Aretha Franklin is laid to rest on Friday, two weeks after the legendary singer died of pancreatic cancer at the age of 76.
The funeral of the Queen of Souls takes place at the Greater Grace Temple in Detroit on Friday, August 31, Franklin's publicist Gwendolyn Quinn said before PEOPLE.
While the ceremony is strictly limited to the friends and family of the deceased singer, fans will still have a chance to virtually attend the service.
The funeral comes Days after public viewing were held on August 28th and 29th, where fans could personally pay their respects to Franklin.
Here's everything you need to know about Franklin's funeral.
When does everything start?
The six-hour celebration of Franklin's life and legacy begins at 8:30 am local time and ends at 3:00 pm, according to Entertainment Tonight.
The day begins with a tour of many of the singer's recordings. At 10:00 the deceased singer 's family is expected to enter the chapel for the service. He will read several times contained in the Bible and full of performances and speeches by musicians, politicians and others whose lives have been positively influenced by Franklin.
Greater Temple pastor Bishop Charles H. Ellis will lead the service, and Rev. Robert Smith Jr. will serve as co-officiant.
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Where is it aired? As of 10:00 am, the WORDNetwork, a religious broadcasting network, will stream the service on its website, according to Detroit News.
The store also reported that the event is fully aired by the Associated Press and that parts of the ceremony will also be shared on CNN, Fox News and MSNBC. BET will also broadcast the funeral in its entirety.
PEOPLE.com and PEOPLE's Facebook will also host the livestream.
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Stevie Wonder, Faith Hill, Shirley Caesar, and Chaka Khan will perform at the funeral of the Queen of Soul, as announced in a statement by Franklin's publicist to PEOPLE.
As Franklin began her career and sang gospel music, her ministry will highlight her Christian roots.
Gospel artists Yolanda Adams, Marvin Sapp, Vanessa Bell Armstrong, the Aretha Franklin Choir, and the Aretha Franklin Celebration Choir were also named as interpreters.
Ariana Grande will also be singing on duty, Detroit Free Press reported
Jennifer Hudson, who recently published Franklin in a biopic based on her memoirs Aretha: Of These Roots, will also be tribute with a rendition of "Amazing Grace", according to TMZ.
The outlet also reported that Hill will sing "What a friend we have in Jesus" Kahn will choose "Going Up Yonder" while Stevie Wonder will perform two songs with national artists, including "The Lord's Prayer". They also reported that Ron Isley will be singing "His Eye is on the Sparrow".  Aretha Franklin and Ariana Grande “/>
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