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#ListenUp - The Teenage Cancer Trust announces its line up for 2023 and we couldn't be more excited!

#ListenUp - The Teenage Cancer Trust announces its line up for 2023 and we couldn't be more excited!

Listen up - Wet Leg, Kasabian, and Underworld set to perform at the Teenage Cancer Trust At The Royal Albert Hall

2023/01/31

The Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall has always attracted incredible musicians and bands who want to pledge their support to the fantastic charity - the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The series of concerts that take place in London at the Royal Albert Hall has been a mainstay in the live music calendar effortlessly combining both an amazing night of entertainment with raising money for a fantastic cause.`

Historically, there's been turns from Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, The Vaccines, and more as well as performances from acclaimed comedians too.

For two decades, the iconic concert series has featured the best in music and comedy, raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust and driven by Teenage Cancer Trust Honorary Patron and The Who icon, Roger Daltrey.

This year, music lovers can expect to see incredible sets from the likes of Kasabian, Wet Leg, The Courteeners, and rave dynamos Underworld amongst others.

Roger Daltrey CBE, Teenage Cancer Trust Honorary Patron, comments:

“The generosity of the people who work in the music and comedy industries never ceases to amaze me. In this, our 21st year, after two years of artists having no shows at all, at a time where the only certain paydays are from live performances, artists are willing to give up their earnings from a London show.”

“It shows us that miracles are everywhere, but if you cough or sneeze you’d miss them! I’m happy to announce the Royal Albert Hall week for Teenage Cancer Trust!”

#ListenUp - The Teenage Cancer Trust announces its line up for 2023 and we couldn't be more excited!
Emma Harrison

Emma Harrison

Music editor, Emma, is in her element at gigs, listening to records and has freelanced as a music and travel writer for the past 7 years.