Tickets available to Obama’s Oath of Office ceremony through Congressman Garamendi’s office
Ticket requests to the 57th Presidential Inauguration oath of office ceremony on January 21 at the Capitol in Washington are available through the offices of Rep. John Garamendi, who still represents Antioch in the House of Representatives.
Constituents can call his offices in Antioch at (925) 757-7187, Walnut Creek at (925) 932-8899 or Washington at (202) 225-1880; or request tickets online by emailing him by filling out a contact form on his website at garamendi.house.gov. Include your full name, full address, phone number (preferably cellphone), email address and number of tickets requested.
A limited number of tickets are made available to each member of Congress for standing-room admission to the ceremony. Because of the large volume of requests, congressional offices cannot guarantee that all requests will be granted. Those selected will be notified by Dec. 21 and will receive further instructions. Tickets are nontransferable and must be picked up in person by the requesting constituent. Photo identification will be required at the time of pick-up.
Schools and other organizations interested in participating in the Presidential Inaugural Parade may obtain more information and apply at 2013inaugurationparade.army.mil/.
Those interested in attending the president’s inaugural balls, galas and parties should contact the Presidential Inaugural Committee at inaugural.senate.gov for further information on tickets.