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There will be at least one protest of Donald Trump's presidency at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

The Women's March on Main has been set for 9 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21 — the day after Trump is sworn in. According to the Facebook page for the event, nearly 500 people have said they will go, including some filmmakers.

Location details are still to be announced, though the event's title suggests part of it will happen on historic Main Street.

According to the website Mashable and other outlets, comedian and activist Chelsea Handler will lead the march and emcee the rally that follows it. Handler debuted her Netflix documentary series "Chelsea Does …" at the festival last year.

In a statement, Handler said, "Sundance has always been a platform for change: not only for filmmakers and filmmaking, but also for big ideas for the future. If there's anything I learned in the last year, it's that we need to be louder and stronger than ever about what we believe in, so I joined some incredible women from around the country to bring our voices together in the streets of Park City. The Women's March on Main will be an opportunity for the creative community and those in Utah to stand beside those in D.C."

The Park City demonstration is timed to coincide with the Women's March on Washington, which is expected to draw thousands to the nation's capital.

The event is not affiliated with the Sundance Institute, which organizes the Sundance Film Festival. Institute spokespeople have said they will help facilitate anyone organizing a demonstration, whatever their political persuasion.