Changing the Guard Schedule for London and Windsor

July 2019 Schedule
August 2019 Schedule


The Queen's Birthday Parade last took place on
Saturday 8th June 2019
The Colour was trooped by 1st. Battalion Grenadier Guards

Due to demand, it is necessary to enter an online ballot to obtain tickets to attend the Queen's Birthday Parade in 2020.
Entries to the ballot can be submitted during
January and February 2020 only.

The official website for tickets can be found at and will open in January 2020.

The music of the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Parade is now available for download in aid of the Household Division Charity. The full parade, recorded by the Band of The Grenadier Guards, is available along with individual tracks for each part of the parade.

Follow this link to find out more:

For Apple device users follow this link:…/the-music-of-the-queen…/1465277811


There are two reviews prior to the Queen's Birthday Parade:

The Major General Commanding the Household Division and General Officer Commanding London District will take the salute at
The Major General's Review
The Regimental Colonel will take the salute at
The Colonel’s Review

Children must be in possession of a ticket.
There are limited wheelchair spaces for all the parades. Separate applications are required for this facility.
No refund can be given if the events are cancelled for reasons beyond the control of the organiser.

Dress Code:

The Queen's Birthday Parade: Morning Dress, Lounge Dress, Lounge Suit or Jacket and Trousers, equivalent for the ladies (no denim).
Military personnel may wear Ceremonial Day or other Service equivalent.
Colonel's Review: Lounge Suit or Jacket and Trousers, equivalent for the ladies (no denim).
Major General's Review: Smart Casual (no denim).
Hats are optional but recommended in the case of hot weather. 


The processions can also be viewed from The Mall. Events begin at approximately 10am.
The Queen's Birthday Parade is also broadcast live on BBC Television in the UK with the fly-past at 1pm.


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