Booking now: Kasabian and Courteeners set to headline Teenage Cancer Trust shows

Kasabian and Courteeners set to headline Teenage Cancer Trust shows

They’ll play for the 18th birthday of the charity shows at the Royal Albert Hall.

In 2018, Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall will be 18 years old and, judging by who they’ve already got to headline the bash, it’s set to be a special celebration.

Kasabian will be making their fourth appearance at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of the charity, headlining on Saturday 24th March. They’ll be set to play tunes from ‘For Crying Out Loud’ as well as from their ace catalogue. 

Meanwhile, Courteeners head up the bill on Friday 23rd March, where they’ll be playing their album ‘St Jude’ in its entirety. 

Tickets for both shows go on sale from 9am on Friday 15th December.

More acts and headliners for the event, which takes place between 19th-25th March 2018, will be announced soon.

Revisit Kasabian’s video for ‘Ill Ray (The King)’ (starring none other than Lena Headey aka Queen Cersei from ‘Game of Thrones’) below.

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