Street party organisers and councils are putting up bunting and sending invitations to neighbours for when the nation celebrates 70 years of the Queen on the throne over a four-day bank holiday from 2 to 5 June.
In England, councils are "pulling out all the stops" after being overwhelmed with requests for road closures, says the Local Government Association.
Hundreds of Lincolnshire people have put together a huge amount of events, parties and things-to-do to make sure that the special holiday happens with a bang, according to Lincolnshire County Council.
In Skegness there are three street parties over the weekend on the authority’s list. On Saturday, June 4, there are tribute bands and fireworks in Lumley Road.
Street parties are being held in Albert Avenue ad Seacroft Square on Sunday, June 5.
For other road closures for the Jubilee visit www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/roadworks.