The Diamond Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace will be screened live on a giant TV screen, which will be positioned on Bowburn Parkfor all visitors to enjoy.
This is the star-studded concert organised by Gary Barlow which will bring together some of the biggest names from the worlds of music, dance and musical theatre.
To quench your thirst there will be a beer tent and a Pimms tent and if you’re feeling peckish there will be delicious food stalls, a BBQ and hog roast.
Following the Diamond Jubilee concert, Her Majesty The Queen will light the National Beacon at Buckingham Palace, and this will also be shown live on the giant TV screen. To mark the end of the celebrations on Bowburn, the Duchess of Northumberland, Lord Lieutenant of Northumberland, will light Northumberland's Jubilee Beacon on one of the turrets of Alnwick Castle, overlooking Bowburn Park. It promises to be a night to remember!
As a special treat for those born on 2nd June 1953, the date of the Queen’s Coronation, they will receive free entry to The Alnwick Garden and Alnwick Castle for the whole Jubilee weekend, 2nd – 5th June inclusive (they will have to bring photographic proof of ID, i.e. passport, driving licence, etc.).
Gates open at 6pm. Tickets will be scanned and no photocopies will be accepted. Max 6 tickets per transactions. Concert starts approximately 7.30pm, the Northumberland beacon will be lit approximately 10.45pm.
Terms and Conditions
Tickets must be shown upon entry. One ticket gives admission for one person to Bowburn Park from 6pm on Monday 4th June. Max 6 tickets per transactions. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Guide dogs only. No tents. No alcohol to be brought on site.
Tickets will be scanned and no photocopies will be accepted.
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18 May - 02 Sep 2013