After a national convention that included plagiarism allegations against the possible future First Lady, a lack of endorsement from the primary race runner-up, and a leaked speech by the actual nominee, the Republicans' time in the spotlight is over. Next up is the Democratic National Convention, which will have Democrats from around the country flocking to Philadelphia for the political event of the (election) season. Other than the clear differences in politics and ideology, the DNC will differ from the Republican National Convention in one specific way: most of the 2016 DNC speakers are top political players in the Democratic Party.

It's a distinction that the Democratic Party has been keen to point out after the RNC featured as many Trumps, television actors, and billionaires as it did Republican governors and senators. As the Democratic Party wrote in an article on Medium announcing its headlining speakers:

While Republican leadership continues to run away from Donald Trump, and refuse to participate in the upcoming Republican convention, the Democratic convention will showcase enormously popular national leaders, rising stars from across the country and a diverse range of everyday Americans who will inspire the nation.

So who, exactly, are these national leaders, rising stars, and everyday Americans speaking at the Democratic National Convention this year? Let's break down the known speakers who will be taking the stage during the four-day event.

US President Bill Clinton (C) hugs First Lady Hillary Clinton (R) and daughter Chelsea (L) after delivering his speech to the Democratic National Convention 14 August, 2000, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. AFP PHOTO/Joyce NALTCHAYAN (Photo credit should read JOYCE NALTCHAYAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Monday, July 25

On the first night of the convention, First Lady Michelle Obama will take the stage along with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Astrid Silva, an undocumented immigrant and immigration reform advocate. It seems like the DNC is starting off on a strong note and differentiating itself from Trump's anti-immigration stance right off the bat.

Tuesday, July 26

Joe Raedle/Getty Images News/Getty Images
KOKOMO, IN - APRIL 30: Former President Bill Clinton campaigns for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, as he speaks during the Howard County Democratic party's pre-primary pancake breakfast at the United Auto Workers Local 685 Hall on April 30, 2016 in Kokomo, Indiana. Presidential candidates continue to campaign across the state leading up to Indiana's primary day on Tuesday. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The second Democratic convention night is all about Clinton — although Hillary herself won't be speaking yet. On Tuesday, Democratic delegates will make their Clinton choice official, and her husband (and former president) Bill Clinton will step up to the mic to sing her praises.

Also scheduled to take the stage on Tuesday are several "Mothers of the Movement" — women who have lost their black sons to police violence, including the mothers of Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Sandra Bland, and more. The Philadelphia Police Union made it clear that they weren't exactly thrilled with the DNC's decision to feature Mothers of the Movement. A former Philadelphia police commissioner is also scheduled to speak on Tuesday night about police violence and the recent shooting of officers by civilians.

Wednesday, July 27

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images News/Getty Images
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 05: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama (R) delivers remarks during a reception to mark the Cinco de Mayo holiday with Vice President Joe Biden in the East Room at the White House May 5, 2016 in Washington, DC. The holiday commemorates the Mexican Army's unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla in on May 5, 1862. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

On Wednesday, the DNC will welcome the country's top two current leaders — President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden. Both men have already endorsed Clinton. According to Mic, the DNCC said that, at the DNC, Biden and Obama will "take an in-depth look at just how high the stakes are in this election and how Hillary has the experience and steadiness to bring people together to tackle the big challenges and get real results."

Thursday, July 28

Ethan Miller/Getty Images News/Getty Images
LAS VEGAS, NV - JULY 19: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) 42nd International Convention at the Las Vegas Convention Center on July 19, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Clinton continues to campaign for the general election in November while the Republicans hold their national convention. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

As usual, the DNC is going out with a bang. On Thursday, Hillary Clinton will formally accept the nomination and address the convention crowds. She'll also be joined on stage by her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, and the race of Trump vs. Clinton will officially be on.

Other Speakers

The DNC hasn't revealed all the goods yet. On Thursday, the DNC announced more speakers, but didn't reveal exactly when they'll be speaking, so you'll have to stay tuned. However, if you do keep up with the convention, you can expect to hear speeches from plenty of well-known mayors, senators, and members of Congress, including Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former Gov. Martin O’Malley, Sen. Tim Kaine, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, and Mayor Bill de Blasio.