There’s still a chance to celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee at Royal Windsor.

An additional evening has been added to the Diamond Jubilee Pageant on Saturday 12 May, creating an extra 4,000 tickets.

The tickets will go on sale from 9am tomorrow (Monday 6 February). They cost between £30- £100.

Tickets for the equestrian extravaganza “The World Comes To Windsor” sold out within three days.

The display, starring 500 horses and 800 performers from 17 countries, will take place at Windsor Castle next May.

It will take place on 10, 11, 12 and 13 May in the evenings after the Royal Windsor Horse Show.

The additional evening will mean that the Diamond Jubilee Pageant is now expected to attract over 15,000 visitors.

Simon Brooks Ward, director and producer said: “We are delighted to be able to satisfy some of the exceptional demand for tickets to this historic event.

“We continue to be overwhelmed by the support and goodwill for The Diamond Jubilee Pageant across the globe.”

The Queen will attend the Sunday evening performance and coverage from the four-day event will be broadcast in the UK exclusively by ITV1.

To buy tickets visit: www.diamond-jubilee-pageant.com or tel: 0844 581 4970.