Inauguration Day is the last day of the US President’s term, which ends on January 20, 2019.
This year’s tour dates are a bit of a surprise.
First up is the Eagles, who are taking the tour from the White House to their new home, the University of Pennsylvania.
It’s not a big event, but for those who have been paying attention, it will likely be the first time Eagles fans see the Eagles since 2006.
The Eagles have been on the road a lot since the inauguration, and this tour marks the first tour for the team since their first tour in 2002.
There will be a lot of people in Philadelphia, but the Eagles have a strong fanbase that is likely to be in attendance.
The Eagles are also making a special appearance in Philadelphia.
In addition to their appearance at the White Senate, the Eagles will perform their annual “Tape of the Day” on the steps of the State House to celebrate their anniversary.
The tape will include Eagles songs and lyrics from their albums, including “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” “My Love,” “I Will Survive,” “In Your Arms,” “The Good Life” and “Sweet Caroline.”
A new show, “The Last Chance” is being filmed at the US Capitol and is scheduled for a date in January.
Tickets go on sale on March 15 and go on-sale for everyone who buys tickets through Ticketmaster.
Tickets for the Eagles’ tour are $20 each, $25 for the rest of the country, and $35 for international customers.
If you are in Philly on Friday, March 15, the Philadelphia Eagles will be hosting the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.
Tickets go on sales on Friday at 10:30 a.m. and go up to $75 for general admission and $95 for premium seating.