Local politicians will headline the 2019 edition of the South Boston St. Patrick's Day Breakfast.

U.S. Sen. Ed Markey, U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley, Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will appear on stage at the annual celebration and political roast.

"I’m really excited about this year’s lineup of speakers,” host and South Boston state Sen. Nick Collins said in a statement.

“We have dynamic new leaders, hometown favorites, and national figures. I’m particularly excited about all the powerful women who will be speaking, including our Senate President, our newest Congresswoman, our Lieutenant Governor, and our Boston City Council President," Collins said.

In the past, the breakfast has been known to attract Democratic presidential candidates. A source close to Collins tells WGBH News that there will be "a presence from the 2020 field" of presidential contenders at the breakfast, though no in-person appearances.

Prominent politicians, including former Vice President and possible 2020 candidate Joe Biden has phoned in in the past. Declared presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a regular attendee, is campaigning out of state.