Keeping up with the Presidential Inauguration

Stay updated and connected to the weekend's activities.

By on January 18, 2013

The 57th Presidential Inauguration is just around the corner and it has never been easier to stay connected with the activities.

For the first time, the Presidential Inauguration Committee has released an official app that allows users to follow Inauguration Week activities. You can even stream the ceremony live from the app on Monday, Jan. 21 if you won’t be attending the Swearing-In Ceremony or the Inaugural Parade.    

If you’re celebrating in D.C., be sure to check out the National Mall and download the National Mall app. This app provides a calendar of events, tours, maps and even an augmented reality-feature lens that lets you view your surroundings through your device and see labels identifying the sites and landmarks of the National Mall.  

No matter where you are, join the President and the Presidential Inauguration Committee on Saturday, Jan. 19 for the National Day of Service, honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This website includes more about where official events are taking place and how you can host your own “Day of Service” event.

For more information on the Inauguration, check out The Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies mobile site, designed to give those attending the ceremony easy access by smartphone or tablet to ticket and travel information.