Check Out Today's Full List of Performers for Inauguration Day!

Joe Biden Sworn In As 46th President Of The United States At U.S. Capitol Inauguration Ceremony

Joe Biden Sworn In As 46th President Of The United States At U.S. Capitol Inauguration Ceremony

Regardless of political sides, Inauguration day is one of America's most honorable and historical events. Many of the biggest names will appear during tonight's (Jan 20) “Celebrating America” primetime special, and several entertainment luminaries will take part in the inaugural parade, and even the inauguration ceremony itself on Capitol Hill to celebration and unite our country.

Check out the full list of performers and celebrity appearances below!

Lady Gaga

Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard

Garth Brooks

Foo Fighters

John Legend

Bruce Springsteen

Demi Lovato

Justin Timberlake and Ant Clemons

Jon Bon Jovi

Black Pumas

Jennifer Lopez

Keke Palmer

New Radicals

Andra Day

Additional Stars:

Amanda Gorman will be reading a poem in this inauguration, the first national youth poet laureate.

Tom Hanks, who is set to host Wednesday night’s star-studded inauguration special “Celebrating America.”

Eva Longoria will introduce various segments throughout the “Celebrating America” special.

Kerry Washington will temporarily resume her White House duties as a presenter during Wednesday night’s telecast.

Lin-Manuel Miranda will also be in the room where it happens for the “Celebrating America” special.

Lakers legend Abdul-Jabbar could very well be the MVP of Wednesday’s “Celebrating America” broadcast.

Tony Goldwyn, the "scandal star" and onscreen POTUS will emcee Wednesday’s “Parade Across America” as the University of Delaware and Howard University drumlines escort Biden and Harris from 15th Street to the White House

Jon Stewart, former “Daily Show” host will also participate in the parade.

TikTok sensation Nathan Apodaca will skateboard into the “Parade Across America” as well — perhaps to the tune of Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.”

Olympic sprinter Felix, figure skater Chen and swimmer Ledecky will once again represent the United States during Wednesday’s parade.

Director and choreographer Kenny Ortega will lead the “Dance Across America” segment of the parade, featuring 275 performers from 30 states and two territories.

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