The Queen’s 2022 Platinum Anniversary celebrations were unveiled at Buckingham Palace.
This coming June the British will enjoy an additional holiday to celebrate 70 years since Her Majesty came to the throne.
Now the palace has confirmed which celebrations will take place over this long weekend.
How will the Queen’s platinum anniversary be celebrated in 2022?
Celebrations include Trooping the Color, the lighting of Platinum Jubilee Beacons, followed by a thanksgiving service at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
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In the meantime there will be a live concert called “Platinum Party at the Palace” as well as a big anniversary dinner and a pageant.
When will there be an additional public holiday on the Queen’s Jubilee 2022?
The celebrations will take place from Thursday June 2nd to Sunday June 5th next year.
On Thursday (June 2nd) Trooping the Color will take place with over 1,400 parading soldiers, 200 horses and 400 musicians.
In addition, beacons will light up across the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and UK Overseas Territories that day.
In the meantime, the Thanksgiving Service will take place on Friday (June 3rd) in St. Paul’s Cathedral.
What happens on the weekend?
After that, the Queen will attend the derby in Epsom Downs on Saturday (June 4th) – accompanied by members of the royal family.
Later there will be the Platinum Party at the Palace, where the BBC will stage and broadcast a special live concert from Buckingham Palace.
In the meantime, the Big Jubilee Lunch will take place on Sunday (June 5), where people are “invited to share friendship, food and fun with neighbors,” either at street parties, picnics and a garden grill.
Eventually the pageant will take place with over 5,000 people from across the UK and the Commonwealth.
It will “combine street art, theater, music, circus, carnival and costumes” to celebrate the queen’s reign.
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The Queen ascended the throne on February 6, 1952 after the death of her father, King George V.
Meanwhile, Her Majesty’s coronation took place on June 2, 1953 at Westminster Abbey.
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