Tony Bennett, Annie Lennox, Sir Cliff Richard, and U.K. garage hitmakers Mis-Teeq have been added to the lineup of "Party at the Palace," the Queen's golden jubilee rock and pop show June 3 at Bucking

Tony Bennett, Annie Lennox, Sir Cliff Richard, and U.K. garage hitmakers Mis-Teeq have been added to the lineup of "Party at the Palace," the Queen's golden jubilee rock and pop show June 3 at Buckingham Palace. Clarinetist Julian Bliss and principals from the Royal Ballet have been added to the classical concert, "Prom at the Palace," set for June 1.

The newly confirmed artists join previously announced acts Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, Brian Wilson, Phil Collins, Aretha Franklin, Tom Jones, Atomic Kitten, S Club 7, and Will Young, whose debut RCA single, "Evergreen"/"Anything Is Possible," set a U.K. record last week with first-week sales of more than 1.1 million copies.

More than 1 million phone applications have been received for free Jubilee tickets, of which only 12,000 are available for each concert.