How to purchase Trooping the Colour 2022 tickets.
The annual parade honoring the Queen’s birthday, TROOPING the Colour, is set to return with a bang this year after two years of Covid-related disruption.
Here’s how to get your hands on tickets to this incredible national event.
On February 6, 2022, Queen Elizabeth II will complete a seven-decade reign as monarch.
In honor of her Platinum Jubilee year, the Queen has planned a jam-packed summer schedule of events, including Trooping the Colour.
Here’s how you can get involved.
For centuries, Trooping the Colour has commemorated the official birthday of the British monarch.
Due to coronavirus, a much smaller version of Trooping the Colour was held at Windsor Castle in 2020 and 2021, with a fraction of the usual crowds.
However, the event is expected to return to Buckingham Palace in all of its splendor this year.
The BBC will broadcast the action live, but there is a procedure to follow if you want to witness it firsthand.
Tickets for Trooping the Colour 2022 are not yet on sale, but they are usually available between January and February.
As a result, applications for this year’s event should be available soon.
Trooping the Colour tickets are distributed by ballot, and the event has previously been in high demand.
Due to the significance of the Platinum Jubilee this year, Trooping the Colour applications may be significantly higher this year.
In previous years, voters could cast their ballots on the Army’s website.
Members of the public will be able to apply for tickets to other Platinum Jubilee events in addition to Trooping the Colour.
The BBC is hosting the Platinum Party at the Palace, which promises a star-studded lineup.
Details of a ballot for UK residents seeking tickets to the show “will be released in due course,” according to the Platinum Jubilee website.
The event is usually held on the second Saturday in June, but this year it will be held on a Thursday.
On Thursday, June 2, 2022, Trooping the Colour will kick off the four-day bank holiday weekend.
The parade, which begins at Buckingham Palace, will feature over 1,400 soldiers, 200 horses, and 400 musicians.
The parade then proceeds down The Mall to Horse Guard’s Parade, passing through the crowds.
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