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Sunday, 25th March 2018
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  • Location / London, England
  • Venue / Auditorium/Royal Albert Hall
  • Event / Teenage Cancer Trust

The first show by the band in this city since December 2015 on the 2015 world tour.

Part of a series of annual charity concerts benefiting young cancer patients. Other acts throughout the week included The Courteeners, Roger Daltrey, UB40, Nile Rodgers & CHIC and Kasbian. This historic venue is located by the South West corner of Hyde Park in central London opposite The Albert Memorial. The show took place in the main 5,272 seat auditorium.

The band performed a playback version of 'PSSOM' here in February 1989 at The Brit Awards. Steve Clark's last appearance in a UK concert venue.

Joe Elliott played here in April 2010 with the Down 'n' Outz as support to Paul Rodgers.

'Man Enough' was played for the first time in the UK. 'Foolin'' was played for the first time in the UK since June 2011 in Derby at the Download Festival on the Mirrorball tour. And unplayed on a full tour since October 2003 on the X/Ten tour. UK band Slydigs, from Warrington, were the support act.

Three songs - 'Animal', 'Man Enough' and 'Hysteria' were played on UK radio in early April with the full show to possibly be released in the future.

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