The four-hour virtual graduation, which was pushed back a day to honor George Floyd’s memorial service, will open with Lizzo and the New York Philharmonic performing “Pomp and Circumstance” and remarks from Alicia Keys. At the end of the celebration, Katy Perry will lead the graduates in the monumental tassel turn. Check out Sunday’s full line-up of commencement speakers, performers, featured celebrity guests and YouTube creators here.
Viewers can attend the virtual ceremony by watching the livestream on the YouTube Originals channel and the Learn@Home website. Graduates can digitally connect with up to 99 of their classmates and family members during the ceremony by setting up a watch party on Google Meet, a secure video meeting platform that’s free for anyone with an email address.
Grads just need to add “Dear Class of 2020” on their Google Calendar by clicking here. Learn@Home also listed instructions on how to set up the watch party, which can also be found in the Google Calendar invite.
Check back on Sunday, June 7 at 3 p.m. ET for the celebrity-filled commencement below.