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Hillary Clinton brought the star power at her “I’m With Her” fundraiser concert Wednesday night. Andra Day, Elton John, and Katy Perry all performed at the event in honor of the Democratic presidential candidate.

Fresh off her Grammys performance, Andra Day was first to take the stage, singing “Rise Up,” and then dedicating a cover of Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come” to Clinton.

For his part, Elton John performed a medley of his greatest hits, including “Tiny Dancer” and “Rocket Man.” After his performance, John praised Clinton as “the only choice” America has.

Finally, Katy Perry took over the stage as the event’s headliner after a speech from Clinton. Clad in a red, white, and blue suit with Clinton’s “H” logo on the lapel, Perry performed several of her hits, including “Firework” and “Roar,” a Clinton favorite. During her performance, Perry, who has been very vocal in her support for Clinton, said “I’m not voting for her because she’s a woman; I’m voting for her because she’s the right person for the job.”

See a clip from the show below.