Celebrating the reign of Elizabeth II
According to The Telegraph, Sir Cliff Richard (Harry Rodger Webb) will play one of the main roles in the All People's Parade, a show to mark the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth II's throne.
Cliff will ride an open-top double-decker bus through the streets of London as a symbol of his era. It's worth noting that he will be joined by celebrities such as actor Jeremy Irons and footballer Gary Lineker. What's more, singer Ed Sheeran will open the grand final musical in front of Buckingham Palace.
It's worth noting that for Sir Cliff the Platinum Jubilee will be the fourth round royal anniversary.
It is also planned that 10,000 people will take part in the parade, with around 1 billion watching it broadcast around the world.
The procession will follow a two-mile route, mirroring the path of Elizabeth II's coronation procession. Spectators will see a military parade with 1,75 thousand people and 200 horses, as well as more than 6,000 volunteers.
The festivities will conclude with the singing of the national anthem outside Buckingham Palace and a 'surprise' performance from the 'national treasures' in honour of Her Majesty.
Ed Sheeran said, "I'm proud to be part of the celebrations, it's a great opportunity to bring everyone together."