Tomorrow's the big day, and you're either super psyched for it, or you're preparing to stick your head in the oven.
Either way, here's a rundown of who's playing DONALD TRUMP's inauguration . . . and who's protesting it.
TOBY KEITH is helping to kick things off by playing TONIGHT at the pre-inaugural Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration at the Lincoln Memorial.
He'll be joined by 3 Doors Down, Lee Greenwood, and R&B legend Sam Moore . . . formerly of the legendary duo Sam & Dave, who did "Soul Man".
There will also be a performance by the Frontmen of Country . . . featuring Lonestar's Richie McDonald, Restless Heart's Larry Stewart, and former Little Texas singer Tim Rushlow.
Jon Voight will speak at the event.
Also Thursday night, Big & Rich will be joined by Cowboy Troy at the Great America Alliance Inaugural Gala.
As for the actual inauguration on Friday, JACKIE EVANCHO from "America's Got Talent" is singing the national anthem. And even though there's been some controversy, the Radio City Rockettes are still slated to perform.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir will also perform at the ceremony.
Tim Rushlow from the Frontmen of Country returns Friday night, when Tim Rushlow & His Big Band play standards from the American songbook at the Freedom Ball.
Their selections will include Frank Sinatra's "My Way" for Donald and MELANIA's first dance.
Tony Orlando and Dawn will perform at the Salute to Our Armed Services Ball . . . and there are unconfirmed reports that the Beach Boys are playing an event tonight, and Michael Flatley will dance for Donald tomorrow.
Sadly for our president-elect, the Women's March in Washington on Saturday is attracting way more star power.
The list of women expected to be there include Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore, Katy Perry, Amy Schumer, Patricia Arquette, America Ferrera, Cher, 16-year-old Yara Shahidi from the TV show "Black-ish" . . .
Frances McDormand, Jessica Chastain, Olivia Wilde, Debra Messing, 15-year-old Rowan Blanchard from "Girl Meets World", Chloe Grace Moretz, Uzo Aduba and other cast members from "Orange is the New Black" . . .
Lena Dunham, Samantha Bee, Sheri Shepherd,Zendaya, Danai Gurira from "The Walking Dead", Patricia Arquette, Solange, and Padma Lakshmi.
There will also be performances by Janelle Monae, Maxwell, Angelique Kidjo, Mary Chapin Carpenter, the Indigo Girls, MC Lyte, and Samantha Ronson, among others.
Beyoncé showed her support on Facebook, but there's no indication she'll actually be there.