Noel Gallagher will take to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust on 28 March, following the release of his new album ‘Chasing Yesterday’ earlier that month.

2015 will see Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds embark on a UK arena tour preceding the very special show at the Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust. Special guests on the evening will be Baltimore’s Future Islands whose fourth album ‘Singles’ has featured prominently in critics’ album of the year polls, with lead single ‘Seasons (Waiting on You)’ recently being voted song of the year by NME.

The Teenage Cancer Trust is celebrating 15 incredible years of music and comedy at the Royal Albert Hall in 2015 – that’s 86 nights with almost 200 artists!

Noel Gallagher said: “Who’d have thought that after 15 years we’d be gearing up for another stint at the greatest venue in the world? Thanks to everyone, the bands, artists, comedians for all your continued support, and maximum respect to you the people for making it all possible. See you on Saturday 28 March!”

“He was with us at our first show for Teenage Cancer Trust in 2000 and is now returning to the Royal Albert Hall for the seventh time,” added TCT patron and curator of the TCT Royal Albert Hall concerts, Roger Daltrey. “Noel has put his heart and soul into these shows over the years, curating them in 2013 and even releasing a live album for Teenage Cancer Trust. He’s not only one of the best artists in the world but gives himself unconditionally. Noel has been a pivotal supporter to our mission and I’m incredibly proud both of him and the work he’s done.”

This year’s shows are generously supported by associate sponsors Ben Sherman, Derwent London, Tangle Teezer and American Airlines. Further incredible support is provided by media partners Metro and NME.

Tickets can be found here.

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