Weren’t lucky enough to get tickets to the concert? Catch all the unmissable performances at home (Picture: Chris Furlong/DP/Getty)
Celebrations in honour of Queen Elizabeth II’s mighty 70-year reign are well underway, and the highly-anticipated Platinum Party at the Palace promises to keep festivities going during this four-day bank holiday weekend.
Taking place on today (June 4), the concert will light up the grounds of Buckingham Palace with a star-studded lineup, fit for a Queen.
Iconic divas Alicia Keys and Diana Ross will share the stage with the likes of Craig David, Duran Duran, and the legendary Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli.
Joining them will be UK Eurovision entrant Sam Ryder, as well as pop singer George Ezra and composer Hans Zimmer. Sir Elton John will also feature in the concert in a prerecorded segment.
If you weren’t one of the lucky 22,000 to get tickets to the show, never fear – you can still watch the full event from the comfort of your own home.
Here is everything you need to know about watching the historic concert on TV.
How to watch the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee concert on TV
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee concert will be broadcast in its entirety on BBC One tonight.
Queen will be performing for Her Majesty (Picture: Don Arnold/WireImage)
It starts at 7.30pm, and continues for three hours until 10.30pm.
The programme will also be available to stream on the BBC iPlayer.
If you prefer to listen to the concert on the radio, tune into BBC Radio 2, which will also be broadcasting the concert.
Kirsty Young and Roman Kemp will host the concert’s live coverage, with Roman catching up with the stars backstage and Kirsty in St James’s Park alongside some special guests.
Platinum Party at the Palace full line-up
The full concert line-up for the Platinum Party at the Palace:
Queen and Adam Lambert
Sir Elton John (Pre-recorded)
The presenters at the event will include:
Sir David Attenborough
Dame Julie Andrews
The Royal Ballet
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