The rally is the first day of Trump’s rally schedule, which was published on the website of the National Republican Senatorial Committee on Thursday morning.
It comes after he held a rally in Cincinnati on Thursday, and has drawn a lot of attention since then.
Trump held a series of rallies during the campaign, including in Louisville, Kentucky, in early February and Cleveland on March 16.
He also campaigned in New York City in early March, and was at a campaign rally in North Carolina on Friday.
On Thursday, he held two rallies in Iowa, one in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and the other in Des Moines, Iowa.
He also held two events in the swing states of Florida and Pennsylvania, which is one of the battleground states that Trump has targeted.
Trump is the most popular candidate among Republican voters, according to a recent Gallup poll.
The poll found that only 24 percent of Republicans approved of Trump as a president, while 73 percent disapproved.