Teenage Cancer Trust Royal Albert Hall 2024: The Who, Noel Gallagher, Eddie Vedder - how to get tickets

The Teenage Cancer Trust Royal Albert Hall 2024 gigs will be the swansong for curator Roger Daltrey.
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The Who frontman Roger Daltrey has announced the 2024 line-up for what will be the final season he curates of Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall.

Acts taking part in March include Noel Gallagher, Squeeze, Chemical Brothers, Young Fathers and Blossoms.

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A night to mark 24 years of concerts will feature a line-up of A-list music stars including Robert Plant with Saving Grace, Pete Townshend, Eddie Vedder, Paul Weller and Kelly Jones.

Roger Daltrey CBE has curated 22 seasons and he has confirmed this year will be his last.

He said: “The £32 million raised from these concerts has been the foundation for the 28 specialised units within the NHS, as well as specialist nurses and youth workers to be there for a young person when cancer has turned their world upside down.”

Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall line-up

  • Monday March 18 - The Who with Orchestra and special guests Squeeze
  • Tuesday March 19 - Evening Of Comedy - line-up to be announced
  • Wednesday March 20 - The Who with Orchestra, with very special guests Squeeze
  • Thursday March 21 - Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, with very special guests Blossoms
  • Friday March 22 - Young Fathers plus special guests
  • Saturday March 23 - The Chemical Brothers
  • Sunday March 24 - Ovation - A Celebration of 24 Years of Gigs For Teenage Cancer Trust with: Roger Daltrey, Kelly Jones, Robert Plant with Saving Grace, Pete Townshend, Eddie Vedder, Paul Weller

Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall tickets

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday (January 12). Line-up and ticketing information can be found on the Royal Albert Hall website, as well as at Gigs And Tours and Ticketmaster.

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The Royal Albert Hall has been hosting fundraising concerts for the charity since 2000, featuring performances by some of the biggest names in music and comedy, including Paul McCartney, Oasis, The Cure, Jessie J and Jason Manford.

Kate Collins, chief executive at Teenage Cancer Trust, said: “Quite simply, we would not be the charity we are without Roger and these shows and – more importantly than that – thousands of young people with cancer in the UK would not have had the specialist support and care they urgently need.”