Bernie Sanders treated his supporters to a three hour concert and rally in Henderson.
The Democratic presidential candidate spending about 25 minutes on stage reiterating his views on education and health care reform as well as the need to raise the minimum wage.
The main focus of his event was to make sure his supporters show up Saturday morning for the Democratic presidential caucuses.
It was a similar message for Hillary Clinton at a rally near Downtown Las Vegas.
The former first lady discussed her foreign policy experience and talked about her plans for education reform and getting equal pay for women.
Both candidates talked about how important Nevada is to gaining momentum in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.