When is the Presidential Inauguration?
The Presidential Inauguration will take place on Wednesday, January 20th, 2025.
Where is the Presidential Inauguration?
The Swearing-In Ceremony takes place on the steps of the west side of the US Capitol.
Where does the Inaugural Parade take place?
Following the Inaugural Luncheon, the Inaugural Parade travels from the US Capitol down Pennsylvania Avenue, ending at the White House.
Where will the Inaugural Ball be held?
The official sanctioned Inaugural Ball is typically held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington DC. Due to the COVID pandemic, this venue is subject to change for 2021.
What COVID protocols are in place for the Inaugural events?
The Presidential Inaugural Committee is in charge of planning and organizing all of the Inaugural events. They have not yet released details on the precautions that will be in place. We will publish those details once they are released.
Who can I contact to volunteer for the Presidential Inauguration?
You can reach the Presidential Inaugural Committee through their website, https://bideninaugural.org/. Additionally you can reach out to the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies. But your best bet may be to contact one of your local Senator or House Representatives – you can look up their contact information at USA.gov.
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How can I get tickets to one of the Presidential Inaugural events?
Tickets for Inaugural Events can be obtained through your Congressional representatives. Allocations are decided by each representative, and you can request them through their Congressional offices. Tickets are limited, and lottery systems are often used to distribute tickets to constituencies. In addition to this, tickets will become available through secondary ticket sources as well.
Do I need tickets to watch the Inaugural Parade?
No. Tickets are not required to attend the incoming President’s Inaugural Parade. However, there will be several ticketed areas that will be restricted to ticket holders only.
What is a sanctioned Presidential Inaugural Ball? What is an un-sanctioned Presidential Inaugural Ball?
Presidential Inaugural Gala Balls are split into two categories – sanctioned and un-sanctioned. At a sanctioned ball, the new President is guaranteed to make an appearance. Not so in the un-sanctioned balls – while it is not unprecedented, the President is not expected to attend.
How much do tickets cost?
While tickets to the Inaugural Balls vary in price, the tickets to the Swearing In Ceremony and Inaugural Parade may be obtained from your Congressional Representatives at little to no cost. If you are unable to obtain them this way, there are other options to purchase tickets so you may attend one of these historic events.
The Presidential Inaugural Committee has announced that the traditional Inaugural Parade will be replaced with a Presidential Escort, which will have representation from each military branch. This escort will be accompanied by a virtual parade featuring musical acts, dance troupes, and others.
Due to the ongoing concerns regarding the surge of COVID-19, President-Elect Biden has decided to cancel the Inaugural Luncheon – where the incoming President and Vice President are traditionally honored.
As we head into the Christmas break, let’s look ahead at the remaining key dates and deadlines leading up to the 59th Presidential Inauguration.
The Biden/Harris Presidential Inaugural Committee has released an official FAQ regarding the Inaugural Ceremonies and the precautions being taken in the name of public health. You can read the full release at the Presidential Inaugural Committee Website.
200,000 tickets were printed for the public to attend the Swearing-In Ceremony, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic organizers decided to scale down the festivities, moving it to a virtual event. Official commemorative tickets will still be available to mark this historic occasion. Check back for updates!
The Joint Congressional Commission on Inaugural Ceremonies (JCCIC) announced today that tickets will not be distributed to the general public for the 2021 Swearing-In Ceremony. More information is forthcoming, so stay tuned!
Individuals who have already ordered tickets through our site will receive an update shortly.
President-Elect Joe Biden announced additions to his Presidential Inaugural Committee yesterday. Included in this announcement was Alana Mounce, the Biden campaign’s Nevada director, and Katie Petrelius, the campaign’s national finance director.
While we patiently wait for the Presidential Inaugural Committee to release details on the 2021 Inaugural Events, let’s take another dive into history with Buzzfeed’s collection of historical Inauguration photo’s from throughout our history.
Has the Inauguration always been held in January? Has the President always recited the same oath at the Swearing-In Ceremony? Has the Chief Justice always administered the Inaugural oath? The National Constitution Center answers these questions and more!
As the Presidential Inauguration rapidly approaches, let’s take a look at our long, proud history of peaceful Presidential transitions – in pictures!
Many people wonder why there is roughly two and a half months between Election Day and Inauguration Day. In many countries, the change of power is done within a matter of days. History.com asks the question: why do we do this differently?
In a nod to his working class roots, President-Elect Joe Biden has considered arriving to his Inauguration on an Amtrak train from Wilmington, Deleware – the same route he took during the decades he spent serving in the United States Senate.
This morning President-Elect Biden and Vice-President Elect Harris rounded out the leadership of the Presidential Inaugural Committee with 5 co-chairs, including James Clyburn from South Carolina and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. “The peaceful transfer of power surrounding the inauguration is a bedrock of American democracy that represents our nation’s highest ideals,” said Clyburn.
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