This is every event going on Inauguration Weekend
Doesn't matter – ready or not, on Jan. 20, Trump will take the oath of office and become the 45th president of the United States, succeeding the man against whom he long propagated a racist conspiracy theory.
Here's what will go down this inaugural weekend:
Thursday, Jan. 19
3:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.: Wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
Friday, Jan. 20
3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.: The Inaugural Parade down Pennsylvania Avenue. The parade will feature 8,000 participants. Marching bands and other organizations, including military and veterans groups and the Boy Scouts of America, will march.
7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.: The Inaugural Balls. There will be three balls – the Liberty Ball, the Freedom Ball and the Salute to Our Armed Services Ball – and the Trump and Pence families are expected to appear at each of them.
Saturday, Jan. 21
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.: The National Prayer Service, an interfaith ceremony, will be held at Washington's National Cathedral.
Throughout the weekend, groups opposing Trump will be protesting the inauguration.
Outside of Washington
Not all the protests will be in Washington. Demonstrators are expected to turn out to anti-Trump rallies across the country – and the world.
While the Women's March on Washington will be one of the most prominent D.C. events this weekend, there are more than 600 "sister marches" happening on Jan. 21 around the globe. An estimated 1.4 million people are expected to turn out for Women's Marches.
What will the Obamas be doing?
President Barack Obama will watch the man who for years questioned his citizenship get sworn in. Then, at about 2:45 p.m., the Obamas will be choppered to Joint Base Andrews, where they'll take one last ride on Air Force One – to Palm Springs. There's no word on what the Obamas will do when they arrive in California, but the president has discussed indulging in some well-deserved leisure time and spending time with Michelle.
"I'm not setting my alarm," Obama said on 60 Minutes recently. "That, I'm certain of."