The party, which will be shown live on the BBC from the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday 21st April, is set to feature performances from Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones, Craig David, Sting and Shaggy (!), to name a few.
It will form part of a weekend-long celebration of Queen Elizabeth II, which will also feature two one-off programmes from broadcaster George Alagiah and comedian Lenny Henry.
Alagiah’s The Queen: Her Commonwealth Story will explore the history behind the Queen’s Commonwealth, and Henry’s The Commonwealth Kid will explore the deep-rooted bond between Britain and its subsidiaries.
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