The Queen is celebrating her sixtieth year on the throne. As part of the festivities, the BBC and Gary Barlow are teaming up to throw a huge concert in front of Buckingham Palace with some of the biggest names from music, dance and musical theatre. Jessie J, JLS and Ed Sheeran are already confirmed to perform.
You’ll be able to watch or listen to the whole concert on the BBC, but if you want to be there – free of charge, and with a picnic in the Palace gardens beforehand – you can enter the ticket ballot here. You have to be 18 or over to apply (and 13 or over to attend) and do it before 2nd March to be in with a chance.
We’ve listed the event in our Pop Diary so you won’t forget. Hit like below if you want to be there.