Joe Biden’s night at the 2020 Democratic National Convention has arrived. Biden, speaking live from his home state of Delaware, will formally accept his party’s nomination for president and deliver the final keynote speech of the week. With days of setup from two former presidents, two former first ladies, Jill Biden, and countless others, Joe Biden’s moment will be the pinnacle of this virtual convention.

Day 3 Recap

Wednesday ushered in Sen. Kamala Harris formally accepting her party’s nomination as Vice President. Harris delivered her remarks live from Delaware in the same spot where Joe Biden will speak tonight. Harris’ speech was upbeat at times, and also cutting toward President Trump. The overall theme on Wednesday, as echoed by President Obama’s speech as well, was that voting in 2020 against President Trump is a vote to “save our democracy.”

As noted by some outlets, President Obama has used the line about democracy being at stake in past elections, such as when referring to the 2017 Virginia Gubernatorial election. Overall, Obama’s tone was fairly dark in nature, painting a vision of a lost America without a win for Joe Biden in November.

However, Harris was the star of the evening, and her speech, while rather short by past convention standards, connected the dots and made her much more personable as intended. Speaking of family and faith, two themes that politicians often circle back to when attempting to soften their image and appeal to a broader swath of the electorate, Harris provided a smooth delivery. There wasn’t much in the speech that will be memorable beyond Wednesday, but she played it rather safe and left the headlines for Biden to make tonight.

2020 DNC Day 4 Live Stream

The primetime coverage begins again tonight at 8 pm ET with speeches to begin at 9 pm ET, see the schedule below the live video stream.

Alternate Stream Links: Fox News (YouTube)

Day 4 Speaking Schedule (Primetime)

Primetime speaking slots are between 9 pm and 11 pm ET, but no specific speaking time has been provided by the Democratic National Committee.

  • Senator Cory Booker (New Jersey)
  • Pete Buttigieg (Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor)
  • Governor Gavin Newsom (California)
  • Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (Atlanta)
  • Senator Tammy Baldwin (Wisconsin)
  • Senator Tammy Duckworth (Illinois)
  • Andrew Yang (Businessman)
  • Michael Bloomberg (Former NYC Mayor)
  • Joe Biden (2020 Democratic Nominee)

Musical Performances:

  • The Chicks
  • John Legend & Common

How to Watch

On TV: ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox News will carry the convention from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. each night. C-SPAN, CNN, MSNBC and PBS will cover the full two hours each night.

Streaming Devices: The live stream is available embedded on this page above. Streams will also be available on Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV by searching “Democratic National Convention” or “2020 DNC,” and on Amazon Prime Video by searching “DNC.”

Cable/Satellite: The convention will air on AT&T U-verse (channels 212 and 1212) and AT&T DirectTV (channel 201). It will also air on Comcast Xfinity Flex and Comcast X1 (say “DNC” into your voice remote).

Gaming Devices: You can watch on a PlayStation 4 or PSVR through the Littlstar app.

Smart Speakers: If you have an Alexa device, you can say “Alexa, play the Democratic National Convention.”