While attendance is limited due to COVID-19, as well as security concerns stemming from the insurrection on the Capitol earlier this month, Biden's inauguration day is still set to be a star-studded affair, with performances by Lady Gaga, Garth Brooks and Jennifer Lopez, as well as a TV special, Celebrating America, to air in the evening hosted by Tom Hanks and featuring performances by Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, Jon Bon Jovi and Ant Clemons with more to be announced.
For all the details on Joe Biden's inauguration day, including how to watch the swearing in, performances and TV special, read on below.
When and how to watch Biden's inauguration: Biden and Harris will be sworn in around 12 p.m. ET, and the event will likely be carried on all major networks, as well as streaming on CBSN. You can also stream the evens on the Biden Inaugural website.
Who is performing at the inauguration? Lady Gaga is performing the national anthem, while Jennifer Lopez and Garth Brooks are giving special performances. There will also be a poetry reading by Amanda Gorman.
What is the theme? The Presidential Inaugural Committee announced "America United" is the theme, saying on their website, "At a time of unprecedented crisis and deep divisions, America United reflects the beginning of a new national journey that restores the soul of America, brings the country together, and creates a path to a brighter future."
When and how to watch the Celebrating America special: The special will air from 8:30-10 p.m. ET/PT (delayed) on the West Coast on CBS, ABC and NBC, as well as CNN and MSNBC via cable or live TV streaming.
Who is appearing on the special? Tom Hanks is hosting the special. In addition to speeches from the newly-minted president and vice president, the special will feature a duet by Tim McGraw and Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard, as well as performances by Katy Perry, John Legend, Foo Fighters, Bruce Springsteen, Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, Jon Bon Jovi and Ant Clemons.
Is there an inaugural ball? Due to the pandemic, there will not be a ball this year, with the special planned in its place.
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