Doves to headline Teenage Cancer Trust gig in 2019

3 December 2018, 10:21 | Updated: 3 December 2018, 12:15

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The There Goes The Fear band are amongst the acts headlining the Royal Albert Hall for the charity shows.

Teenage Cancer Trust has announced the headliners for its charity gigs in 2019.

Doves have been confirmed to play the historic Royal Albert Hall on Friday 29 March as part of a string of dates which raises funds and awareness of young people living with cancer across the UK.

The beloved Manchester band have reunited after a decade, releasing their fourth album Kingdom of Dust, in 2008.

Money raised by these shows supports Teenage Cancer Trust, the only charity dedicated to making sure young people diagnosed with cancer get the expert treatment and personalised support they need.

Also confirmed for the charity gigs are Rudimental, Take That, The Script and A Beautiful Night Out featuring Levellers.

Tickets go on sale on Friday 7 December from 9am from www.gigsandtours.com,
www.ticketmaster.co.uk and www.royalalberthall.com.

See the Teenage Cancer Trust 2019 headliners here:

Monday 25 March - Rudimental

Thursday 26 March - Take That

Friday 29 March - Doves

Saturday 30 March - The Script

Sunday 31 March - "A Beautiful Night Out" featuring Levellers

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