Coronation Of King Carlos III Confirmed

With ceremonial, celebratory and community events across the UK from May 6 to May 8, the monarch and Camilla, Queen Consort, will be crowned.

Buckingham Palace published today on the official website of the British royal family the plans for the Coronation of King Charles III. Everything will start on Saturday, May 6 and the celebrations will last until Monday the 8th, with “ceremonial, celebratory and community events”.

According to the tweet from the official @RoyalFamily account, the Coronation of HM The King and HM The Queen Consort will take place at Westminster Abbey on Saturday, May 6, 2023. The Archbishop of Canterbury will lead the service.

As previously announced in the royal rota, “the service will reflect the role of the monarch today and look to the future, while being rooted in traditions and pageantry.” It was announced that during Coronation Weekend, there will be more opportunities for people to come together to celebrate the historic occasion.

On Sunday the 7th, the BBC and BBC studios will organize and broadcast live a special Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle, with several thousand pairs of tickets available via public ballot.

The Grand Coronation Luncheon, where neighbors and communities are invited to share food and fun, will take place across the country on the same date. On Monday, May 8, members of the public will be invited to participate in The Big Help Out, which will encourage people to try volunteering themselves.

They will be asked to join the work being done to support their local areas. Their Majesties the King and Camilla, the Queen Consort, the letter said, “hope that Coronation Weekend provides an opportunity to spend time and celebrate with friends, families and communities across the UK, Realms and Commonwealth. ».

The Agenda of The ‘Coronation Weekend’

Saturday May 6, 2023:

The Coronation Service will take place on the morning of Saturday May 6, 2023 at Westminster Abbey. The Coronation is a solemn religious service, as well as an occasion for celebration and pomp. Their Majesties the King and Queen Consort will arrive in a procession from Buckingham Palace, known as The King’s Procession.

After the Service, Charles III and Camila will return to Buckingham Palace in a larger ceremonial procession, known as The Coronation Procession. Their Majesties will be joined in this procession by other members of the Royal Family.

At Buckingham Palace, the King and Queen consort, accompanied by members of the Royal Family, will appear on the balcony to conclude the day’s ceremonies, although Their Majesties hope to celebrate the occasion with the public throughout 2023.

Sunday May 7, 2023:

The Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle

A special Coronation Concert will take place at Windsor Castle on Sunday 7th May 2023. Produced, presented and broadcast live by the BBC and BBC studios. The Coronation Concert will bring together world music icons and contemporary stars to celebrate the historic occasion.

Attended by a public audience that includes volunteers from the King’s and Queen Consort’s many charitable affiliations, the concert will feature a world-class orchestra performing musical favorites, headlined by some of the world’s greatest artists, along with dancers

The performances will be supported by staging and effects located on the castle’s east lawn and will also feature a selection of sequences of words spoken by stars of stage and screen.

Through a national raffle conducted by the BBC, several thousand members of the public will be selected to receive a pair of free tickets to the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle.

Alongside the stars of the concert, the show will also feature an exclusive appearance by The Coronation Choir. This diverse group will be drawn from the country’s most enthusiastic community choirs and amateur singers from across the UK, including refugee choirs, NHS choirs, LGBTIQ+ singing groups and deaf choirs.

A new documentary exploring the formation of The Coronation Choir will tell the stories of the people who represent the many faces and voices of the country. The Coronation Choir will appear alongside The Virtual Choir, made up of singers from across the Commonwealth, for a special performance in the evening.

The centerpiece of the Coronation Concert will be the Lighting Up the Nation, which will see the country come together to celebrate as iconic locations across the UK are lit up with projections, lasers, drone displays and illuminations. The Coronation Concert will be produced by BBC Studios and broadcast live.

The Great Coronation Luncheon

Neighbors and communities across the UK are invited to share food and fun at Coronation Big Lunches on Sunday the 7th in a national act of celebration and friendship. From a cup of tea with a neighbor to a block party, a grand coronation brunch brings the celebrations to the neighborhoods.

The Big Coronation Luncheon will be supervised and organized by the Big Luncheon team at Eden Project. The Big Lunch is the brainchild of the Eden Project, made possible by The National Lottery, which brings millions of people together annually to boost community spirit, reduce loneliness and support organizations.

HM The Queen Consort has been Patron of the Big Lunch since 2013. Thousands of events are expected to take place in every corner of the UK this May, as people take to the streets, gardens, parks and community spaces to join in the Coronation celebrations and commemorate this historic occasion.

Monday May 8, 2023

The Big Help

The Big Help Out will take place on Monday 8th May 2023 and is being organized by The Together Coalition and a wide range of partners including The Scouts, Royal Voluntary Service and faith groups from across the UK. The Big Help Out will highlight the positive impact volunteering has on communities across the country.

In tribute to Her Majesty’s public service the King, The Big Help Out will encourage people to try volunteering and join the work being done to support their local areas. The goal of The Big Help Out is to use volunteerism to bring communities together and create a lasting legacy of volunteering.

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