President Donald Trump is set to host the first-ever golden dawn ceremony at his Palm Beach, Fla., resort, a White House official said Thursday.
The event, which will include a live performance by the band, is expected to take place at the Mar-A-Lago Club on Saturday, the official said.
Trump, who has made the Marjorie Merriweather Posthumous Grammy Award his own, has been hosting such events in Palm Beach for more than a decade.
The ceremony will be the first time in more than 50 years that Trump has hosted a golden dawn, according to the White House.
The White House confirmed that the Golden Dawn band will perform in the first Golden Dawn salutation of the year, which is the beginning of the Golden Day calendar.
The first salutation was a salutation at the beginning and end of the calendar year in January 2020.
The band will be joined by the U.S. Marine Corps band in a solo performance, the officials said.
Trump has also made a habit of hosting other traditional celebrations for the country, including a Golden Dawn-themed fireworks display in May 2019.
The president will also host the 100th anniversary of the country’s founding in 2018.
Trump also has held the annual celebration of the U,S.
military, and veterans in his Florida estate, Mar-as-Lago.