For example, a special concert at Windsor Castle on May 7 will be produced and broadcast live by the BBC. It’s not yet known who will perform, but according to Buckingham Palace it will be a mix of “international music icons and contemporary artists”. Also playing is a ‘world-class’ band, with ‘some of the best entertainers and dancers’.
Thousands of Britons could win two free tickets to the concert in a lottery. The Coronation Choir will also be on stage: choirs of refugees, lhbti and sign language choirs, among others.
People from all over the UK are invited to organize what is known as the Coronation Big Lunch on 7 May. The initiative aims to combat loneliness and foster friendships. A day later, people are invited to dedicate themselves to their fellow man during The Big Help Out; Charities run activities that can help and do something for the UK community.
It was previously announced that Charles would be crowned on May 6 at Westminster Abbey in London. The service has religious aspects and traditions. King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla arrive from Buckingham Palace in what is known as the King’s Procession.
After the service, the royal couple will return with the rest of the royal family. At the end of the day, the royal family welcomes the public from the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
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