It's an extraordinary British tradition where 5,000 music lovers pack into the Royal Albert Hall, wave their Union Jack flags and sing their hearts out to the likes of Rule Britannia, Jerusalem and of course Land of Hope and Glory.
So to celebrate the ultimate party and in honour of one the most famous sons of Worcester, Elgar, why don't you help make Land of Hope and Glory the official county song by recording yourself with your friends and family singing it and send it into us.
While most of us will be watching the musical extravaganza unfold from our couches, Jane Green, who works for Worcestershire County Council, has been to the Royal Albert Hall in London for the last five years to soak up the atmosphere first hand.
Jane says: "My favourite song has got to be Land of Hope and Glory. It always brings a tear to my eye and lump to my throat. Looking around the room when everyone is singing makes you realise that no matter what the political issues at the time – people love to come together to show their loyalty to the country."
She adds: "One of my best memories was queuing to get into the Royal Albert Hall where we met a group of Asian musicians. They were dressed in all of their finery and started playing Jerusalem on their instruments. Everyone around them were cheering and singing – we were also invited to play the instruments! I played (very poorly) a dagu (a sort of large drum). It was a great start to the night and something that will stay with me forever."
This Saturday sees the finale to the Last Night of The Proms season. To see the running order click here
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