Two of the UK's finest rock groups have been revealed as headliners for 2018's Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall.
Courteeners will headline a show on Friday, March 23 performing their celebrated debut album St. Jude for its 10th anniversary.
Frontman Liam Fray said: "It's a great honour and privilege to perform for such a brilliant charity at such a legendary venue.
"This will be the first and last time we'll ever perform our debut album St. Jude in full in London and we're really pleased to be doing it for a such a great cause."
Meanwhile Kasabian will headline the event on Saturday, March 24, following up their sold out arena tour this December.
They have previously performed at the fundraising event in 2007 but they now return with six albums under their belts.
Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall turns 18 in 2018, and it has seen more than 235 artists perform, raising more than £27 million for young people with cancer.
Previous years have seen performances from Sir Paul McCartney, The Cure , Muse, Florence and the Machine and last year Ed Sheeran and Olly Murs.
Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets for both shows will be available from See Tickets.
When do they go on sale?
They go on sale at 9am on Friday December 15.
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