Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall has announced their headline acts for 2019 and they’re huge. One of the most successful bands in British History, Take That will grace the stage, alongside award winning Rudimental, indie heroes Doves, The Script and Levellers.
Money raised by these gigs will support young people with cancer to make sure they get the treatment and support they need. This year’s shows are supported by sponsors Tangle Teezer and American Airlines .
Tickets will go on sale 9am from 7 December from Ticketmaster so set your alarms because this is one event you don’t want to miss out on.
Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall Dates
Rudimental attend the Capital Summertime Ball 2018
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- 25 March – Rudimental, Ghetts
- 28 March – Take That
- 29 March – Doves
- 30 March – The Script
- 31 March – Levellers “A Beautiful Night Out”
Liz Tait, Director of Fundraising at Teenage Cancer Trust, said “We’re so excited to announce this incredible line-up. These amazing shows not only bring together some of the world’s biggest names in music, but also raise vital funds to support young people facing the chaos of cancer through our 28 specialist teenage cancer units in NHS hospitals across the UK, led by expert nurses and support staff. For every young person we reach, there’s another we can’t, so every penny raised through the gigs is crucial. As always, we’re incredibly grateful to our honorary patron Roger Daltrey CBE, who is the driving force behind the Royal Albert Hall shows. And it’s great that tickets are on sale just in time for Christmas!”
Jonathan Sevink of The Levellers performs on the Jagermeister stage during Splendour Festival
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2019’s line up is the latest in a series of huge bookings, following performances from the likes of Noel Gallagher and Damon Albarn Sir Paul McCartney in 2012, plus everyone from Muse to The Cure, Tinie Tempah, Florence + The Machine, Ed Sheeran, Kasabian, Stereophonics, Paul Weller, Olly Murs, Eric Clapton, Robert Plant, Sir Tom Jones and many more.
Of course, some of the greatest concerts of the past 20 years from The Who, as front man Roger Daltrey is an honorary patron, having been behind Teenage Cancer Trust for nearly 20 years.