As the festive season approaches, President Obama and First Lady Michelle are wrapping up their year of events in style. The couple recently attended their final Kennedy Center Honors, where they paid tribute to performing artist who have contributed to American culture.
For his third year, Stephen Colbert hosted the event in Washington DC, and they gave out medallions to members of rock band The Eagles, actor Al Pacino, gospel singer Mavis Staples, singer-songwriter James Taylor, and pianist Martha Argerich.
Michelle Obama looked radiant in a black Gucci gown with glittering green and pink detailing, while Barack Obama looked dashing in a tux.
Can you get more festive than this?
Barack Obama's time as president is almost at a close, but he is determined to go out with a bang and continues to deliver inspiring speeches at public events.
He spoke about the importance of the arts at the event, and how it can change people's lives.
"We need song, and cinema, and paintings and performance to help us challenge our assumptions, to question the way things are and maybe inspire us to think how things might be," he said.
"The arts help us celebrate our triumphs, but also hold up a mirror to our flaws. And all of that deepens our understanding of the human condition, it helps us to see ourselves in each other, it helps to bind us together as a people."
We'll miss you Barack and Michelle!