Although the main show will take place on May 6, there will be many other events and activities around the coronation over the next two days.
On Sunday, May 7, all the people across Britain are encouraged to take part in the Coronation Big Lunch by sharing food and fun with their neighbors and communities or having a big street party.
The biggest event of the day will be the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle, featuring 'global music icons and contemporary stars.' Five thousand pairs of free tickets were offered in the ballot, but do not be upset if you are not the lucky owner of one of them — you still can watch the concert on BBC One.
The day of celebration will finish with the 'Lighting Up the Nation' event, where locations across the country will be lit up with projections, illuminations, lasers, and drone displays.
On Monday, May 8, there will be an extra holiday, and UK citizens are invited to participate in the Big Help Out and try volunteering in their local area.
Street parties will also take place all around the country, so you will be able to continue celebrating, have fun, and buy gifts and souvenirs with the official Coronation Emblem to remember this event.