Professor Green joins Teenage Cancer Trust shows line-up - ticket details

Rapper will support Jessie J at run of charity shows

Professor Green joins Teenage Cancer Trust shows line-up - ticket details

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Professor Green has been added to the line-up for this year's Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust gigs.

The rapper will support Jessie J for her show at London's Royal Albert Hall on April 1. He joins other confirmed acts for the annual charity event including Pulp, Florence And The Machine, Paul McCartney, The Who's Roger Daltrey, Paul Weller, Kelly Jones and Example. The run of shows is now in its 12th year.

See Teenagecancertrust.org for more information about the gigs.

The line up for the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs is as follows:

Roger Daltrey, Paul Weller and Kelly Jones (March 28)
Paul McCartney (29)
Example (30)
Pulp (31)
Professor Green and Jessie J (April 1)
Comedy evening with Jason Manford and special guests (2)
Florence And The Machine (3)


To check the availability of Teenage Cancer Trust Gig tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Over the years the event has raised over £14 million for the Teenage Cancer Trust, which aims to build more specialist teenage cancer units in NHS hospitals across the UK.

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