via Wikimedia Commons

via Wikimedia Commons

With a solid lead and only a few contests left before the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next month, Hillary Clinton is this close to having the primaries all sewn up. Tomorrow night’s California primary could be the end of a long, drawn-out race that has brought us Bill Clinton and the Wailers, Bernie muppets, and many a Rosario cameo. In preparation for that very important moment/fulfillment of political destiny, Clinton will be holding a rally in Brooklyn that promises to be the most anxiety-ridden event in all the five boroughs. The event starts at 7 p.m. at the Duggal Greenhouse in the Brooklyn Navy Yard—the same spot where Clinton and Bernie Sanders debated in April—and is scheduled to last until about 10:30 p.m.: about 30 minutes before the California polls close.

While Sanders is promising to continue the fight all the way to the convention, tomorrow night’s California primary could prove to be the final piece of the puzzle for Clinton’s campaign. Even if Sanders manages to win the in-state contest tomorrow night, there’s almost no scenario in which Clinton doesn’t hit the magic 2,383 delegate count—albeit with the help of her 548 promised-but-unpledged super delegates—needed to clinch the nomination.

According to the event page, “Clinton will speak to supporters and discuss her plans to break down the barriers that hold too many families back and build ladders of opportunity for all Americans.” So, in other words, it’s gonna be a banger.

Clinton’s campaign is also providing free shuttles from Borough Hall and Jay St-Metrotech and a free water taxi from the 35th Street pier, off the FDR Drive in Manhattan, starting at 6 p.m. tomorrow night. And although alcohol is prohibited at the event, the campaign will be providing water. The ole, dependable wet stuff. People get all worked up about sodas and their juices and those bros in Williamsburg sure do love their inexplicably popular booze—which I have always found bitter and hard-to-swallow—but, at the end of the day, who do you trust to get the work done, huh? That’s right: water. Sure, some people say water is cold. But maybe that’s what’s good about water—the coldness just makes it tougher. Besides, water never broke any laws. Water doesn’t even know how email works.

Anyway, if you want to swing by to watch Hil absolutely crush it, all you have to do is RSVP on the campaign’s website. The Greenhouse, it should be noted, is also accessible by yacht.