Actress Eva Longoria, Henry R. Muñoz III and Andrés W. López are the executive producers of the 7 PM event, with Longoria serving as host.
Other performers slated to appear include Raúl Esparza, José Feliciano, Juan Diego Flórez, Melanie Griffith, Mario Lopez, Robert Rodriguez, Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner, Ballet Hispanico, Coral Contigas, Coro de Niños de San Juan, the Esperanza Azteca Youth Orchestra and the Pan American Symphony Orchestra.
Salsa singer Frankie Negron will perform at the post-performance food and cocktail reception for all ticketholders.
"Latinos played a critical role in this year's elections and helped tip the scales in President Obama's victory," said Longoria in an earlier statement. "But we are not waiting another four years to make an impact on our country's future, and Latino Inaugural 2013 will set a path for Latino civic engagement in the near term. What better way to establish our presence at these inaugural celebrations than by showcasing the beauty and diversity of our culture at the nation’s premier performing arts center."
With In Performance, Latino Inaugural 2013 highlights the contributions of Latinos to the American cultural landscape, emphasizing the importance of Latino arts to the future of the nation's most established cultural institutions, including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.