The gathering will take place on the National Mall, like the competing rallies held by Glenn Beck and the Rev. Al Sharpton on Aug. 28. However, the area between Seventh and Third streets holds no particular importance. Stewart’s position at the east end of the National Mall is “synonymous with nothing else that’s been done down there before,” he said on “The Daily Show” Wednesday night.
Those planning on attending the rally now know exactly where to find the Comedy Central star on Oct. 30—in case the crowd and stage isn't indicative enough.