Bullet For My Valentine to play London Royal Albert Hall

Band set for Teenage Cancer Trust gig

Bullet For My Valentine to play London Royal Albert Hall
Bullet For My Valentine will play a gig at the London Royal Albert Hall on March 28 to benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The band will be joined by The Blackout and Fightstar at the one-off show.

In a statement frontman Matthew Tuck said, "It's a real honour to be headlining for Teenagecancertrust.org this year. Many of our fans are a similar age to the young people that Teenagecancertrust.org supports. So it's really hit home for us that having cancer at such a crucial time in a young person's life must be devastating.

"We are proud to be involved, and hope the concerts raise as much money as possible for their incredible work."

Tickets go on sale tomorrow (February 20) at 9am (GMT), and will be available from Teenagecancertrust.org.

Kasabian, Antony And The Johnsons and Stereophonics are also set to play headline gigs for the charity in March.

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