Tickets are available on the Obama campaign’s website. Also, they will be available at the campaign's local headquarters in Birmingham.
Doors at the Bartow Arena will open at noon Sunday. The event will begin at 2 p.m.
This will be Obama’s third visit to Alabama, which has received increased attention after moving its presidential primaries to Feb. 5. While more than 20 other states have done the same, Alabama for once was the first, triggering the front-loading trend.
Obama visited Birmingham last July for the state kickoff, and he participated in the Selma Voting Rights March reenactment last April with his rival Sen. Hillary Clinton.