underworldCourteeners, Wet Leg, Kasabian and more will perform at the 2023 Teenage Cancer Trust Concert at the Royal Albert Hall.
The London-based concert series regularly attracts big names, with all funds going towards the services and support provided by The Teenage Cancer Trust. It’s all done in the historic Royal Albert Hall, and it’s a great cause for curators to put together a spectacular performance.
Teenage Cancer Trust Honorary Patron and WHO icon, Roger Daltreywhich helped move it all forward, and the first names for the 2023 run have been announced. Visit the Trust Official website for more information.
Rave legends Underworld will host their crunchy live show at the Royal Albert Hall on March 20th, creating a decades-long set. Underworld’s Rick Smith and Karl Hyde commented:
Four-time BRIT nominee Wet Leg will perform on 23 March, supported by fantastic Irish songwriters CMAT and South London duo Honeyglaze.
courtiers Recently, the reissue of their debut album soared to number one. St. Jude, and the Manchester band have confirmed their involvement with the Teenage Cancer Trust. Liam Fray & Co. will perform at the Royal Albert Hall on March 24th.
Kasabian continue their long-standing commitment to charity by performing at the legendary London venue on March 25, and backed by Scottish villains The Snuts.
Roger Daltrey CBE, Patron Emeritus of the Teenage Cancer Trust, commented: In this 21st year, after the artist has not played any shows for her two years, at a time when a particular payday can only come from her performances live, the artist is happy to make money from her London shows. Abandon ”
“It shows that miracles are everywhere, but when you cough or sneeze you miss them! We are delighted to announce The Teenage Cancer Trust’s Royal Albert Hall Week!”
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