Irish pop-rock hitmakers, The Script, have announced a run of select tour dates across the UK, kicking off on March 23rd at The Bath Forum. The tour will include a special performance at Royal Albert Hall on March 30th to benefit Teenage Cancer Trust. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 7th at 9am and will be available here.
The money raised for Teenage Cancer Trust directly benefits young people diagnosed with cancer and helps guarantee the expert treatment and personalized support they need. Royal Albert Hall will also be hosting performances by headlining acts Rudimental, Take That, and Doves earlier in that month to benefit the cause.
2018 has been a busy year for The Script between hitting the road for their Freedom Child World Tour and releasing The Acoustic Sessions EP, a collection of fan favorites reimagined, which is available here. The tour announcement is the first news of what the guys will be up to in the coming new year.
We're so excited to be playing Royal Albert Hall for the amazing cause, @TeenageCancer on March 30th 2019. To warm ourselves up, we'll be playing five intimate shows in places we've never played across the UK ?? Tickets on sale 9am on Friday 7th December! https://t.co/RQyJ3kBNvE pic.twitter.com/bOVdbm4oHA
— the script (@thescript) December 3, 2018
The Script also recently celebrated the 10 year anniversary of the band’s self-titled debut album, featuring some of their most well-loved singles such as “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” and “Breakeven”.
"I'm falling to pieces…" happy 10 years Breakeven! ? ?? ? pic.twitter.com/L4CgxRZ70K
— the script (@thescript) November 24, 2018
4 of The Script’s studio albums have topped the UK album charts including the band’s latest album, Freedom Child, which was released September 1st of 2017. The album yielded 2 singles, “Rain” and “Arms Open”.
What songs do you want to hear The Script bring on tour? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix!