Ska heroes Madness will do one better than Brian May did at the Queen's Golden Jubilee, by performing their song 'Our House' in full on top of Buckingham Palace.
As stars from across the globe will take to a specially built stage in front of the palace later tonight, Madness will look to go 'One Step Beyond' as they take to the roof of the Queen's residence for a very special Jubilee performance.
Other artists that will be performing, taking to the specially constructed stage around the Queen Victoria Memorial, include Sir Elton John, Sir Cliff Richard, Sir Tom Jones, Robbie Williams, JLS JESSIE J, Dame Shirley Bassey and Stevie Wonder.
Following on from the glorious sight of 1,000 vessels taking to the River Thames, the Jubilee celebrations move on to dry land today and fortunately enough the weather has dictated that this should go without any trouble.
The day begins with a picnic in the gardens of Buckingham Palace for the 10,000 people lucky enough to win a ticket in a public ballot. The lucky winners will be treat by celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal, who has conjured up a five-course picnic menu featuring traditional dishes such as coronation chicken and Eton mess with a typically Blumenthal twist.