Other nights feature of Wet Wet Wet (February 5), Oasis (February 6), The Paul Weller Band with Jimmy Page, Robert Plant & The Strange Sensation, and Gary Moore & guests (February 9).

Along with the listed artists, special guests will join the shows at the Royal Albert Hall event. All concerts except the Girls Night Out event with Marti Pellow sold out within hours of going on sale December 7.

Proceeds from the events will go to benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust and the building of special teenage cancer units.

“We are delighted that The Who are once again supporting Teenage Cancer Trust in its quest to improve the health and treatment of teenagers suffering from cancer and other malignant diseases,” said Dr. Adrain Whiteson, the organization’s co-chair.

The Who have been very involved in raising funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust. Last year, they launched the benefit effort with show featuring Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller, Eddie Vedder, Bryan Adams, Kelly Jones and Kennedy. Along with money raised during The Who’s American tour (2000) and the concert at the Royal Albert Hall, the Teenage Cancer Trust was awarded £1 million in donations.

Roger Daltery said, “We’re not just fund-raising for the next single unit. We won’t stop until Teenage Cancer Trust gets all 20 units needed.”

The Who continue to donate proceeds from sales of their DVD The Who Live At The Royal Albert Hall to the trust.