Full Schedule For Inaugural Weekend RELEASED, And It’s Pretty Sad…

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Donald Trump’s Inaugural Committee has released a schedule of official events for three days of celebrations around Trump’s swearing-in, but some of the details have not yet been made public. The weekend, according to the Trump team, kicks off on January 19.

Thursday, January 19

Wreath-Laying Ceremony
Where: Arlington National Cemetery
When: TBD
Details: Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence will honor the country’s veterans at the U.S. military cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.

Welcome Concert
Where: Lincoln Memorial
​When: TBD
​Details: The inaugural events officially start with this event, which will include a concert and appearances by Trump and Pence. So far the only big name to attend the concert is Toby Keith.

Friday, January 20

Inaugural Swearing-In Ceremony
Where: West Front of the U.S. Capitol Building
When: Ceremony begins at 9:30 a.m.; opening remarks at 11:30 a.m.; swearing in at noon by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts Jr.
Details: The Trump and Pence families will join them, as will members of Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court, diplomatic corps and other invited guests.

Inaugural Parade
Where: Starts at the steps of the Capitol Building and proceeds along Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House.
When: Begins after the inauguration ends
Details: Trump, Pence and their families will be escorted down Pennsylvania Avenue, followed by parade participants. A ticket is required for special viewing areas.

Saturday, January 21

National Prayer Service
Where: Washington National Cathedral
When: TBD
Details: This will be an interfaith prayer service.

Here is a map of the inaugural seating. There are MANY tickets available to the event, IT IS NOT SOLD OUT.

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