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Presidential Inauguration News & Updates

Chairman Barrack speaks about the inauguration

Wednesday, December 7th

PIC Chairman Thomas Barrack Jr. said yesterday regarding President-Elect Trump's Inauguration, "This inauguration, in particular, is intended to honor the democratic process and our country, which embraces debate, various points of view and independence in a united manner."

Wondering how to volunteer for the Inaugural Parade?

Wednesday, November 30th

The Presidential Inaugural Committee has launched a website where you can apply to volunteer for the Inaugural Parade or other events taking place around Washington DC. 

*UPDATE 12/7*: The application period for Parade volunteers has ended. 

Senator Roy Blunt tapped to plan the Swearing In Ceremony

Tuesday, November 22nd

Missouri Senator Roy Blunt, fresh off of a successful re-election campaign, has been put in charge of planning the Swearing In Ceremony. He is officially the chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, which is the committee which plans the Swearing In Ceremony and the proceeding luncheon.


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2017 Presidential Inauguration Info

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 Presidents historical Inaugural parade. However, there will be several ticketed areas that will be restricted to ticket holders only.

What is a sanctioned Inaugural Gala 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. No so in the un-sanctioned balls - while it is not unprecedented, the President is not expected to attend.

How much do tickets cost?

While ticket to the Inaugural Balls vary in price, the tickets to the Swearing In Ceremony and Inaugural Parade may be abtained 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.


We are not affiliated with either party or any government agencies. We are an independent ticket agency that buys and sells tickets on the secondary market. Our prices will reflect the difficulty in obtaining hard to find, quality tickets for the inaugural events. Prices listed on this site reflect what ticket prices are expected to be. Specific tickets and seating locations and prices cannot be guaranteed.