Queen Elizabeth is celebrating her 92nd year in a big way. In honor of her birthday on Saturday, the monarch and other members of the royal family will attend a special concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
"The concert, known as The Queen's Birthday Party, will be attended by HM and other Members of the Royal Family and will include performances from leading artists from around the Commonwealth," The Royal Family Twitter account shared earlier this week.
The concert lineup features quite a few big names, including Kylie Minogue, Shawn Mendes, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Sting & Shaggy, recent The Voice contestant Donel Mangena, as well as the BBC Concert Orchestra. The musicians will also perform a series of songs that reflect the different decades of the Queen's reign. Expect hits as well as possibly songs from her alleged favorite musical, Oklahoma!
If you're interested in watching the concert, it will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC Radio 2 at 8pm in the United Kingdom, so anyone who wishes to will be able to enjoy the performances.
No word on which members of the royal family will be attending, but with Kate Middleton due to give birth any day now, we suspect that she and possibly Prince William will be absent. Fingers crossed, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will join the Queen for her big night.