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Plans for the 58th Presidential Inauguration were released by Donald Trump’s Presidential Inauguration Committee.

The inauguration will officially begin with President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence laying a wreath at the Arlington National Cemetery on Thursday, January 19. Following that, the two will enjoy a “welcoming concert.”

“President-elect Trump is committed to unifying our country as we once again celebrate the foundation of our American system and the peaceful transfer of power,” said PIC Chairman Tom Barrack. “The 2017 inaugural celebrations will reflect President-elect Trump’s eagerness to get to work in order to make our country safer and stronger.”

Here’s the list of events so far:

Thursday, January 19

Wreath Laying Ceremony
Arlington National Cemetery
When: 3:30—4 p.m. Eastern time

Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration
Lincoln Memorial
Ticket required for special viewing areas.
No ticket required for general public viewing areas.
When: 4—6 p.m.

Friday, January 20

Inaugural Swearing-in Ceremony
US Capitol

Gates will open at 6 a.m. for security screenings, followed by music at 9:30 a.m. and opening remarks at 11:30 a.m.

Jackie Evancho, 2010 runner-up of the hit show America's Got Talent, will be singing the National Anthem. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Radio City Rockettes are also set to perform.

Inaugural Parade
Pennsylvania Avenue
Ticket required for special viewing areas.
No ticket required for general public viewing areas.
When: Begins after the inauguration ends, around 3 p.m.

Trump's Inaugural Committee announced more than 8,000 people will be participating in the parade representing 40 organizations, and seven high school bands. The parade will begin at the Capitol and march to the White House. The event is expected to be about an hour and a half.

Trump Inauguration Parade Lineup

Today, the Presidential Inaugural Committee (PIC) released an initial list of groups who have accepted an invitation to take part in the inaugural parade following the swearing in of President-elect Donald J. Trump and Vice President-elect Michael R. Pence on January 20, 2017. There will be more than 8,000 parade participants representing forty organizations including high school and university marching bands, equestrian corps, first responders, and veterans groups.

“People from every corner of the country have expressed great interest in President-elect Trump’s inauguration and look forward to continuing a salute to our republic that spans more than two centuries,” said PIC CEO Sara Armstrong. “As participants follow in the footsteps of our new president and vice president down Pennsylvania Avenue, they will be adding their names to the long list of Americans who have honored our country by marching in the inaugural parade.”

Those selected to join the inaugural parade are listed below in alphabetical order:

1st Cavalry Division Horse Cavalry Detachment  –Fort Hood, Texas

1st Infantry Commanding General’s Mounted Color  –Ft. Riley, Kansas

Boone County Elite 4-H Equestrian Drill Team –Burlington, Kentucky

Caisson Platoon, Fort Myer  –Fort Myer, Virginia

Cleveland Police Mounted Unit – Cleveland, Ohio

Coastal Florida Police & Fire Pipes & Drums –Palm Coast, Florida

Columbus North High School Band –Columbus, Indiana

Culver Academy Equestrian –Culver, Indiana

First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry --Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Fishburne Military School Army JROTC Caissons Battalion --Waynesboro, Virginia

Frankfort High School Band  –Ridgeley, West Virginia

Franklin Regional High School Panther Marching Band –Murrysville, Pennsylvania

Indianapolis Metro Police Motorcycle Drill Team  –Indianapolis, Indiana

Lil Wranglers  –College Station, Texas

Marist College Band –Poughkeepsie, New York

Merced County Sheriff’s Posse  –Hilmar, California

Michigan Multi-Jurisdictional Mounted Police Drill Team & Color Guard  –Ann Arbor, Michigan

Mid America Cowgirls Rodeo Drill Team –New Buffalo, Michigan

Nassau County Firefighters Pipes & Drums –East Meadow, New York

North Carolina Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association –Hillsborough, North Carolina

NYPD Emerald Society Pipes & Drums –East Moriches, New York

Olivet Nazarene University –Bourbonnais, Illinois

Palmetto Ridge High School Band  –Naples, Florida

Russellville High School Band –Russellville, Arkansas

Talladega College Band  –Talladega, Alabama

Texas State University Strutters –San Marcos, Texas

The Citadel Regimental Band & Pipes and Summerall Guards  –Charleston, South Carolina

The Freedom Riders –Kersey, Colorado

Tragedy Assistance Marching Unit –Arlington, Virginia

Tupelo High School Band  –Tupelo, Mississippi

University of Tennessee Marching Band –Knoxville, Tennessee

VMI Corps of Cadets –Lexington, Virginia

West Monroe High School Marching Band  –West Monroe, Louisiana

American Veterans -National

Boy Scouts of America -National

US Customs and Border Protection Office of Field Operations -National

Disabled American Veterans -National

US Border Patrol Pipes & Drums –National

Wounded Warriors -National

Kids Overseas –National

Moreover, each branch of the United States military will also be represented.

Inaugural Balls
Ticket required – limited availability.
Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center and National Building Museum
When: 7—11 p.m.
Trump is expected to attend three different Inaugural Balls.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

National Prayer Service
Washington National Cathedral

 

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