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31 March 2023

Busted Announce Extra Dates On 2023 Reunion Tour

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Busted have added extra dates to their 2023 reunion tour – full details of the shows below.

Tickets for the original shows went on general sale at 9am BST this morning (31 March). Busted have since added six gigs to the forthcoming tour due to high demand. “YOU GUYS ARE CRAZY. We’re adding six new dates including London, Birmingham, Nottingham, Cardiff, Manchester and Glasgow and all of them are on sale now”, the band tweeted. Find Busted tickets here.

The band discussed the upcoming shows in a new interview with Rolling Stone. “We did our comeback tour in 2016, but the focus there was on just breaking the ice so it just felt different,” guitarist and vocalist Charlie Simpson said.

“Now, we’re celebrating something that everyone understands. It feels like this is the tour that would have happened had we never gone away. For a Busted fan, they would be stupid to miss this. If there’s any Busted fan that ever wants to see us again, this is going to be the tour to see… “I look back now and I’m just very pleased that 20 years later we’ve got the chance to do it again and, and we’re lucky to be in that position to be able to have a fan base that are now, you know, still with us. It’s a really fun project and to get people that we love on it, I just think it’s all cool, man,”

Busted – 2023 UK tour

3 – Cardiff, CIA
5 – Swansea, Swansea Arena
6 – Bournemouth, BIC
7 – Brighton, Brighton Centre
9 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
10 – London, The O2
12 – Bridlington, Bridlington Spa
15 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
16 – Newcastle Upon Tyne, Utilita Arena
17 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
19 – Aberdeen, P&J Live
20 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
22 – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
23 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (new date)
24 – Manchester, AO Arena
26 – Cardiff, Cardiff International Arena (new date)
27 – London, The O2 (new date)
29 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena (new date)
30 – Manchester, AO Arena (new date)

1 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro (new date)

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