Buckingham Palace hosts the party of a lifetime with a spectacular fireworks display and live performances by Annie Lennox, Bryan Adams, Sir Elton John, Sir Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, Ozzy Osbourne, Rod Stewart, Phil Collins, Ricky Martin and many more!The Party at the Palace was in commemoration of the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, held over the Golden Jubilee Weekend, 1-4 June 2002.
The concert itself was the pop equivalent of the Prom at the Palace, a classical music event.The concert was held at the gardens of Buckingham Palace Garden as part of the Golden Jubilee. It was touted as the greatest concert in Britain since Live Aid or possibly ever. Tickets to the event were determined by a lottery, and 12,000 people attended the concert, and an estimated one million people watched outside the Palace in The Mall and around the Queen Victoria Memorial; another 200 million saw it on television. The concert included performances of many hit songs from the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.The event was the culmination of a national day of partying. The BBC Music Live Festival also occurred on the day. At 1:00 towns across the United Kingdom had bands play All You Need Is Love before church bells were rung around the country