The Who co-founder Roger Daltrey has announced that after 24 years of hosting the Teenage Cancer Trust shows, he is going to step down as curator.
To mark and celebrate those incredible 24 years, this year’s week-long Teenage Cancer Trust shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London will close on March 24 with ‘Ovation.’
The celebration of 24 Years of Gigs for TCT will feature performances from a lineup of artists consisting of Daltrey, Kelly Jones, Robert Plant with Saving Grace, Pete Townshend, Eddie Vedder and Paul Weller.
Daltrey said that beginning in 2025, the Teenage Cancer Trust shows will be hosted by a series of guest curators. The Who frontman will continue is his role of Honorary Patron of Teenage Cancer Trust.
The Teenage Cancer Trust has announced the lineup for this year’s shows.
It will be a week of some of the best bands, musicians and comedians taking to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
The week kicks off on March 18 with The Who plus orchestra headlining with their special guests the Squeeze. Both the bands will be back on March 20 to play a second night.
March 19 will be a Night of Comedy. The lineup of comedians will be announced later.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will perform with their special guests, Stockport indie band Blossoms, on March 21.
Young Fathers will take to the stage the next day, followed by The Chemical Brothers and DJ James Holroyd on March 23.
Tickets for all these shows go on sale on January 12 via https://tix.to/TCT2024
All proceeds from these shows will go towards providing specialist treatment and support for young people with cancer. The week’s events are produced by Roger Daltrey and Des Murphy for Teenage Cancer Trust.
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