SKYMAGIC steals the (drone) show with Queen’s Jubilee hit
Despite earlier concerts by pop stars, appearances of celebrities, and speeches by royalty, it was UK drone performance specialist SKYMAGIC that stole the show Saturday night with its aerial salute to Queen Elizabeth II during the Platinum Jubilee celebration of her reign.
SKYMAGIC’s drone show feting the monarch’s 70 years on the throne became the topic of immediate and widespread raves on social media, with some commentators hailing it as the best aerial spectacle they’d ever witnessed. The most popular formation of the night was, hands down, a replica of one of the Queen’s beloved corgis – this one a happy-looking hound watching an illuminated bone as it floated by.
“The production values on the #PlatinumPartyatthePalace have been brilliant but the drone corgi absolutely topped it off,” tweeted Tom Hourigan.
The official account of Prince William and his wife tweeted a video of the sky dog, with the comment, “How amazing was…