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April Clare Welsh
8 January 2024, 12:57

The Chemical Brothers to headline Teenage Cancer Trust concert at Royal Albert Hall

The Roger Daltrey-helmed charity concert series has raised £32 million for the NHS

Image via Teenage Cancer Trust

The Chemical Brothers are set to headline a Teenage Cancer Trust concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

Taking place on Saturday 23rd March as part of this year's Roger Daltrey-curated events — which raise money for the UK's Teenage Cancer Trust charity — the pair will join a line-up that includes The Who (18th), Young Fathers (22nd), and a special gig led by Daltrey on Sunday 24th March called 'A Celebration of 24 Years of Gigs For Teenage Cancer Trust'.

“The £32 million raised from these concerts has been the foundation for the 28 specialised units within the NHS, as well as specialist nurses and youth workers to be there for a young person when cancer has turned their world upside down," says Daltrey.

This year marks the Who icon's 22nd year at Teenage Cancer Trust. From 2025, the series will be curated by new guest curators, although Daltrey will stay on as a Teenage Cancer Trust Honorary Patron. 

See the full line-up for 2024 and find out more at the Teenage Cancer Trust site. Tickets go on sale at 9AM GMT on Friday 12th January from the Royal Albert Hall site, Ticketmaster and

Last year's series of Teenage Cancer Trust concerts saw Underworld headline the historic Royal Albert Hall alongside Wet Leg and other artists.

In other Chemical Brothers news, the duo's 2023 studio album ‘For That Beautiful Feeling’ is up for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album at the 2024 Grammys. They will face off the likes of James Blake (‘Playing Robots Into Heaven’), Fred Again.. (‘Actual Life 3 [January 1 - September 9 2022]’), Kx5 (‘Kx5’), and Skrillex (‘Quest for Fire’).

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