FIRST-ACCESS PASSES NOW AVAILABLE!
Free First-Access Passes: These passes provide patrons with first access to seating in the theater. Seating is "first-come, first-served" for the performance and passes do not guarantee a seat. Limit 4 First Access Passes per person.
Patrons who do not have a First-Access Pass can join the stand-by line beginning at 10am outside the theater. Patrons in the stand-by line will be let into the theater at 10:45am if seats are still available.
As Americans descend upon Washington D.C. for the second term inauguration of President Barack Obama, South Floridians will once again gather at the Adrienne Arsht Center for a special Community Celebration and Live Television Simulcast of the Inauguration. The event will feature the live simulcast of the swearing in of the President and the inaugural address. There will also be the on-site presentation of the colors by South Florida’s own Homestead Senior High School Air Force JROTC Color Guard, live musical performance by the New World School of the Arts Concert Choir with guest soloist Bianca Sirgany-Castro, the winner of the Sparkle singing challenge.
Event attendees are encouraged to bring school supplies, toiletries, new socks, and new undergarments to be donated to the Chapman Partnership, which operates a Homeless Assistance Center in downtown Miami.
Organizations and individuals interested in offering sponsorship support for this event may contact the Arsht Center Advancement Department at (786) 468-2243.
Parking will be available for $5 at the Miami Parking Authority’s Lot C, located on NE 13 Street and Biscayne Boulevard.