Diana Ross will perform at the BBC Platinum Party At The Palace concert.
Legend Motown and former Supremes star will return to the UK at Buckingham Palace on Saturday, June 4, as part of a four-day banking holiday commemorating the 70th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s reign on the British throne, according to The Times. the newspaper.
The hitmaker “I’m Coming Out” has not performed in the UK since 2007.
The 78-year-old Diana was supposed to go on the “Thank U Tour” tour in 2020, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition to the concert at the palace, hitmaker “Upside Down” in June this year, among other festivals, will play in the Sunday afternoon slot “Legends of Legends” in Glastonbury.
George Ezra has previously been confirmed for the Royal Concert, and Queen guitarist Brian Mae has suggested that he will also be part of the extravaganza.
“Shoutgun”, a 28-year-old hitmaker, said: “I can’t tell you how happy I am to be attending the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee concert, which is an incredible honor when I was asked.”
The BBC, which will broadcast the show, is expected to announce the full bill in the coming days.
Spectators of the house and 10,000 visitors of the concert, who attend in person, are waiting for three scenes and epic 3D projections that radiate throughout the palace.
Citizens will receive half of the tickets from the ballot.
A statement from the Palace added: “The remaining tickets will be available to charities, including those working in support of youth, the military, the environment and those who supported communities during the pandemic.”