You can watch live coverage and read live updates of inauguration weekend beginning at 7 a.m. EST on CBS News online.
Other places streaming coverage include:
Local news stations are predicted to cover the inauguration as well: Local News 8, KTVB and KPVI.
The inauguration will be held on the West Front of the United States Capitol Building in Washington D.C. The Chief Justice, John Roberts will swear Mr. Trump into Presidential office while the Supreme Court Justice, Clarence Thomas will swear in Vice President-elect Mike Pence, according to ABC News.
They will be surrounded and supported by members of Congress, the Supreme Court justices, living former presidents, their families and other invited guests at the ceremony, according to CBS News. Officials estimate there will be 800,000 to 900,000 people in Washington for the inauguration events.
Friday’s theme is sticking with the campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
Trump wants his Inauguration Day to celebrate normal Americans and draw attention away from his celebrity status, according to ABC News. “The theme is very simple,” Barrack said to ABC News. “The idea is to have … normal Americans that reflects on them, not on the power and prestige of this man.”
Besides the swearing in, there will also be an “…inaugural parade — which will include 8,000 people from more than 40 organizations — will begin at the Capitol Building and proceed down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House,” according to CBS News.
There will be multiple inaugural balls held in celebration over the course of the weekend.
Jackie Evancho of “America’s Got Talent” will sing the national anthem. Other performers listed are the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Rockettes, Three Doors Down, The Piano Guys and Toby Keith, according to politico.
The complete program can be found at inaugural.senate.gov.