Busted Is Coming To London As Part Of The Band’s 20 Year Anniversary Reunion Tour

It might feel like we’re in the year 3000 as it’s been an age since the popular band Busted performed on stage, but it’s 2023 I’m afraid. It’s been 20 years since Busted first bounced into the charts with their pop-punk energy of their debut single What I Go To School For and now Londoners can go back in time and get a hit of Noughties nostalgia, with the band’s reunion tour coming to London this autumn.

The trio are most known for number one hits Crashed The Wedding, Who’s David, Thunderbirds Are Go, You Said No and top three singles Year 3000, Air Hostess and Sleeping With The Light On. How Year 3000 didn’t break into the number one slot, we’ll never know! Now Busted are celebrating their 20th anniversary with the announcement of a major UK arena tour, during which they’ll hit London on September 10, alongside a series of new versions of fifteen of their classic hits to be released in the build-up, with some very special guests.

Busted on tour

The tour will see the original much-loved trio – James Bourne, Charlie Simpson and Matt Willis – play their hits and fan-favourites to a combined audience of 150,000 people over the course of fifteen shows this September. Performing at the O2 in London on September 10, tickets will go on sale from March 31. Forget crashing the wedding, as with this comeback tour it’s highly likely that they’ll crash the internet or ticket website.

Supporting Busted will be the iconic Hanson (talk about a blast from the past) for all the shows from Birmingham onwards. The pop trio brothers are behind hits including the number one smash MMMBop, Where’s The Love, I Will Come To You’ and Penny & Me. The line-up will also feature New Hope Club, who scored a top five hit with their self-titled debut album and have since exceeded two billion streams.

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

Pre-sale tickets to see Busted in London will go live on March 31 from 9am.