The Who to appear at Teenage Cancer Trust shows 2022

Prior to kicking off their long-awaited North American tour this April, The Who will play an acoustic show at this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust Concerts at the Royal Albert Hall, London on Friday 25 March 2022.

Following their success with the 2020 acoustic shows at Pryzm, Kingston-on-Thames, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will front an acoustic band featuring Simon Townshend, Phil Spalding, Jody Linscott, Billy Nicholls, Geraint Watkins, Charlie Hart and Andy Cutting, performing some Who classics, rarities and all-time favourites – it promises to be a fantastic night.

The support band for this show are The Wild Things, who have been in the studio recently recording their forthcoming album, produced by Pete Townshend.

Tickets for this, and all Teenage Cancer Trust Concerts at the Royal Albert Hall will go on sale 9.00am Friday 25 February. Tickets from here.

Here is the full line-up for the whole week of Teenage Cancer Trust Concerts:

Find out more about Teenage Cancer Trusts Concerts

18 thoughts on “The Who to appear at Teenage Cancer Trust shows 2022”

  1. Paul Murray says:

    Well done fellas. Brilliant the way you’ve always supported this charity. A few knighthoods are well overdue.
    Stay well and good luck.


  2. Simon says:

    Gutted I can’t go. Already double booked that night with Cory Wong and Joe Jackson

  3. Gavin Montana says:

    How much are the tickets for The Who

    1. The Who says:

      Tickets go on sale on Friday 25 February when you’ll be able to check prices.

  4. Luis says:

    Great. Hope you don’t forget to include some rarely or never played before songs, like “Love Ain’t For Keeping”, “In the Ether”, “Tattoo”, “Going Mobile”, “Sensation”, “They are all in Love”, “Imagine a Man”, “Athena”, “One Life is Enough”, and many more. The Who can play many acoustic songs and record a new live album.

  5. Derek Malone says:

    The ticket details mentions that there will be additional seats available to club members and to be in your account when booking…I realise that tickets cannot be booked until Friday, but there is absolutely nothing in “my account”…will something pop up before Friday?

    1. The Who says:

      Derek, the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs are benefit charity gigs and there is no Who Fan Club pre-sale for them.

  6. Richard says:

    I’ve not seen any Wholigan advance purchase details for this gig. I did think fan membership gave advance purchase on all Who gigs.

    1. The Who says:

      Richard, the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs are benefit charity gigs and there is no pre-sale for them.

  7. Gavin says:

    Hi guys
    After the cancellation of the last UK tour apart from the Teenager Cancer Trust & Rogers solo tour any plans for proper Uk tour?🤞🙏

  8. Big Dan says:

    Great idea and setlist!

  9. Bill Graydon says:

    The greatest band in the world, oh yes

  10. Mike Lewis says:

    Thanks, Pete and Roger. You have meant so much to so many for sooooo long. God bless you both for all the years. We have all had a wonderful experience with each other. The Greatest ROCK Band and the Greatest Fans. both loyal till DEATH. Lol, LONG LIVE ROCK !

  11. Richard says:

    Pete was interviewed by Rolling Stone and said there will be UK gigs in 2023.

  12. Richard says:

    Brillient show last night guys. Fantastic to see an accoustic incarnation of such great songs. Last time I saw ‘let my love open the door’ live was 1989 at Wembley Arena and Real Good Looking Boy in 2007. Next stop for me is Roger at the Palladium in July which I am so looking forward to and hopefully UK Hits Back Tour in 2022. Meanwhile have a blast in the USA. Xx

  13. Ron Slangen says:

    What a great performance last Friday in the Royal Albert Hall!! I came over from The Netherlands and had a superb evening. I hope a lot of money goes to the Teenage Cancer Trust! Well done by my alltime favourite rockband.

  14. Mark Smith says:

    The who have already announced and explained why a UK tour will not happen until next year 2023..

  15. Mike Wallace says:

    Hi went to the show and what a great night, Roger and Pete looked like they had a great time and they made light of the mistakes. It was great to see the guys again and the band on stage did a great job. Simon deserves a mention once again rock steady in unison with brother Pete and it was nice they played one of his songs as well. Great show great time had by all that was there, Thanks Roger and Pete for all you have done over the many years.
    PS hope there will be a Video of the show on sale soon.

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