Stage, screen and sports stars will help celebrate the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II on the British throne at a live event hosted by BBC Studio Productions at Buckingham Palace. In Platinum Party Park.
Queen + Adam Lambert, Elton John and Diana Ross will all be performing at the Platinum Jubilee, which will be broadcast live on June 4, with David Attenborough, soccer star David Beckham, Stephen Fry, Julie Andrews and tennis players from Breakout British.
Brian May’s Golden Jubilee performance on the roof of Buckingham Palace 20 years ago, Queen + Adam Lambert will inaugurate the event with a specially created performance. Elton John recorded a special performance from Italy, while Sam Ryder, who finished second in Eurovision, will also perform over the weekend.
Other music stars include Alicia Kiss, Hans Zimmer, Craig David and Niles Rogers, before Diana Ross closed the two-and-a-half-hour show with her first live UK performance in 15 years.
The Platinum Party Stage Design consists of three steps, connected by a walkway in front of Buckingham Palace and The Queen Victoria Memorial. Stage two sits directly in front of the palace, for the first time the residence of the queen’s house has been made that way.
The evening will be centered around global themes that have begun or evolved in the expansion of the empire due to the extraordinary British and Commonwealth contributions. Fashion, sports, the environment, pop music and musical instruments – the latter, created by Andrew Lloyd Webber, has a special composer’s presence and Of Hamilton Cast and special guests featuring Lynn-Manuel Miranda and Performance Opera Phantom, Hamilton, Six, The Lion King And Joseph and the amazing technical dreamcoat.
Host Kirsty Young and Roman Kemp will lead the live coverage, which is expected to be attended by 22,000 people, including 10,000 tickets allotted in a public ballot and more than 7,500 tickets for key staff, members of the armed forces, volunteers and charities. There are 6
Charlotte Moore, the BBC’s chief content officer, said Platinum party at the park An “incredible, once-in-a-lifetime event” will be broadcast live across the BBC with amazing star-studded performers celebrating the Queen’s vital 70 years on the throne. “