Lots of celebrations around the coronation of King Charles | Royal family

Lots of celebrations around the coronation of King Charles |  Royal family

Celebrations will surround the coronation of King Charles on May 6. Buckingham Palace announced this on Saturday night.

A special concert will take place at Windsor Castle on May 7. It is produced and broadcast live by BBC.

It is not yet known who will be performing, but according to Buckingham Palace, they will be “icons of world music and contemporary artists.” Also “world class” orchestras play, and there are “some of the greatest artists and dancers”.

Coronation Choir is also on stage. These are singers from refugee, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, bisexual, and sign language choirs. A few thousand Britons can get two free tickets to the concert through a lottery.

People from the United Kingdom are invited to organize the so-called Grand Coronation Lunch on May 7th. Initiative should combat loneliness and allow friendships to flourish.

One day later, people are asked to dedicate themselves to their comrades during The Big Help Out. Many charities conduct activities where the British can help and do something for the community.

Earlier it was announced that Charles would be crowned on May 6 at Westminster Abbey in London. The service contains religious aspects and traditions.

King Charles and Queen Camilla arrive in procession, The King’s Procession, from Buckingham Palace. After the service, the royal couple will return there with the rest of the royal family. At the end of the day, the royal family will greet the public from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.

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