The funds given to charity can help people. Roger Daltrey’s annual charity gigs will happen at London’s Royal Albert Hall between March 18 and March 24. The charity’s annual run of concerts this year will be curated by The Who’s Roger Daltrey.
According to Peral Jam Online, The Who will do two gigs on March 18 and 20. The shows will have Noel Gallagher, The Chemical Brothers, and more on the stage. The final gig will happen on March 24 which is titled Ovation. It’s a special one which will celebrate 24 years of Teenage Cancer Trust gigs. Eddie Vedder, Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones, Robert Plant with Saving Grace, Pete Townshend & Roger Daltrey, and Paul Weller are the line-up for the show.
Music alongside charity work is the right way to get people to the location. People love music and if it can help someone to also share some money for a good cause then there’s nothing like it. Everyone loves something soothing to the ears and these charity gigs by Roger Daltrey bring a smile to people’s faces. The tickets for the event go on sale this Friday 12 January @ 9.00am from https://tix.to/TCT2024
Roger Daltrey, The Who, Eddie Vedder to Play 2024 Teenage Cancer Trust – Billboard The Who‘s Roger Daltrey will close out the nearly quarter-century run of his Teenage Cancer Trust fundraising gigs in March with a week of all-star shows benefitting the British charity dedica… pic.twitter.com/Q0hZv3UQKA
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