O'Rourke to headline OZY Fest in New York
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Presidential candidate and former Rep. Beto O'RourkeBeto O'RourkeCNN signs Andrew Yang as contributor Krystal Ball: Voters are coming to their own judgements about who is electable Warren campaign to host series of events in Texas MORE (D-Texas) will join a lineup of musicians, comics and fellow politicians at a summer festival in New York. 

OZY Fest announced Thursday that O'Rourke will speak at the second day of the festival, July 21, in Central Park. 

Other politicians set to speak are former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D) and former Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) during a panel moderated by Axios co-founder Mike Allen.

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The festival also features live music, comedy and food. 

OZY Fest's lineup includes a range of celebrities and public figures including Mark CubanMark CubanWarren buys ad in Sheldon Adelson newspaper showing how much he would pay under her wealth tax Dallas Mavericks announce team will retire No. 24 jersey in honor of Kobe Bryant 'The worst news': Political world mourns loss of Kobe Bryant MORE, John Legend, Rachael Ray, Jameela Jamil, Malcolm Gladwell, Trevor NoahTrevor NoahTrevor Noah jokingly asks Hillary Clinton, 'How did you kill Jeffrey Epstein?' Donald Trump Jr. hits back at critics over hypocrisy claims 'Daily Show' hotline offering 'perfect call' with Trump gets more than 35K callers in less than a day MORE and Spike Lee. 

O'Rourke appears to be the only 2020 candidate OZY Fest has announced will appear during the two-day festival. 

He faces 24 other candidates in seeking the party nomination. 

Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe Biden'Where's your spoon?' What we didn't learn in the latest debate Sanders nabs endorsement from Congressional Hispanic Caucus member Poll: Sanders holds 7-point lead in crucial California primary MORE, one of the primary candidates, attended last year's OZY Fest and introduced his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, who was one of the event speakers. 

At the time Biden deflected a question from Katie Couric as to a potential 2020 White House run.