The president and vice president will join Trump and Vice President Mike Pence for a visit to the White House on Easter Sunday.
The event will mark the first time that Trump and Pence will be in attendance at Easter since they both attended the White’s annual Christmas Eve Easter Egg roll in May, according to the event’s website.
Pence will visit the White house to attend a public service announcement and deliver remarks during the event.
Trump and Pence have previously visited the White, which was renamed “the White House Christmas Tree” after former President Barack Obama.
The Easter Egg rolls have been a favorite tradition for Presidents Donald Trump and Joe Biden since they first visited the island nation in 2013.
The two presidents hosted the first annual event in 2009.