While the Kennedy Space Center typically offers tickets for an audience of various launches, this week's SpaceX launch will be a remote viewing event only.
I believe it will be featured on NASA's live feed at the time of launch, 27 May 2020 at 16:32 EDT (4:32PM), weather/operations permitting. I've embedded it below, cross your fingers it all works!
More exciting still, the crew vehicle will launch from LC-39A. If you're at all a fan of space exploration and the potential of space travel, you might recall the 39A pad being used for nearly all Apollo manned missions and several of the Shuttle launches.
Despite being unable to view in person, it's an exciting time for the industry as crewed missions haven't been launched from US soil in a number of years.