The Queen's Birthday Parade last took place on
Saturday 8th June 2019
The Colour was trooped by 1st. Battalion
Due to demand, it is
necessary to enter an online ballot to obtain
tickets to attend the Queen's Birthday Parade in
Entries to the ballot can be submitted during January
and February 2020 only.
The official website for
tickets can be found at https://qbp.army.mod.uk
and will open in January 2020.
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 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
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
Major General's Review: Smart
Casual (no denim).
Hats are optional but recommended in the case of
COMPLIANCE WITH THE DRESS CODE MAY RESULT IN
REFUSAL OF ENTRY.
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.