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Teenage Cancer Trust

Kasabian performing at Teenage Cancer Trust 2009

Teenage Cancer Trust is a UK based charity supporting teenagers with cancer. Roger Daltrey of The Who curates a series of annual concerts in aid of the charity. To date Kasabian have headlined the show three times.

2007Edit

Empire Tour

Kasabian performing at Teenage Cancer Trust 2007

On 29 March 2007 Kasabian headlined the Teenage Cancer Trust of the first time, supported by The Bees and The Lea Shores.[1]

SetlistEdit

Encore

2009Edit

Teenage Cancer Trust 2009

Kasabian posing in the press room at Teenage Cancer Trust 2009

Following three wamr up gigs in Margate, Preston and Leeds, Kasabian headlined the Teenage Cancer Trust for the second time on 27 March 2009, this time supported by Jersey Budd and The Hours.[2]

SetlistEdit

Encore


TriviaEdit

2010Edit

On 30 March 2010 The Who performed Quadrophenia in its entirety at the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust, featuring several guest musicians, Tom being one of them. Dressed in a bell boy uniform he sang on three songs: I've Had Enough, Sea and Sand, and Bell Boy.[3]

2013Edit

Teenage Cancer Trust 2013

Kasabian performing at Teenage Cancer Trust 2013

Following two warm up gigs in Doncaster and Plymouth, Kasabian headlined the Teenage Cancer Trust for a third time on 22 March 2013, with support from Jersey Budd and Dark Horses.[4]

SetlistEdit

Encore


TriviaEdit

  • Kasabian were introduced by Noel Gallagher, who was curating the shows in 2013, having taken over from Roger Daltrey
  • British Legion was brought back for this gig after the band last performed it in July 2007
  • Following the encore, Tom stayed on stage to sing She Loves You
  • Parts of the show were later broadcast by Absolute Radio

ReferencesEdit

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