Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at Royal Albert Hall 2023: Dates, lineup, how to get tickets
The line-up for this year's Teenage Cancer Trust music performances at London’s Royal Albert Hall has been revealed.
The fundraising performances have been curated by The Who’s lead singer Roger Daltrey.
They will take place between March 20 and March 25.
The performances include a ‘Night Of Comedy’ on Tuesday, March 21, the line-up for which will be confirmed soon.
Who’s performing and when?
Headlining will be Underworld, Wet Leg, Kasabian and Courteeners.
They will be joined by CMAT and Honeyglaze.
Here are the dates:
Monday, March 20: Underworld
Tuesday, March 21: Night Of Comedy
Wednesday, March 22: Wet Leg
Thursday, March 24: Courteeners
Friday, March 25: Kasabian
What are the concerts in aid of?
For two decades, the renowned concert series has featured the best in music and comedy.
It has raised money for Teenage Cancer Trust, driven by honorary patron and Daltrey.
Teenage Cancer Trust is a UK charity helping to provide specialised nursing care and support for young people with cancer.
Since 2000, over £32 million has been raised by the charity’s concerts at the Royal Albert Hall. This has helped to fund specialist nurses, hospital units and support services across the UK.
We’re so excited to announce the line-up for #TeenageCancerGigs 2023 at the @RoyalAlbertHall!
Tickets on sale Friday 3 Feb at 9:30am 👇https://t.co/e6jo2B8WzP pic.twitter.com/RPcifRnaVR
— Teenage Cancer Trust (@TeenageCancer) January 31, 2023
“These amazing gigs and their fantastic line-ups help us change lives,” Katie Collins, chief executive of Teenage Cancer Trust, said. “Because of Roger [Daltrey], the artists, the teams who make these gigs possible and everyone who buys a ticket, we can make sure young people don’t face cancer alone and continue to provide the vital, expert care and support that is crucial for young people with cancer.”
Kasabian frontman, Serge Pizzorno, added to NME: “Getting to play in that room is an incredible thing, but to be patrons of this charity and to have been involved for this long is special because they’re phenomenal.
“Having a night out is great, but to spread the word and help this charity who have raised millions and done so much incredible work is great. Whenever we’re asked to play we always say yes.”
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on sale at 9.30am on Friday, February 3.
They will be available at gigsandtours.com, Ticketmaster and from the Royal Albert Hall website.
For more information on the Teenage Cancer Trust, visit the official website here.