Buckingham Palace will do its best Glastonbury impression this evening as a host of acts perform across three stages to celebrate 70 years of Queen Elizabeth II. Let's hope the toilets are in a better state than the ones on Worthy Farm though, eh?
The Platinum Party at the Palace is a ticket-only affair but it's free to watch and stream on BBC iPlayer in the UK from 7:30pm on Saturday, 4th June. Travelling away from the UK? Make sure you know how to watch a Platinum Party at the Palace free live stream from wherever you are.
All the Queen's favourites have been lined up to perform: Queen and Adam Lambert, Alicia Keys, Craig David, Mabel, Nile Rodgers, Diversity, Eurovision hero Sam Ryder, and loads more. There will also be appearances by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Lin-Manuel Miranda, plus a specially recorded performance from Elton John.
Kirsty Young and Roman Kemp will host the BBC's coverage of the show, with a crowd of 22,000 in attendance, including 7500 key workers, military personnel, charity staff and volunteers.
The Platinum Party at the Palace start time is 7:30pm BST (2:30pm ET) on Saturday 4th June, on BBC One and streams live on BBC iPlayer (free of charge). Make sure you know how to watch a Platinum Party at the Palace live stream from anywhere.
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Watch a Platinum Party at the Palace free live stream
In the UK, BBC iPlayer (opens in new tab) will stream Platinum Party at the Palace free of charge.
Simply sign up for a BBC account (opens in new tab) with an email address and a UK postcode (e.g. W1A 1AA). Done? You're good to go!
Of course, BBC iPlayer is ONLY available within the UK (and with a valid TV licence).
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Can you watch Platinum Party at the Palace in the USA
There doesn't appear to be any US-specific coverage of Platinum Party at the Palace but remember UK nationals who are outside the UK can watch Platinum Party at the Palace free of charge on BBC iPlayer right now using a VPN (opens in new tab). Details just above.
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Line-up: Who's playing Platinum Party at the Palace?
Over 30 artists and performers will appear at Platinum Party at the Palace. They include:
- Queen + Adam Lambert
- Alicia Keys
- Hans Zimmer
- Ella Eyre
- Craig David
- George Ezra
- Duran Duran
- Andrea Bocelli
- Mimi Webb
- Sam Ryder
- Jax Jones
- Nile Rodgers
- Diana Ross