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The Teenage Cancer Trust kicks off five days of mega-shows at London’s Royal Albert Hall in March. Starting March 20th, the charity event will see the likes of Underworld, Wet Leg and Kasabian appear on the sacred stage, as well as some other acts – Scroll down for a full list. Tickets are out this week but act fast as they are selling out fast.

When do Teenage Cancer Trust tickets at the Royal Albert Hall come out?

Tickets for the Teenage Cancer Trust’s Royal Albert Hall performances will be on sale on Friday, February 3, 2023, at 9:30am.

Tickets will be available from a number of online ticket resellers. Be sure to keep an eye on where you can get tickets this week.

The shows will span five days, starting on Monday, March 20th and ending on Saturday, March 25th.

Scroll down for a full list of the Teenage Cancer Trust in the Royal Albert Hall lineup.

The line-up was put together, once again, by The Who’s Roger Daltrey and his team. The star is the honorary sponsor of the charity and the “mastermind” behind the gigs.

He said of this year’s performances: “The generosity of people in the music and comedy industry never ceases to amaze me. In this 21st year, after two years of no artists attending at all, at a time when only certain Roat’s days were live performances, artists Willing to give up their profits from the London show. It shows us that miracles are everywhere, but if you cough or sneeze, you’ll miss them! I’m delighted to announce Royal Albert Hall Week for the Teenage Cancer Trust!”

British band Underworld headlines the premiere of their Spring series.

Scroll up for a full list of the Teenage Cancer Trust in the Royal Albert Hall lineup.

Underworld duo Rick Smith and Carl Hyde said: “It’s such a great honor and pleasure, and really great to be performing at the wonderful Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall on March 20.”

Katie Collins, Chief Executive of the Teenage Cancer Trust, said: “These amazing gigs and their amazing lineups are helping us change lives. And because of Roger, the artists and bands who make these gigs possible and everyone who buys tickets, we can ensure that young people don’t face cancer alone and continue to provide care and support. The specialists and vitals essential for young people with cancer.”

The legendary charity event has been known for hosting great moments such as Paul McCartney playing alongside Daltrey, Ronnie Wood and Paul Weller to perform the Beatles’ “Get Back”.

Buy Teenage Cancer Trust tickets at the Royal Albert Hall here.

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