Echo and The Bunnymen added to Primal Scream Teenage Cancer Trust gig

Support for Royal Albert Hall concert confirmed

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Echo And The Bunnymen have joined the line-up of the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs curated by Noel Gallagher and due to take place at London's Royal Albert Hall.

The band will support Primal Scream when they headline the London venue on March 21. The gig will be the third show in a run of seven nights of comedy and music put together by the former Oasis guitarist which will see performances from Ryan Adams, Kasabian, Paul Weller, Rizzle Kicks, Labrinth, Russell Brand and Noel Fielding as well as Graham Coxon and Damon Albarn performing together as they support Noel Gallagher.

Tickets for Primal Scream and Echo and The Bunnymen are available now and are priced from £35. The line-ups for the Teenage Cancer Trust shows are:

Thursday March 19
Ryan Adams
plus special guest Beth Orton

Wednesday 20
An evening of comedy with Russell Brand, Noel Fielding and very special guests

Thursday 21
Primal Scream
Plus special guests Echo and The Bunnymen

Friday 22
Kasabian
plus support from Dark Horses

Saturday 23
Noel Gallagher
plus special guests including Damon Albarn & Graham Coxon
plus Gruff Rhys

Sunday 24
Rizzle Kicks
Labrinth

Monday 25
Paul Weller
plus special guests Palma Violets

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