The Who, Oasis' Noel Gallagher, Kaiser Chiefs and Kasabian are some of the big-name artists participating in the U.K.'s Teenage Cancer Trust week of concerts, which kicks off tonight (March 26).

Gallagher, hot Scottish newcomers The View and veteran acoustic rock act Shack will open proceedings at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Roger Daltrey, frontman of The Who and official patron of the Teenage Cancer Trust, has invited unsigned British band The Electric City to open for them on the concluding night of the entertainment program, this Saturday.

Now in its seventh year, the fundraiser has featured performances to date from the likes of Eddie Vedder, Robert Plant, Keane, Bryan Adams, Coldplay, Paul Weller, The Cure and comic Ricky Gervais.

The charity's music and comedy program is focused on benefiting teenagers and young adults with cancer by providing specialist units in Britain's National Health Service hospitals. Each unit costs more than £2 million ($3.93 million). The TCT says another 15 units are needed, in addition to the seven already in use.