New Order, David Gilmour and more to play Roger Daltrey-curated Teenage Cancer Trust gigs

Bring Me The Horizon and The Vaccines also scheduled to perform Royal Albert Hall charity shows

The line-up has been announced for this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust charity gig series at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

The gigs will run at the famed 5,000 capacity venue from April 19-24, with The Who’s Roger Daltrey curating the 2016 series.

With Bring Me The Horizon already announcing their Royal Albert Hall gig for April 22, Teenage Cancer Trust have now confirmed the full programme including shows by New Order, David Gilmour, The Vaccines, Everything Everything and Simply Red. Comedian John Bishop will open proceedings on April 19.

More details can be found at the Teenage Cancer Trust website. See the full schedule of gigs below.


Roger Daltrey says of the news: “I’m very happy to be announcing such a varied line up. The money raised is invaluable to this charity, which receives no government funding in England, to help young people with cancer in the NHS.”

Last year’s Teenage Cancer Trust shows included performances from The Who, Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher, Frank Turner and more.

John Bishop (April 19)
The Vaccines and Everything Everything (April 20)
Simply Red (April 21)
Bring Me The Horizon (April 22)
New Order (April 23)
David Gilmour (April 24)