On Monday, President Barack Obama will be sworn in for his second term of office. Will you watch the ceremony and inaugural festivities.
On Monday, Jan. 21, President Barack Obama will be sworn in for his second term as president. Actually, his official swearing in will take place in private ceremony the day before, on Jan. 20, as set out in the Constitution. But since Jan. 20 is a Sunday, the inaugural festivities will be delayed by one day, as is traditional, to Jan. 21. Starting at 11:20 a.m. (EST) - viewers of the Presidential Inauguration will be treated to all the pomp and circumstance, including a ceremonial swearing in, inaugural address, parade and national anthem sung by Beyonce. The inauguration will be carried on all major networks. Obama's first inauguration stirred up a lot of excitement, but that may have ebbed somewhat for his second term. Will you be …
Following is a rundown with dates and times for the 2013 inauguration of President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden.
Sunday, January 20
Sunday is a big day for Falcon fans, but it's also an eventful day for our country as President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden participate in the 57th Presidential Inauguration ceremony scheduled for Jan. 20 at 8:15 a.m. From a parade, two swearing-in ceremonies to glitzy balls, the next few days will be packed with presidential pomp. Do you plan on watching the events? SUNDAY, JAN. 20 Vice President Biden’s Official Swearing-In Location: Naval Observatory Start Time: 8:15 AM ET President Obama’s Official Swearing-In Location: White House - Blue Room Start Time: 11:55 AM ET Historically, Inaugural Ceremonies are not held on a Sunday because Courts and other public institutions are not open. This year, in accordance with the …