Hillary Clinton calls in celebrities Beyonce, Jay Z with polls tightening against Donald Trump

2016 campaign's final weekend

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are making their final push for votes, hitting battleground states hard in the last weekend of what’s been a long and volatile presidential race.

Race for White House tightening in final days

Election Day is just three days away, and Clinton is drawing on celebrity firepower to spread her message while Trump is managing to cut into Clinton’s lead in some polls.

Both candidates start their day in Florida.

CBS News chief White House correspondent Major Garrett reports Clinton and Trump took very different approaches to energizing their supporters on Friday.

There were some similarities - battleground states, big crowds - but Clinton hosted what looked and sounded like “American Bandstand” campaign-style while Trump presided over the political equivalent of a wake - an inspirational one, to be sure, and a touching remembrance of a young supporter struck down early in life.

Jay Z, Beyoncé, Big Sean, Chance the Rapper & more perform at Clinton concert

With polls tightening and anxiety rising, Clinton called in celebrity reinforcements Friday.

Megastar couple Jay Z and Beyonce took the stage in Cleveland, making their case for Clinton and against Trump.

“I want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country,” Beyonce said.

“His conversation is divisive, and that’s not a evolved soul to me, so he cannot be my president,” Jay Z said.

Hillary Clinton gets in formation with Jay Z and Beyonce

Joined by a carousel of fellow artists, the group performed a one-note song with two syllables: Clinton.

“I am so energized after this concert,” Clinton said.

Appearing briefly at the end of the show, Clinton asked voters to help her make history.

“We have unfinished business to do, more barriers to break and with your help a glass ceiling to crack once and for all,” Clinton said.

Five hours away in Hershey, Pennsylvania, Trump addressed his own packed arena.

“I didn’t have to bring J-Lo or Jay Z - the only way she gets anybody,” Trump said. “I’m here all by myself.”

Trump briefly silenced the raucous crowd by inviting onstage the parents of Riley Rone, a 19-year-old who died in a Memorial Day motorcycle accident.

“I want you to please, please, please vote for Mr. Donald Trump in my son’s honor,” Rone’s mother Barbara Rone said.

“Hard to go back to the economy after that, right?” Trump said.

But Trump got back on track, highlighting battleground momentum.

“We’re leading in Ohio,” Trump said. “We’re leading in Iowa. We’re leading in North Carolina. We’re leading in New Hampshire. We’re leading in Florida.”

And he called Pennsylvania his springboard.

“Pennsylvania, you are so important,” Trump said. “Everyone talks, ‘Pennsylvania, if you win Pennsylvania, you’re gonna win.’ Pennsylvania!”

Trump begins his day in Tampa, Florida, and then it’s off to North Carolina, Nevada and Colorado.

Clinton begins her day in Miami, and then it’s off to Pennsylvania for another star-studded rally. The headliner there: Katy Perry.

On Sunday, Clinton goes back to Ohio to meet up with Akron’s favorite son and the world’s best basketball player, endorser LeBron James.