We still may not know who will be performing at Donald Trump’s inauguration on Jan. 20, but we do know what acts will come out for the pre-party.
Trump’s Presidential Inaugural Committee on Friday announced an array of performers who will take the stage at a concert Jan. 19 at the Lincoln Memorial, including some country music favorites, a band popular in the early aughts and a theater legend.
Those who are expected to perform or appear included country singer Toby Keith, actor Jon Voight, singer Jennifer Holliday and the band 3 Doors Down.
The “‘Make America Great Again!’ Welcome Celebration” will take place Thursday, January 19th and… https://t.co/gU15HuQyJP
— 3 DOORS DOWN (@3doorsdown) January 13, 2017
The concert, artfully named The Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration, is also slated to feature military bands, fireworks and an appearance from the President-elect himself.
Not able to make it to Washington? Never fear, as Trump’s inaugural committee said the concert would be broadcast live and open to air on all U.S. networks, although it was unclear at what time or on what networks the concert would air.
The concert is scheduled to follow another event dubbed “Voices of the People,” which will include performances by bands and choirs who applied to be part of the festivities.