The 2013 Presidential Inaugural Parade takes shape

The 2013 Presidential Inaugural Parade takes shape

Inauguration 2013

Monday, January 21, 2013
Inaugural Ceremony, Capitol Hill
11:00am ET

Inaugural Parade, Pennsylvania Avenue
2:35pm ET (estimated)

Commander-in-Chief’s Inaugural Ball
7:00pm ET (estimated)

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The Presidential Inaugural Committee

Following their historic re-election, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will formally recommit to serving the people of this great nation at the 57th Presidential Inauguration in January.

The first round of inaugural parade participants have been announced, and groups across the country are excited to be part of the historic occasion. Additional groups will be announced.

Inaugural Parade Participants 

Below is a list of the organizations that have accepted an invitation to march in the 57th Inaugural Parade. Invitations are being made and accepted as part of an ongoing process.

Groups invited to participate in the parade are listed alphabetically below.

54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment
Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts

54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment Company B
Silver Spring, Maryland

A Therapeutic Equine Assisted Self-Confidence Experience (ATEASE)
Cottage Grove, Wisconsin

Asheville High School Marching Band
Asheville, North Carolina

Ballou Senior High School “Majestic” Marching Knights
Washington, D.C.

Boston Crusaders Drum & Bugle Corps
Boston, Massachusetts

Boy Scout Troop 358
Grace Baptist Church of Germantown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Calera Eagle Marching Band
Calera High School Calera, Alabama

Canine Companions for Independence
Fauquier County, Virginia

Chinese American Community Center Folk Dance Troupe
Newark, Delaware

Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard
Fort Riley, Kansas

Culver Academies
Culver, Indiana

Dobyns-Bennett High School Marching Band
Kingsport, Tennessee

Fergus Falls High School Marching Band
Fergus Falls, Minnesota

Frankfort High School Marching Band
Ridgeley, West Virginia

Georgia State University Marching Band
Atlanta, Georgia

Grambling State University Marching Band
Grambling, Louisiana

Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission
Charleston, South Carolina

Isiserettes Drill & Drum Corp
Des Moines, Iowa

Jackson Memorial Jaguar Band
Jackson Memorial High School Jackson, New Jersey

Kamehameha Schools Warrior Marching Band
Honolulu, Hawaii

Lesbian and Gay Band Association
St. Louis, Missouri

Letcher County Central Marching Band
Letcher County Central High School Whitesburg, Kentucky

Liberty North High School Band
Liberty, Missouri

Little Rock Central High School Marching Band
Little Rock, Arkansas

Londonderry High School Marching Band and Color Guard
Londonderry, New Hampshire

Miami University Marching Band
Oxford, Ohio

Michigan’s Multi-jurisdictional Mounted Police Drill Team and Color Guard
Ypsilanti, Michigan

Military Spouses of Michigan
Michigan

Native American Women Warriors
Billings, Montana

Navajo Nation Band
Window Rock, Arizona

Norwich University Regimental Band
Northfield, Vermont

Palmview High School Mariachi and Folkloric Group
Mission, Texas

Punahou Band P
unahou School Honolulu, Hawaii

Seguro Que Si
Orlando, Florida

South Shore Drill Team
Chicago, Illinois

The 81st Regional Support Command Wildcats
Fort Jackson, South Carolina

The Gym Dandies Children’s Circus
Scarborough Maine Schools Scarborough, Maine

The Northern State University Wolves’ Marching Band
Aberdeen, South Dakota

United War Veterans Council
New York, New York

University of Maryland Marching Band
College Park, Maryland

Virginia Military Institute Marching Unit
Lexington, Virginia

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One Comment on “The 2013 Presidential Inaugural Parade takes shape”

  1. Jueseppi B. Says:

    Thank you Dilemma X for this information….

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