Invitations say black tie and boots are optional for Phil Bryant's inaugural ball.
Mississippi's Republican governor-elect is well known around the Capitol for wearing cowboy boots with his business suits.
The 57-year-old Republican from Rankin County finishes one term as lieutenant governor Jan. 5.
Bryant will be sworn in as Mississippi's 64th governor at noon Jan. 10 at the Capitol. A parade is planned for downtown Jackson that afternoon.
Bryant's inaugural ball begins at 6 p.m. Jan. 10 at the Jackson Convention Complex, and tickets are $50 per person. The inaugural theme is "Rising Together."
Bryant was elected Nov. 8. He succeeds Haley Barbour, who served two terms, the maximum allowed by state law.
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