Matt, Charlie and James are back again! Busted announce 2017 Night Driver UK Tour.
Busted 2017 tour dates
Updated: 11 October 2016
Continuing their comeback, the Busted boys have announced a huge UK tour to support their upcoming album Night Driver, set for release in November. The band have promised to play new songs and old hits during the extensive dates which take place at intimate venues around the UK in January and February 2017.
Busted embark on a nationwide UK and Ireland arena tour in 2016, their first in over a decade.
Updated: 17 November 2016
It’s the news that every Busted fan has been waiting for since the boys first split, the original line-up of Matt, James and Charlie has reunited for their first tour in over 12 years. Busted will play a massive tour during May and June 2016.
Kicking things off on Wednesday 11 May at London’s SSE Arena, Wembley, the gig will be a trip down memory lane for the boys and fans. It was at Wembley Arena where Busted played their final gig together. Now, it will be where fans will get to hear their classic hits performed by all three original Busted members for the first time in over a decade.
Busted’s tour will continue to arenas in Glasgow, Newcastle, Sheffield, Nottingham, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Cardiff, Bournemouth, London, Belfast and Dublin during May and June 2016.
The group have not lost any popularity since their heyday in the noughties and will play multiple shows at London’s The O2 arena, Glasgow’s The SSE Hydro, Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena and Manchester Arena.
From What I Go To School For, Crashed The Wedding, You Said No, Air Hostess and Year 3000, Busted tickets will give you a chance to hear all their classic hits. The three-piece have also revealed the band are working on new music for the first time since 2004, which means bagging a Busted ticket could mean you’ll be the first to hear their new tracks.
Busted released just two studio albums during their time together: Busted (2002) and A Present For Everyone (2004). However, it only took the two albums to win the hearts of a generation, sell over five million records and earn four chart-topping singles.
Launched in 2002, by being the first band to appear on the cover of Smash Hits magazine without releasing a single, Busted had a big impact on the music world during their short time together. The band earned two BRITs and Record of the Year, along with selling 700,000 Busted tickets in just one year.