White House Easter Egg Roll 2019

April 22, 2019

#EggRoll2019

2019 White House Easter Egg Roll Activities and Schedule

This year's event featured an egg roll, egg hunt, music stage, reading nook, egg dyeing, cookie decorating, card-making for troops, "Be Best" hopscotch, "Be Best" mail, musical eggs, costumed characters, tennis activities and many picture taking opportunities.

There was also a State Egg display on the Ellipse featuring designs from students across the nation.

The Reading Nook lineup included: First Lady Melania Trump, General Joseph Keith Kellogg, Jr., Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, Secretary and Mrs. Pompeo, Secretary Wilkie, Administrator Wheeler, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams, Assistant Secretary Frank Brogan

The Easter Egg Roll was live-streamed from the South Lawn of the White House so people could follow along at home.

Guests entered the South Lawn at designated times throughout the day depending on their group assignment:

The White House Easter Egg Roll on Twitter



The @WHEasterEggRoll Twitter feed contains tweets from attendees, special guests, entertainers, volunteers, media and more.




 

Easter Egg Roll Performers


Military bands performed on the Bunny Hop music stage throughout the day. In addition to the bands below, the United States Army Old Guard Fife & Drum Corps also performed.




United States Marine Band   (video)

 


United States Army Band   (video)

 


United States Navy Band   (video)

 


United States Air Force Band   (video)

 

 

Buy Your Souvenir White House Easter Eggs - 2019

Official wooden White House Easter Eggs for 2019


The 2019 White House commemorative Easter eggs are available for purchase here. The official souvenir wooden eggs are sold by the White House Historical Association.

Easter Egg Roll Lottery 2019 Has Closed

Easter Egg Roll tickets are free and were made available via an online lottery from Feb 28th thru March 4th. To enter the lottery, participants are prompted to create an account on the Recreation.gov website. The lottery page has a list of all of the available time slots and entrants rank them in the order of preference. Entrants also specify the number of adults/children on the ticket request screen along with their time slot choices.

Only one application per household is allowed.

The time slots available for this year's Easter Egg Roll (Groups A, B, C, D, and E) were:

Easter Egg Roll lottery ticket screen showing the starting times for each group: A- 7:30AM-9:30AM; B- 9:45-11:45AM; C- 12:15PM-2:15PM; D- 2:30PM-4:30PM; E- 4:45PM-6:45PM

Easter Egg Roll Photos

White House Easter Egg Roll photogallery

 

See more #EasterEggRoll photos on Instagram.


Here are some Easter Egg Roll photos on Flickr

Easter Egg Roll Videos

Watch these videos from the last year's White House Easter Egg Roll.



Official Easter Egg Roll Program

Easter Egg Roll guests received this program in 2017:


 

 

Tips for Attending the White House Easter Egg Roll

The easiest way to get to the White House is by taking the Metro. The closest Metrorail stations to the White House are Federal Triangle (blue and orange lines), Metro Center (blue, orange, and red lines) and McPherson Square (blue and orange lines).

If you do decide to drive, you can find nearby publicly available parking lots and garages here.

Be prepared to wait in long lines when you get there. Your ticket will say what time the line opens up for your group. You may want to get there earlier to get a better place in line. Past Easter Egg Roll attendees have written about their experience and have posted tips and advice for attending the big event. Here are some of the most helpful postings:

White House Easter Egg Roll Volunteers

Each year, the White House puts out a call for Easter Egg Roll volunteers to assist with directions, ticketing, and crowd control. Volunteers must attend an orientation. Volunteer recruitment for the 2019 Easter Egg Roll took place in early March.

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Interesting Facts about the White House Easter Egg Roll

Ticketing

Eggs

Past Easter Egg Roll Performers, Special guests, and Entertainment

Sustainability

Easter Egg Roll Volunteers

History of the White House Easter Egg Roll