As of this week, President Barack Obama will spend his final days in the White House as a brand new president will be sworn in. On Friday, the winner of the 2016 election, Republican candidate Donald Trump, will officially take over as the new President of the United States. As with previous presidents, a large event is planned where Trump will be celebrated as the new leader of the nation. Of course, that brings with it a lot of different emotions from many people as well as questions as what is to come for the United States. For those who will be watching, it also raises the question of what time the Presidential Inauguration for 2017 will be shown live on television or live streaming.

Here's the latest information for what could be the biggest event until the 2017 Super Bowl date arrives.

Who are the inauguration performers?

It's been mentioned that Donald Trump will be entering the White House with "historically low approval ratings" via websites such as Vox. There's been a lot of backlash over his victory in last November's election over Hilary Clinton, and there have been plenty of celebrities who haven't been afraid to voice their opinions against Trump. That has meant some performers turned down invites to appear on Friday. However, there will still be some notable performers on hand to celebrate the newest president's inauguration.

Among them will be 16-year-old singing talent Jackie Evancho, singer Lee Greenwood, country music star Toby Keith, rock band 3 Doors Down, DJ Ravidrums, and YouTube stars The Piano Guys.

Many of these performers will be a part of the pre-inauguration concert to welcome in the newest President of the United States. There will also be a parade for Donald Trump following the inauguration event.

Inauguration viewing schedule

As mentioned, Friday, January 20th is the official date of the Presidential Inauguration for Donald Trump.

The big event is scheduled for coverage to start at 10 or 11 a.m. Eastern Time on Friday morning and run through at least 4 p.m. Eastern Time. That will mean most regularly scheduled programs on the networks won't be shown during those times including the latest "General Hospital" episode or other soaps, talk shows, and other programs.

Since this is a huge event to swear in the new President of the United States, it means many TV networks will be covering the Inauguration. That means CBS, ABC, NBC, and FOX will have coverage, as well as CNN. CNN's coverage begins as early as 9 a.m. Eastern Time. They also are covering the Inaugural Parade as of 2 p.m. Eastern Time through 7 p.m. Eastern Time.

Most of the aforementioned channels also offer live streaming through their websites or any compatible apps on mobile devices, smart TVs, and streaming media devices. SlingTV is also a free streaming option that new customers can sign up for an enjoy a free week trial. The SlingTV basic channel lineup includes CNN, allowing viewers to enjoy the full day of coverage of the 2017 Presidential Inauguration.