The Republican National Convention kicks off today, Monday, at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. The first day's theme is "Make America Safe Again," featuring speeches from numerous prominent conservative leaders and celebrities. Presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump is not scheduled to speak tonight, though his wife, Melania, is on tonight's list of speakers.

Here is who you can expect to see tonight:

  • Willie Robertson, star of Duck Dynasty
  • Rick Perry, former governor and presidential candidate (R-TX)
  • Marcus Luttrell, a retired Navy SEAL and Afghanistan/Iraq veteran who was portrayed by Mark Wahlberg in the film Lone Survivor
  • Scott Baio, an actor known for his roles as Chachi on Happy Days and Joanie Loves Chachi, and Bob Loblaw on Arrested Development
  • Mark Geist and John Tiegen, former members of the Benghazi Annex Security Team during the Benghazi attacks
  • Kent Terry and Kelly Terry-Willis, appearing in honor of their brother Brian Terry, a border patrol agent who died on duty
  • Antonio Sabato Jr., former General Hospital actor
  • Mary Ann Mendoza, whose son died in a car accident involving an undocumented immigrant; Sabine Durden, whose son also died in a car accident involving an undocumented immigrant; Jamiel Shaw, whose son was killed in a gang shooting involving an undocumented immigrant
  • Rep. Mike McCaul (R-TX), chair of the Committee on Homeland Security
  • David A. Clarke Jr., sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, and a vocal critic of criminal justice reform and Black Lives Matter
  • Sean Duffy, Congress member and former Real World contestant (R-WI), and his wife, Rachel Duffy
  • Darryl Glenn, the Republican nominee for Senate in Colorado
  • Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), an Afghanistan/Iraq veteran
  • Karen Vaughn, anti-Obama activist whose son, a Navy SEAL, was killed in Afghanistan
  • Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), an early Trump supporter and anti-immigration advocate
  • Rudy Giuliani, former mayor of New York City and 2008 presidential candidate
  • Melania Trump, the presumptive presidential nominee’s wife
  • Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, former Defense Intelligence Agency director and Trump VP finalist
  • Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA), a retired lieutenant colonel in the Iowa Army National Guard
  • Jason Beardsley, adviser for Concerned Veterans of America
  • Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-MT), a retired Navy SEAL who served in Iraq and won two Bronze Stars

The main, prime-time events will get started around 8 p.m. ET.