The Who and Nile Rodgers & Chic had rescheduled their Teenage Cancer Trust concerts from last year.
Organisers have confirmed the Teenage Cancer Trust concert series will not be taking place at the Royal Albert Hall in London this year.
After the 2020 calendar was forced to be cancelled during the early stages of the pandemic, archive sets from the likes of Paul McCartney, Paul Weller, Pulp and Noel Gallagher were streamed online to help raise important funds for the charity, and there may need to be similar initiatives this year after the same decision was taken.
“We’re sad to announce that due to the ongoing coronavirus situation the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs at the Royal Albert Hall in March 2021 are not able to go ahead,” a statement from the chief executive Kate Collins reads.
“We are all gutted that our iconic Royal Albert Hall shows have been cancelled for a second year, but we look forward to welcoming people back to our world-famous gigs as soon as we can and we’re so grateful for all the support the music industry and artists give to make the gigs possible.”
— Teenage Cancer Trust (@TeenageCancer) February 15, 2021