28 March, 2012
The Diamond Jubilee Pageant is a major event marking The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in the presence of Her Majesty. The event takes place in the private grounds of Windsor Castle on the evenings of 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th May 2012.
Dancers, musicians, military and equestrian displays from around the world will come together for three nights in a performance to pay tribute to 60 spectacular years of Her Reign.
More tickets for The World Comes To Windsor equestrian extravaganza (10-13 May) go on sale tomorrow (Thursday 29 March).
There will be around 200 extra tickets available each night costing £50 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings and £60 on Sunday.
Five hundred horses and 800 performers from 17 countries will gather at Windsor Castle for a special event in May to mark The Queen’s diamond jubilee.
The World Comes To Windsor will celebrate the 250 state and Commonwealth visits The Queen has made during her 60-year reign.
The shows will take place in the evening after the Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Tickets went on sale in November but sold out within three days. In February an extra performance was added (the Saturday) creating 4,000 more tickets, and now a final lot of tickets go on sale tomorrow.
The Queen will attend on Sunday and coverage will be broadcast by ITV in June.
For more information visit: www.diamond-jubilee-pageant.com.