Barack Obama to Accept Nomination Tonight
It was 45-years-ago today that Martin Luther King gave his "I have a dream" speech.
Tonight, Barack Obama will make history by accepting the Democratic Party's nomination for president.
As many as 75,000 people are expected to pack Mile High Stadium to hear Obama give his acceptance speech.
One of his advisers says Obama will lay out a case for sweeping political change and make clear the choice that voters face between his candidacy and John McCain's.
Adding a touch of celebrity to the convention's final night, singers Sheryl Crow, Stevie Wonder and will.i.am are scheduled to perform.
Academy Award-winner Jennifer Hudson will sing the national anthem.
Former Vice President Al Gore is among those also speaking tonight.