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- Posted on Mar 3rd 2010 7:54AM by Matt Glazebrook
The already stacked line-up for this month's Teenage Cancer Trust charity gigs just got a little more star-studded. An impressive series of support acts have been unveiled for the already announced gigs, including the Mystery Jets opening for the Arctic Monkeys on Mar. 27, These New Puritans (pictured) warming up for the reformed Suede on Mar. 24, acoustic ska troupe the King Blues preceding the Specials to the stage on Mar. 29 and indie-pop trio Sweet Billy Pilgrim supporting the Who.
Ex-Oasis guitarist will have two different openers for his pair of solo shows: the Courteeners on Mar. 25 and hip-hopper Plan B the following night.
All gigs take place at the Royal Albert Hall in London, full details are below:
Them Crooked Vultures, Little Fish (Mar. 22)
Comedy night: Jimmy Carr, Noel Fielding, Rhod Gilbert, Kevin Bridges, Jason Mansford, Tommy Tiernan, James Corden (Mar. 23)
Suede, These New Puritans (Mar. 24)
Noel Gallagher, The Courteeners (Mar. 25)
Noel Gallagher, Plan B (Mar. 26)
Arctic Monkeys, Mystery Jets (Mar. 27)
JLS, Lemar, Diana Vickers (Mar. 28)
The Specials, The King Blues (Mar. 29)
The Who, Sweet Billy Pilgrim (Mar. 30)