Adele and Ed Sheeran will not be performing at King Charles' Coronation concert

Adele and Ed Sheeran will not be performing at King Charles' Coronation concert

Although they were at the top of the monarch's list, they have declined the opportunity to perform.

Adele and Ed Sheeran decline performing at King Charles Coronation concert

According to the Daily Mail, King Charles' Coronation concert dream line-up will not be coming to life.

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The King will be crowned on the 6th of May at Westminister Abbey, with a concert taking place at Windsor Castle on the 7th. Unfortunately for the King, organisers have been having trouble locking in performers for the celebration.

While Sheeran and Adele have both been asked to perform, it seems like Ed has had to politely decline the offer due to scheduling conflicts. The singer is set to perform in Texas, USA the day before, so is most likely not keen on travelling all that way for one evening.

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Adele has nothing publicly scheduled during that time, but it seems like she might be taking a bit of a break after her Las Vegas residency ends in March.

Another major name that has been mentioned is British Grammy Award-winning artist Harry Styles.

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While the full line-up is yet to be confirmed, other stars that are close to reaching an agreement include Lionel Richie and the Spice Girls.

The concert will be screened by the BBC.

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