Hillary Clinton will visit Arizona next week ahead of the state's presidential preference election.
Clinton's campaign said the candidate vying for the Democratic party's nomination will hold an event Monday afternoon. It is not known when or where the event will be held.
The campaign said those details would be released soon.
Clinton will discuss "her plans to break down racial, social and economic barriers for families," according to the media advisory.
Clinton is the latest presidential candidate headed to Arizona head of the primary vote.
Bernie Sanders held a rally on Tuesday in Phoenix. He is scheduled to host a town hall Thursday in Flagstaff.
Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are also making their way to the Valley.