Inauguration line-up: Radio City Rockettes, Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Jackie Evancho
When will Donald Trump become President?
Mr Trump will not take office until his inauguration on today (Friday January 20) despite being elected in November.
America's next leader will take the Oath of Office at noon local time during in a swearing-in ceremony at the US Capitol Building in Washington.
Last night musicians also came togther for the Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
Who will perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration?
Singer Jackie Evancho, who shot to fame on America’s Got Talent as a child, is set to perform at Mr Trump’s inauguration ceremony.
The Radio City Rockettes are among the groups performing in the inaugural parade after the ceremony in Washington later this month.
The stunning dancers, who are famous for their high kicks, performed at the inaugurations of George W Bush in 2001 and 2005.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir will appear at the presidential inauguration ceremony – something the choir has also done in the past.
Donald Trump and the Rockettes take part in an event to help The Salvation Army in 2004 New York
Here is a list of the acts that performed at the Make America Great Again! Welcome celebration last night.
- Mississippi rock band 3 Doors Down
- Country star Toby Keith
- Country singer Lee Greenwood
- Piano and cello act The Piano Guys
- Drummer and DJ Ravidrums
- Nashville trio the Frontmen of Country
The so-called "A" list celebrities are all wanting tixs to the inauguration, but look what they did for Hillary, NOTHING. I want the PEOPLE!
— Real DJ Trump Team* (@RealDJTrumpTeam) December 24, 2016
Boris Epshteyn, from the presidential inaugural committee, has denied reports that the team is having trouble finding celebrities to take part.
“It’s not a concert, it’s not about the celebrities… It’s about the people and that’s what we’re concentrating on,” he told CNN.
He said that the Rockettes, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and other performers will “represent the American people” at inauguration events.
Elton John and Celine Dion are among some of the stars that have confirmed that they will not perform at the inauguration.
Kanye West is also not performing on the day despite making a high-profile visit the next US President at Trump Tower last month.
Tom Barrack Jr, chairman of the presidential inaugural committee, said Kanye is not scheduled to sing evn though he and Mr Trump are “good friends’.
Mr Trump has tweeted: "The so-called 'A' list celebrities are all wanting [tickets] to the inauguration, but look what they did for Hillary, NOTHING. I want the PEOPLE!"
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Kanye West and Donald Trump met up at the Trump Tower
Beyonce performed at the last inauguration of outgoing President Barack Obama in 2013.