The Cure returns to London’s famed Royal Albert Hall in late March for what’s being billed as “an exclusive three-hour show” as part of the 14th annual Teenage Cancer Trust charity concert series, which, this year, also includes appearances by Ed Sheeran, OneRepublic and Suede, performing Dog Man Star in full to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
Tickets for The Cure’s March 29 appearance go on sale at 9:30 a.m. London time on Friday.
This year’s appearance is the second for The Cure, which played the Teenage Cancer Trust in 2006. Frontman Robert Smith, in a news release, says: “The Cure are once again delighted and honoured to be playing the Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust.”
More details and ticket information at teenagecancertrust.org.
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I wonder what The Cure will play?
A new trilogy or just the usual 3 hour megaset?
Would love to see the Suede gig too.