The Diamond Jubilee Concert live on BBC One, Tonight, 7:30pm

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The Diamond Jubilee celebrations continue tonight with a live concert outside Buckingham Palace.

The BBC and Gary Barlow have brought together a galaxy of great musicians from the last 60 years of rock, pop and classical music, on a stunning stage built around The Queen Victoria Memorial.

The stage sits right in front of Buckingham Palace.

Along with The BBC Concert Orchestra, artists taking part include Shirley Bassey, Alfie Boe, Renée Fleming, Jools Holland, Jessie J, JLS, Elton John, Grace Jones, Tom Jones, Lang Lang, Annie Lennox, Madness, Paul McCartney, Kylie Minogue, Cliff Richard, Ed Sheeran, Robbie Williams and Stevie Wonder – all performing their most popular songs.

Hosts include Lenny Henry, Miranda Hart, Rob Brydon and Lee Mack.

The concert will broadcast live on BBC One, BBC One HD and BBC Radio 2 tonight from 7:30pm and concludes with HM The Queen lightning The National Beacon.

Sky News will also have live coverage of the Queen lighting the beacon.

Posted on Monday 4 June 2012
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