The Who, Stereophonics, Paul Weller join Noel Gallagher in headlining London's Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust
Paul Weller, The Who and Stereophonics will headline London's Royal Albert Hall next year as part of the annual run of shows to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Last month it was confirmed that Noel Gallagher will perform at the iconic venue as part of the annual run of shows to raise money for the charity and now the full line-up has been confirmed.
Stereophonics will kick the series off on March 23rd, with comedian Kevin Brides headlining the following night on March 24th. March 25th will see veteran singer-songwriter Van Morrison headline, with The Who topping the bill on March 26th with support from Wilko Johnson.
Paul Weller will close the show on March 27th with support from Johnny Marr before Gallagher headlines the final night on March 29th, he will be supported by Future Islands.
Tickets for the shows will go onsale on Friday (January 30th) at 9am, with the exception of Noel Gallagher's show, which is already onsale. To find more details click here.
The line-up for the Teenage Cancer Trust Royal Albert Hall shows is as follows:
Stereophonics (March 23)
Kevin Bridges (24)
Van Morrison (25)
The Who, Wilko Johnson (26)
Paul Weller, Johnny Marr (27)
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Future Islands (29)