How are Charlie Brotman and Tony Goldwyn involved in Biden’s virtual Inauguration Day parade?

ALTHOUGH President Joe Biden will not be able to celebrate his Inauguration Day with masses of crowds, festivities have still been organized for America's new leader.

Biden was sworn into office as the 46th president of the United States on January 20 in front of a socially distanced crowd of senators and congressmen.

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How are Charlie Brotman and Tony Goldwyn involved in Biden's Inauguration Day parade?

President Biden's Inauguration Parade will see a host of familiar names and faces.

Hollywood actor Tony Goldwyn, 60, will host the affair.

Goldwyn played fictional U.S. President Fitzgerald Grant III on the hit ABC series Scandal.

Charlie Brotman, who's announced nearly every inaugural parade since President Eisenhower in the '50s, will be the voice of that portion of the event.

There is set to be 1,400 participants, 95 horses, and nine dogs, so viewers can expect plenty of fun.

When does the parade start?

The parade is a virtual affair, kicking off at 3:15 pm EST.

The parade is set to feature "musical performances, dances, hellos from American heroes and more," according to People.

Biden's is the first inaugural parade to ever include participants representing all 56 U.S. states and territories.

Director and choreographer Kenny Ortega will lead a Dance Across America segment featuring 275 participants in 30 different states and two territories.

Who else will be there?

Comedian, writer, producer, director, political commentator Jon Stewart will be seen as the parade festivities unfold.

DJ Cassidy will invite Earth, Wind & Fire to the stage, as well as Nile Rodgers and Kathy Sledge.

These timeless acts will be followed by Andra Day, The Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, The Washington Chorus, and The Triumph Baptist Church Choir.

Olympic athletes like figure skater Nathan Chen, track and field star Allyson Felix and swimmer Katie Ledecky will also take part.

Nathan Apodaca, the viral TikTok sensation who shot to fame for his singing, skateboarding, cranberry-juice-drinking video will also be present.

How can I watch the parade?

You can watch the festivities online on the Presidential Inaugural Committee's (PIC) YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Twitch accounts.

The parade will air live on Amazon Prime Video, Microsoft Bing, NewsNOW from Fox and AT&T U-verse and DIRECTIV.

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