The Post's Ed O'Keefe details the pomp and circumstance of the most-watched political event of the year, the annual State of the Union address. (Theresa Poulson/The Washington Post)

For those interested in President Obama's State of the Union address tonight, here's all you need to know:

What time is the speech?

The speech will take place at 9 p.m. Eastern/8 p.m. Central/7 p.m. Mountain/6 p.m. Pacific time.

Where is the speech?

The State of the Union is delivered in front of a joint session of Congress, with House and Senate members, Cabinet officials and even Supreme Court justices packing the House chamber in the United States Capitol.

Where can I watch it?

The Washington Post and Post Politics will be pairing video of the speech with live updates and analysis. We'll get things started early this evening, around 6 or 7  p.m. eastern; simply check back at Post Politics then.

Can I get a little State of the Union preview?

Here are a couple pieces to get you started:

"Obama to raise minimum wage for government contract workers" -- Zachary A. Goldfarb

"For Obama, an address focused on what’s achievable" -- AP

"Wonkbook: The policies in tonight’s State of the Union" -- Evan Soltas

"Democrats hope Obama’s State of Union speech will be start of populist agenda" -- Zachary A. Goldfarb