Thousands of supporters marched through the streets of Caracas on Saturday and gathered in the east of the city to hear opposition leader Juan Guaido speak.
Supporters carried signs demanding water, electricity and "a new government for all of the country" after weeks of cuts to power and water supplies across Venezuela.
Guaido took to the stage and greeted his cheering supporters and told them not to give up hope. He told them to look to their families for support.
"If you have doubt, look to your child, and think what kind of a future you want for him. I ask that together we think of everything that we are going to create here. We lack very little. Very little to make it," Guaido said.