By Geneva Sands - 01/21/13 03:11 PM EST
The 57th inaugural ceremonies begin at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 21, with the public swearing-in of Vice President Biden and President Obama.
At noon, the president will deliver his Inauguration Day address. The ceremony is followed by a lunch in the Capitol Building.
Afterwards, Obama and first lady Michelle Obama depart Capitol Hill to participate in the inaugural parade.
According to The Associated Press, government officials expect between 500,000 and 700,000 people to participate in the inauguration, smaller than original crowd estimates and a much smaller figure than the estimated 1.8 million people who descended on Washington, D.C., four years ago.
Obama was officially sworn in for his second term on Sunday, accompanied by his family in a short ceremony at the White House. It is constitutionally mandated that the president take office on Jan. 20.
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, who administered the oath of office on Sunday, will also deliver the oath during the public ceremony. Obama will use two Bibles to take the oath of office — one used by President Abraham Lincoln for his 1861 inauguration and another owned by Martin Luther King Jr.
This is the second time that the public ceremony coincides with Martin Luther King Jr. Day.