The Beatles, Ed Sheeran, George Michael and, most fittingly, Queen tribute acts will be headlining a concert in Reading tonight.

The top UK tribute acts are coming together for The Jubilee Tribute Concert in Abbey Ruins, celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

There will be live DJ’s, entertainers, street food stalls, craft beer and cocktails on offer at the heritage site.

Read more: A look back at jubilee celebrations in Reading through the years

Starting at 4pm, the concert will last until 11pm. It’s almost sold out, with less than 25 tickets remaining.

If you can’t make it tonight, Reading’s flagship jubilee event, Water Fest, begins tomorrow in the same location.

Read more: Platinum Jubilee celebrations across Berkshire

The festival will see Forbury Gardens, Abbey Ruins and the River Kennet transformed by music and dance acts including Ukrainian dance group Prolisok on June 4.

A huge array of traders, charities and community organisations will line the Kennet and Chestnut Walk, where, visitors will also have the chance to spot beautifully painted boats and a duck race.