The festive season is open now, but the most concerts you must attend this year will be from your couch for most French people. Event held this Saturday Platinum Party at the Palace In London, an evening bringing together several eminent artists to mark the birth anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II, which is expected to draw 22,000 people.
Held in three stages in front of Buckingham Palace, this evening the group will be opened by Queen + Adam Lambert. American diva Diana Ross, 78, ‘has been asked to perform on such a momentous occasion’, ending it two and a half hours later, her first live performance in the UK for fifteen years.
Disha Paris premiere for London evening
To follow it all from France, you’ll need to join the Paris Premiere which will be offering the concert live and unencrypted exclusively from 9 p.m. onwards. François Pierre Pellinard-Lambert, editor-in-chief of french filmand Jerome Caron, journalist and Approach, will be in the comments. After dusk, replays will be available for free on 6play.
Among the announced artists and celebrities were Alicia Keys, Rod Stewart, Duran Duran, Andrea Bocelli, composer Hans Zimmer (who notably composed the soundtrack to the 25th James Bond), British singers Ella Eyre, Mabel and Mimi Webb, naturalists. David Attenborough, tennis champion Emma Radukanu, former footballer David Beckham, actress Julie Andrews …
Elton John also recorded a special tribute for the evening, broadcast live by the BBC, celebrating the contribution of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth countries to music, environmental, sports and musical comedy, during 70 years of the reign of a hugely popular , but sharply absent, Queen. In addition, Prince Charles and his son William will come to pay tribute to the 96-year-old monarch in declining health, who must watch the concert on television.
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