Pulp, Florence And The Machine, Example for Teenage Cancer Trust shows - ticket details

Jessie J and Jason Manford will also play shows to help raise funds for the charity

Pulp, Florence And The Machine, Example for Teenage Cancer Trust shows - ticket details

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Pulp, Florence And The Machine and Example are among the acts confirmed to play this year's Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust gigs.

Taking place at London's Royal Albert Hall from March 30 - April 3, the annual shows are now in their 12th year. Jessie J and a comedy evening with Jason Manford are the other headliners for this year's run of shows.

Example will kick the shows off on March 30, with Pulp following on March 31. Jessie J will then play the London venue on April 1, with a comedy evening hosted by 8 Out Of 10 Cats man Jason Manford on April 2. Florence And The Machine will play the run's final show on April 3. Support acts for the gigs will be announced soon.

See Teenagecancertrust.org for more information about the shows.

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

Example (March 30)
Pulp (31)
Jessie J (April 1)
Comedy evening with Jason Manford and special guests (2)
Florence And The Machine (3)


Tickets go onsale on Friday (February 24) at 9.30am. 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.

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