Inspired by their visit to protesters last week, David Crosby and Graham Nash are scheduled to perform at Zuccotti Park Tuesday to show their support of the Occupy Wall Street movement.
The 60s rock icons, no strangers to protest songs, will play a set starting at 3PM near the corner of Cedar Street and Broadway.
Crosby and Nash join a growing list of musicians that have stopped by the park to give acoustic performances for the protesters. Amplification is not allowed in Zuccotti Park.
Jeff Magnum, Tom Morello, Anti-Flag, Talib Kweli and Immortal Technique have all played. In October, legendary activist and folk singer Pete Seeger, 90, marched with the protesters, and led them in song while in Columbus Circle.
Later today protesters are planning a march on Governor Cuomo's office to deliver petitions in support of extending New York's "millionaire tax," NY1 reports.
Take a look below at some of the other performances at Zuccotti Park. The demonstration is now on its 53rd day.