Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will hold a debate in Flint Michigan on March 6.
The announcement was made by the Democratic National Committee.
The debate is one of four that the two remaining Democratic candidates have agreed to attend. The DNC has not announced the location of the event yet.
"We are thrilled to welcome our Democratic presidential candidates to Michigan," said Brandon Dillon, Michigan Democratic Party Chair in a release. "America has witnessed the man-made public health disaster inflicted upon the city of Flint, and we applaud Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders for their efforts to shine a light on the crisis, especially when our Republican governor has done everything he can to keep Michigan's citizens in the dark.
"Holding a presidential debate in Flint will bring further into focus the issues faced by working families here in Michigan and around the country."