Please remember that if you have tickets for either Ed Sheeran (Tuesday 28 March) or The Who (Thursday 30 March and Saturday 1 April), photo ID checks will be in operation. The name of the lead booker will be printed either on the ticket itself or on an addressed header slip along with the tickets. The lead booker must attend the concert with the corresponding tickets and photo ID in its original format to gain entry to the venue. Please note if you were sent a header slip with your ticket you will need to bring this along with your photo ID as instructed. All guests must enter the venue with the lead booker.

Because of this we expect it take longer for people to get into the venue. Please try and get down there as early as possible to beat the queues, relax and enjoy the show.

 

seetickets.com / 0871 220 0260

gigsandtours.com / 0844 811 0051

ticketmaster.co.uk / 0844 844 0444

royalalberthall.com / 0845 401 5030

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Find out why these shows are so important and how by getting your ticket you'll be helping us to reach every young person with cancer, wherever they are.

An incredible amount of hard work and good will goes into organising Teenage Cancer Trust at The Royal Albert Hall, and this includes the artists who all give their time for free. We strongly believe it is wrong for individuals to hijack these efforts and personally profit by selling tickets on the secondary market. We believe the only people entitled to profit from our event are young people with cancer.

We strongly request individuals do not buy tickets with the intention of reselling them. We work hard to establish a ticket sales system that ensures music fans and supporters purchase tickets through official channels, where prices have been set fairly. Our official ticketing partners are, Gigs and Tours, Seetickets, Ticketmaster, and The Royal Albert Hall.