Busted will celebrate their 20th Anniversary with a Greatest Hits UK arena tour this September/October plus special guests Hanson, New Hope Club & The Tyne.


Busted 2023 UK Arena Tour Dates:

Plymouth Pavilions, 02 Sept
Cardiff International Arena, 03
Swansea Arena, 05
Bournemouth BIC, 06
Brighton Centre, 07
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 09
London The O2, 10
Bridlington Spa, 12
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 13
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 15
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 16
Leeds First Direct Arena, 17
Aberdeen P&J Live, 19
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 20
Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, 22
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 23
Manchester AO Arena, 24
Cardiff International Arena, 26
London The O2, 27
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 29
Manchester AO Arena, 30
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 01 Oct
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 04
Dublin 3Arena, 06 ***EXTRA DATE***
Belfast The SSE Arena, 08 ***EXTRA DATE***
London The O2, 10

Tickets on sale now & Friday (14 April) at 9am from Ticketmaster AXS The Ticket Factory

The tour will see the original – James Bourne, Charlie Simpson and Matt Willis – play their biggest hits and fan-favourites.

Furthermore, the pop rockers will release a series of new versions of 15 of their classic hits in the build-up to the tour, with some very special guests.

The first track to launch the 20th anniversary celebrations will be a new version of ‘Loser Kid’ featuring Simple Plan, due out on 14 April. The song originally featured as the final track on their self-titled debut album and was co-written by Bourne, Simpson and Willis.

It’s been 20 years since Busted entered the charts with debut single ‘What I Go To School For’. They went onto to release succession of hits, including the No.1 smashes ‘Crashed The Wedding’, ‘Who’s David’, ‘Thunderbirds Are Go’, ‘You Said No’ and the Top 3 singles ‘Year 3000’, ‘Air Hostess’ and ‘Sleeping With The Light On’.

Busted have won two BRIT Awards – Best Pop Act and Best British Breakthrough – as well as embarked on multiple sold-out arena tours, selling more than 2 million tickets.

Don’t miss them live on tour this September!

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