Two top Democrats in Florida will get a boost from singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett just before the midterm elections next week.

A get-out-the-vote event sign-up page says Buffett will appear at a Saturday afternoon concert in West Palm Beach with Sen. Bill Nelson and Tallahassee mayor and Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum.

"Join us in West Palm Beach for a GOTV concert to energize Democrats and Parrot Heads across the state," the event page on Gillum's website states.

Buffett, who lives in Palm Beach, has performed for other Democrats in the past, including Gwen Graham, lost to Gillum in the primary contest earlier this year.

Nelson, who assumed office in 2001, faces a tough re-election contest against Republican Gov. Rick Scott. Nelson has a slight 2-percentage point advantage in the latest RealClearPolitics polling average.

Gillum is facing off against Rep. Ron DeSantis in the race for Florida governor. He leads in the latest RealClearPolitics polling average by 3 percentage points.

President Trump stumped for Scott and DeSantis in Southwest Florida on Wednesday.