Elon Musk will address Twitter staff for the first time since announcing his $44 billion (£36.2 billion) offer for the firm in April.
At the meeting, the multibillionaire Tesla CEO is slated to receive questions from Twitter employees.
Mr. Musk has threatened to walk away from the arrangement if the company fails to share information about phony accounts on the site.
Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal announced the event in an email to employees on Monday.
Mr. Agrawal informed staff that they may submit questions to Mr. Musk before of the meeting.
The all-hands gathering will be Mr Musk’s first direct communication with the company’s staff since making his takeover offer.
He threatened to walk away from the arrangement earlier this month, accusing the social media platform of “deterring” his attempts to learn more about its user base.
Musk stated in a letter to authorities that he was entitled to conduct his own measurement of spam accounts.
According to analysts, Musk may be using the issue to try to renegotiate the price or possibly walk away from the contract.