THE FULL LIST OF THE QUEEN’S PLATINUM jubilee PARADE, CONCERTS, AND HOLIDAY EVENTS

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THE COMPLETE LIST OF THE QUEEN’S PLATINUM jubilee PARADE, CONCERTS, AND BANK HOLIDAY EVENTS

The full program for Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee has been unveiled by BUCKINGHAM PALACE.

As she marks 70 years of service, Her Majesty, 95, will become the first British monarch to do so.

The Queen and members of the Royal Family will travel across the country throughout the year to mark the occasion, taking part in a variety of engagements.

Prior to the festivities, the Palace released the entire schedule on Monday.

Parades, concerts, and a Bank Holiday are all part of the festivities.

Following doctors’ orders to rest last year, it’s unclear which events Her Majesty will attend.

On January 10th, the Platinum Pudding Competition will kick off the festivities.

It is organized by Fortnum and Mason and aims to find a dish that can be dedicated to the Queen’s historic event.

An expert panel, including Dame Mary Berry, will judge the recipes.

The Queen’s Green Canopy initiative will continue to plant new trees, which she will be presented with at the end of the year.

Over 500 horses and 1,000 performers are expected to take part in a show in the grounds of Windsor Castle from May 12 to 15.

From Elizabeth I to the present, the audience will be taken on a journey through royal history.

The remainder of the festivities are scheduled for later this year.

The Queen’s Birthday Parade, also known as Trooping the Colour, will take place in Horse Guards Parade on June 2nd, kicking off a special four-day bank holiday.

The UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, and UK overseas territories will all light a beacon on the same day.

The beacon will be lit at the same time as Buckingham Palace’s main beacon.

A Thanksgiving service for the Queen’s reign will be held on June 3 at St Paul’s Cathedral, ahead of the star-studded Platinum Party at the Palace on June 4.

Some of the world’s biggest names in entertainment are expected to attend the party.

On June 5, street parties are being planned all over the United Kingdom, with neighbors expected to come together for food and fun to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The Bank Holiday will come to an end.

The pageant’s master, Adrian Evans, revealed that the Queen and her late husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, will be honored with a special tribute.

Philip, Prince of Wales, passed away.

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