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2017 inaugural ceremonies map and guidelines, revealed

See where ticket holders should be screened

Nearly 250,000 color-coded tickets have been printed for the 58th Presidential Inaugural Ceremonies, and soon they will be ready to be released. Before then, the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies (JCCIC) unveiled the map and guidelines for the upcoming event.

Below, get a look at where certain ticket holders will have their tickets screened and what the nearest Metro stations are.

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Image via Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies

In order to attend the ceremonies, guests as well as children must have a ticket. Those without tickets will still be able to participate in the festivities, but on the National Mall west of 4th Street.

Security screening gates will open at 6 a.m. with music beginning at 9:30 a.m. The opening remarks from JCCIC Chairman and U.S. Senator Roy Blunt will occur at 11:30 a.m.

The tickets for the event won’t be released until Monday, where they will be available for members of Congress first. On Tuesday, Senators will be able to snag some tickets.

For the guidelines on the event, look below.

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Image via Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies