English goth rockers The Cure have announced that they will be performing a three hour set at London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 29th to benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust. The band also raised money for the charity on Record Store Day 2012 by releasing “Friday I’m In Love” on a limited edition 7″.
Robert Smith comments, “The Cure are once again delighted and honoured to be playing the Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust.”
There will be a few other nights in benefit of this charity, with performances coming from OneRepublic, Paolo Nutini with guests, Ed Sheeran, and more. The full line up can be seen below.
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