Banda diva Jenni Rivera will protest Arizona's new immigration enforcement law by performing at the end of a march on Arizona's Capitol on Saturday (May 29).

Rivera, who is not performing in Arizona as part of her AEG Live-promoted "La Gran Señora" tour, "plans to dedicate her concert to those in Arizona who are diligently working on the front lines confronting this dreadful law and who on a daily basis fight for basic human rights to dignity," according to an announcement from march organizers the National Day Laborer Organizing Network and Puente Movement.

According to published reports, Rivera, the U.S.-born daughter of Mexican immigrants who crossed the border illegally, told a press conference Wednesday, "Let the president (Obama) see that we're serious and let them figure out if it [the boycott against Arizona] is affecting them or not."

Duranguense star Diana Reyes announced Friday that she will also be joining Saturday's march.