Scheduled Inauguration Events

Thursday, January 18
The Presidential Inaugural Opening Celebration
Lincoln Memorial
Noon – Gates Open to General Public
1 p.m. – Gates Open to Individuals w/ Tickets
3:30 p.m. – Ceremony Begins.
Open to Public – tickets not needed.
Cost: free.

Amigos de Bush Celebra Un Nuevo Dia
Mayflower Hotel
Noon-2 p.m. – luncheon

Friday, January 19
Laura Bush Celebrates America’s Authors
Constitution Hall
1776 D Street, NW
8:30 am – Doors Open.
10 a.m. – Event Begins.
Tickets required, limited seating
Cost: Free

Leave No Child Behind Education Awards Luncheon
Noon
Willard Continental
1401 Pennsylvania Ave.
The luncheon honors the Honorable Dr. Roderick Page, Education Secretary-Designate.

The Vice President-Elect Salutes America’s Veterans
Smith Center
600 22nd Street, NW
1 p.m. – Doors Open.
1:30 p.m. – Event Begins.
Tickets required, limited seating.
Cost: Free

Concert Celebrating America’s Youth
MCI Center
601 F Street, NW
2 p.m. – Doors Open.
4 p.m. – Event Begins.
Tickets required, limited seating
Cost: $5

Wyoming State Society Event
Chamber of Commerce Building
Hall of Flags
1615 H Street, NW
Tickets available through Wyoming State Society

Texas Black Tie & Boots Ball
Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
2660 Woodley Road, NW
8 p.m. – event begins.
Cost: $125 for Texas State Society members,
$175 for non-members
Tickets available through Texas State Society

Hispanic Presidential Inaugural Gala
9-10 p.m.
Omni Shoreham Hotel
2500 Calvert St.
An evening of music and cultural festivities bringing together Hispanic business, political and civic leaders.

Saturday, January 20
Inaugural Ceremony – Swearing-In
United States Capitol
11:30 – Ceremony begins.
Ticket required for special viewing areas.
No ticket required for general public viewing areas.
Cost: Free

Inaugural Parade
Pennsylvania Avenue
2:00 pm – Parade begins.
No ticket required for public standing areas.
Ticket required for bleacher seating ($100, $50, $15)

Sunday, January 21
Washington Cathedral Service
Call (202) 537-3129
8:30 a.m.

Extended Public Tour of the White House
3-6 p.m.

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