when the official schedule called for fewer than 3,000 attendees.
On Tuesday, the number was closer to 2,500.
The president’s campaign was already planning for more than 1 million attendees on Wednesday — although it’s not clear how many were expected at Trump Tower in New York.
The group of people who are expected to visit Trump at the Coliseum is the same group who will be there at his inauguration, according to Trump’s campaign.
The inauguration, which is expected in 2020, will be the first in which the president and First Lady Melania Trump will be seated in the same room.
The event is scheduled for 7 p.m.
ET and will be televised live on ABC, Fox News, CNN and NBC.
Trump tweeted on Tuesday night that he plans to host a “private dinner” with the First Lady, but that he will also hold a joint press conference with other world leaders and other celebrities.
He did not specify the celebrities or guests he will attend.
Trump is scheduled on Wednesday to hold a speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s National Dinner, which he has said he will make for the first time.
He is also expected to hold events at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, and his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida.
The first two of Trump’s overseas trips were in January and March of this year.
He has already spent some time in the U.K. in recent months, including stops in Scotland and France.