Queen Elton John and Alicia Keys were among the many celebrities who attended the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Concert on June 4.
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Competing for some festivals, the show will be held on three stages set up in front of Buckingham Palace. They should create a 360 degree space in front of the Palace and the Queen Victoria monument. The 70 columns around the steps represent the 70-year reign of Elizabeth II.
Other artists performing on this special evening include Craig David, Diana Ross, Duran Duran, Elbow, Hans Zimmer, Andrea Bocelli, Nile Rodgers, Rod Stewart, George Ezra and Andrew Lloyd Weber. The latter includes a selection of Broadway’s most beloved shows, for example The Phantom of the Opera, Hamilton, Six, Beast King And Joseph and the Amazing Technician Dreamcoat.
About 22,000 lucky people will be able to attend the concert in person, which will also be broadcast on BBC One and Radio 2 in the UK. The evening will revolve around themes that originated and developed during the Queens’ 70s reign. Many people come on stage during the evening to testify, whether it is Sir David Attenborough, Emma Radukanu, David Beckham, Stephen Fry or Dame Julie Andrews.
“After performing for her on the occasion of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee, we are delighted to be invited back,” Queen members said in a statement. We then asked ourselves: “After the roof of Buckingham Palace, where can we go?” Well … you see! ⁇
Diana Ross, who will be performing for the first time in Great Britain after 15 years, said, “I have had the honor of meeting the Queen a few times in my life, including my family.
Note that at the end of the jubilee parade, the famous British singer Ed Sheeran will sing the next day, June 5.