Sir Paul McCartney has been confirmed as one of the performers for a concert arranged to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond jubilee, it has confirmed.
The former Beatles legend will be joined by the likes of Elton John, Madness and Jessie J at the event, which has been organised by Take That‘s Gary Barlow.
Taking place on June 4th, the concert will be held in the surroundings of the Queen Victoria Memorial in front of Buckingham Palace on a stage designed by architect Mark Fisher.
It will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC Radio 2 in the UK, while exclusive highlights will be aired on the ABC network in the US the following day.
“BBC One is honoured to be the broadcast host of this magnificent concert to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee,” Danny Cohen, controller of BBC One has said. “This will be a musical event like no other, with Britain’s greatest musical stars performing to celebrate this great occasion.”Just Published:
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