ROYAL celebrations are due to continue today on the final day of the Jubilee bank holiday. 

Street parties, tea parties and music festivals will take place throughout the day on the fourth day of the jubilee. 

Queen Elizabeth II is the longest-reigning monarch in Britain's history and so far millions of people have taken to the streets to toast Her Majesty. 

As the celebrations come to a close, here’s a round-up of everything going on in and around Southampton today: 

Read more: Red Arrows, street parties and Platinum Festival - Live updates on last day of celebrations

The Big Platinum Festival - Mayflower Park

Starting at 10am today, the festival is set to see thousands descend on Mayflower Park. 

Street food stalls will be available, a licensed bar and multiple activities including a run fair, circus and music hub. 

Entry for under-5s is free but you will still need to book a ticket.

A single ticket is £15 and a family of up to four costs £30. 

The event is set to run until 9pm.

Red Arrows flypast - Southampton Docks 

The RAF Aerobatics Team will head over the city at around 4.35pm today. 

Just days after their flyover at Buckingham Palace, the Red Arrows will soar through the skies above Southampton docks. 

Military Airshows the Red Arrows shows the RAF pilots will be travelling from Exeter to Fairford between 4.19pm and 5.15pm today.

READ MORE: Red Arrows flypast over Southampton - when and where to see it

The Queen's Big Platinum Jubilee Lunch - Royal Victoria Country Park

Taking place between 12pm and 2pm today, visitors are being told to pack a picnic. 

Advertised as a family afternoon, the event includes street entertainment, live music, face painting, stalls and children's activities. 

Each café will also be open offering hot and cold food, snacks, and beverages during the day. 

Afternoon Tea to celebrate her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee - Sarisbury Green Community Centre

Serving traditional cream tea, the event will take place between 12pm and 4pm today. 

Costing £12.50 per adult and £7.50 per child, visitors will be able to enjoy scones with cream and jam, finger sandwiches and cakes. 

Tea, coffee and soft drinks for children will also be provided. 

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