SAN DIEGO -- Thousands of people turned out for a rally Sunday evening for Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, two days before the California primary brings his last chance to prevent rival Hillary Clinton from clinching the Democratic nomination.
It took place in the parking lot of Qualcomm Stadium. Several bands performed and political activist Cornel West were among those who spoke. Sanders took the stage a little after 7 p.m.
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Sanders previously spoke to an estimated 12,000 people in March at the San Diego Convention Center and made appearances last month in National City and Vista.
Despite trailing Clinton by a wide margin in the Democratic delegate count, he's kept up a hectic campaigning pace in California in advance of Tuesday's election.
WATCH THE RALLY IN THE VIDEO BELOW: