British Song Contest singer Sam Ryder is one of the stars who will perform at Buckingham Palace on June 4 to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth. The BBC Confirms the arrival of the singer who finished second for the UK during the Eurovision Song Contest in Turin.
The group includes international stars such as Alicia Keys, Andrea Bocelli, and Duran Duran. There are also performances by Ella Air, Craig David, Celeste, Neil Rodgers, Sigala and Variety, among others. Elton John will also appear, although his performance has been prerecorded in connection with his European tour.
In addition to the many musical performances, sports and movie celebrities will also play a role. For example, Sir David Attenborough, David Beckham and Stephen Fry are part of the party.
The 2.5-hour concert can be followed live on BBC. The Queen will open the show, accompanied by Adam Lambert. Guitarist Brian May was also in attendance during Elizabeth’s 50th anniversary. then play May God protect the Queen On the roof of Buckingham Palace. Legendary American singer Diana Ross will conclude the ceremony.
The Jubilee Party is part of the long festive weekend at the beginning of June that celebrates Elizabeth’s Jubilee. On the previous anniversary of the Queen in 2002 and 2012, large concerts with world stars were also organized. Elton John, Paul McCartney, and Ed Sheeran, among others, took the podium in 2012.
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