Queen's Birthday Parade 2021
The Colour will be trooped
by F Company, Scots Guards
Due to demand, it is necessary to
enter an online ballot to obtain tickets to
attend the Queen's Birthday Parade in 2021.
Entries to the ballot are only open in January
and February each year and are now closed.
The official website for
purchasing review tickets can be found at https://qbp.army.mod.uk
There are two reviews
prior to the Queen's Birthday Parade:
General C. J. Ghika CBE, General
Officer Commanding London District and Major
General Commanding the Household Division, will
take the salute at
The Major General's Review
HRH The Duke of Kent KG, GCMG, GCVO, Regimental
Colonel of the Scots Guards will take the salute
The Colonels Review
Children must be in possession of
There are limited wheelchair spaces for all the
parades. Separate applications are required for
No refund can be given if the events are
cancelled for reasons beyond the control of the
Trooping the Colour
Reviewed by Her Majesty The Queen:
This is a formal State Ceremonial Parade
in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen.
Those attending are required to dress
Morning dress may be worn.
For all parades:
These are formal military parades and those
attending are encouraged to look smart.
Lounge suit or jacket, tie and trousers,
equivalent for ladies (no denim, shorts or
Serving Military personnel may wear Ceremonial
Day uniform (with medals) or equivalent.
Hats are optional but are recommended for paying
the necessary compliments to the Reviewer and
Colours as they pass, as well as giving the
necessary protection from the sun.
Umbrellas/parasols are not permitted to avoid
NON COMPLIANCE WITH THE
DRESS CODE MAY RESULT IN REFUSAL OF ENTRY.
Police will be conducting searches
of your personal belongings. As a condition of
entry any items such as knives, pen knives,
Leatherman and similar articles are prohibited
and may be confiscated.
The processions can also be viewed
from The Mall. Events begin at approximately
The Queen's Birthday Parade is also broadcast
live on BBC Television in the UK with the
fly-past at 1pm.