NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., Nov. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Great American Inaugural Ball commemorating the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States will be held on January 20, 2017, Inauguration Day, at MGM National Harbor.
The Ball is a see-and-be-seen kind of event and gives visitors to our nation's capital and locals alike a unique opportunity to be a part of this historic inauguration.
The venue, the brand new, luxurious MGM National Harbor, whose long-awaited opening has had the whole Washington area abuzz with excitement, reflects the spirit of those celebrating a new era in US history.
Attendees at the all-inclusive gala can choose from three ticket options to suit all desires and budgets: Main Event (all-inclusive food and beverage), VIP (even more food and beverage options and separate VIP event areas), and the exclusive Velvet Rope level that has all the features of Main Event and VIP, but also boasts access to MGM's private elevator, balconies, and a party suite that overlooks the main entertainment. Dedicated corporate/private suites with separate catering are also available.
All revelers can enjoy the fully-stocked open bars and elegant food stations in multiple event spaces including a spacious 3,000-person theater, a lavish grand ballroom, and the MGM's massive casino where guests can try their luck at slots, table games, and poker.
Partygoers will be treated to non-stop entertainment from a variety of live acts that provide something for everyone: DJs Pat Premier and Chris Styles spinning upbeat party/dance music, For the Win playing Top 40 and Rock covers, the Chicago-based crooner Sam Fazio belting out a mix of American standards and swing tunes, and the Right On Band -- a ten-piece show band with a full horn section that has played at official inaugurals for the last three presidents, the White House, and even for Donald Trump -- performing '70s hits.
"It shouldn't matter whether you're a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian or Independent," said event organizer Michael Little. "We're really here to celebrate America and the optimism we have for the new administration as it guides us through the next four years. Now is the time for us to come together as a nation…and party."