Queen Elizabeth's Platinum Jubilee celebration, which marks her 70th year on the British throne, just got a lot more star-studded.

The lineup for the Platinum Party at the Palace, a massive concert set for June 4 in front of Buckingham Palace in London, was revealed on Thursday and includes an array of high-profile names from across the musical spectrum.

Sir Elton John and Sir Rod Stewart are among the performers, as are Diana Ross and, fittingly, Queen + Adam Lambert.

"Queen Elizabeth has given incredible service to the United Kingdom over the last 70 years and I’m delighted to be able to join her in celebrating her Platinum Jubilee with the Party At The Palace," Stewart said in a statement. "She has demonstrated to the world what a special person she is and how lucky we are to have her. This will be a momentous occasion."

The bill also includes Duran Duran, Elbow, Alicia Keys, Andrea Bocelli, Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Hans Zimmer.

Also part of the lineup are several pop artists who are well known in the U.K. but less familiar in the U.S., including Sam Ryder, Mabel, George Ezra, Craig David, Sigala & Ella Eyre, Mica Paris, Celeste and Mimi Webb.

The Royal Ballet is also slated to appear at the event.

There are just 10,000 tickets available for the celebration, which are being allocated on a first come, first served basis. Visit the BBC's website for more information.

It's not yet clear if the BBC's broadcast of the event will air in North America.