What time is the inaugural parade today, January 20 2021?

JOE Biden’s inauguration festivities will continue with the traditional inaugural parade.

Unlike pervious inaugural parade’s, Biden‘s ceremony, which is dubbed Parade Across America, will be celebrated without a live crowd and will be virtual due to the coronavirus.

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What time is the inaugural parade today?

The inaugural parade will begin at 3:15pm.

Biden’s inaugural parade will feature musical performances, dances, drumlines from Biden and Kamala Harris‘ alma maters, hellos from American heroes and much more.

Biden’s festivities will continue into the evening with the primetime special Celebrating America, which will be hosted by Tom Hanks.

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Celebrating America will air at 8:30pm on a number of networks including ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, MSNBC and PBS.

The primetime special will also be streaming on services like Hulu, YouTube TV and Sling.

How can I watch the inaugural parade?

The inaugural parade will begin at 3:15pm, and will area on a number of networks like ABC, CBS, NBC, and PBS.

Like his Celebrating America special, his inaugural parade will also be streaming live on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Amazon Prime Video and more.

The parade will be hosted by actor Tony Goldwyn.

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How will it kick off?

After his swear in, President Biden and the Presidential Escort will be joined by drumlines from the alma maters of both him and Vice President Harris, the University of Delaware and Howard University respectively.

The drumlines will escort them from 15th Street to the White House, where they’ll perform to help kick off the parade.

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That same escort will also include representatives of each military branch, including the U.S. Army Band, a Joint Service Honor Guard and the Commander in Chief’s Guard Fife.

Charlie Brotman, who’s announced nearly every inaugural parade since President Dwight D Eisenhower in the 1950s, will be the voice of that portion of the event.

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