Host a Musical Tea for the Queen’s Jubilee

Celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with musical memories that span her Majesty’s 70 years of services to her country.

As the nation prepares to honour the Queen’s reign, we’ve got lots of great musical-themed activities to make your Jubilee celebration a day to remember! 

Whether you’re hosting an event at a care home, in a community setting or at home, a Musical Tea is a great way to mark the occasion and raise awareness of the power of personal music for dementia.

Come together to explore your residents’ past, recall monarchy milestones, and enjoy times gone by through personally meaningful music. Our free resources can help you find the right music and encourage others to discover the songs that make up the soundtrack of their life.

Start planning 

Our Musical Tea resource page has everything you need to organise your event. Don’t forget to share your baking creations and musical memories with us on social media using #MusicalTea!

Musical Tea stand

Musical Tea resources

It’s free to host a Musical Tea, and we’ve got lots of guidance and top tips to help you plan. 

From invites to sweet bites, we’ve got everything you need to make your event a success. Find extra activities, decorations and recipes on our resources page.

Host a dementia friendly event

Promote your event using our Jubilee Musical Tea poster, available to download here

Please always refer to government guidelines around coronavirus when planning your Musical Tea. To ensure your Musical Tea is a welcoming and inclusive event for all, check out our suggestions for hosting a dementia friendly event.

Plan a Jubilee celebration

The Memory BumpShare your favourite songs from previous jubilee years 1977, 2002 and 2012 or track down songs from the decades on our Spotify to see if they evoke memories for others, too.

Decorate with Musical Tea Bunting – No sunshine for a street party? No problem – bring the celebrations inside with our printable bunting!

Create a Jubilee playlist Think about your identity tracks – which songs take you back to your childhood or previous celebrations?