Inaugural Procession and Ball
Governor Little, First Lady Teresa will join state constitutional officers and their families for the Inaugural Procession and Ball inside the Idaho State Capitol, located at 700 W. Jefferson St. in Boise, at 8 p.m.
The Inaugural Procession and Ball is a non-partisan event that continues Idaho’s long-standing tradition of honoring state elected officials. The Inaugural Ball was first held in the newly built Capitol building following the inauguration of John M. Haines as Idaho’s 10th governor in 1913. This 49th Inaugural Ball will continue the traditional Grand Procession.
Doors open promptly at 7 p.m., and early admissions will not be allowed to ensure security. Attendees can enter the Capitol from 6th or 8th Street on the first and second floors.
Jefferson Street between 6th and 8th Street and 8th Street between Jefferson and State Street will be closed to traffic. Free parking is available at all Capitol Mall parking lots.
Credentialed media members should enter the Capitol on the first floor at the State Street entrance at 7 p.m. to meet Lt. Col. Chris Borders and Public Affairs support staff for a briefing on the evening’s events. Parking for this event is in the parking lot at the northwest corner of 8th and Jefferson Street.
Ticket sales finance the Inaugural Ball, and admission to the event is by ticket only. Tickets are $35 for adults and $20 for children under 12 years of age. Tickets are available for sale to the public at idaho-inaugural-ball.eventbrite.com.