The beloved English pop-punk band played hits from their number one single-filled discography.
The London 02 show is believed to have sold out fast during the pre-sale stage, with only limited tickets now available for the remaining two dates in the capital.
The musicians are celebrating their 20th anniversary with an arena tour across the UK and a brand-new album of their reworked classics.
— Gabrielle Tinniswood (@Gabrielle_Babby) September 11, 2023
The tour will see the trio, made up of James Bourne, Charlie Simpson, and Matt Willis, play their biggest hits and fan favourites.
Here is a look at when their London concerts are, who their supporting acts will be, and what their setlist is likely to include.
When are the Busted concerts?
Busted will perform in London’s O2 Arena thrice this autumn. These dates are:
Sunday, September 10
Wednesday, September 27
Tuesday, October 10
What time will Busted be on stage?
Doors will open at 6.30pm and Busted are expected to be on stage at around 8.45pm, based on previous shows.
They’re expected to perform for around an hour and a half.
Who are Busted’s supporting acts?
Busted is set to be supported by the American pop-rock band Hanson and the British band The Tyne.
Hanson, which includes the three brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac and two supporting musicians, is best known for their 1997 hit song MMMBop, which earned them three Grammy nominations. The band has sold over 16 million records worldwide since.
The Tyne, on the other hand, is a four-piece band of youngsters who are making a name for themselves in the music scene.
— Kayleigh Couldrey (@ItsKayKayJC) September 11, 2023
What is Busted’s setlist?
Given the fact that Busted has just released an album of their reworked classics, the band will be performing these live.
Based on previous concerts, this is what London fans can expect from Busted’s set list, as reported by Official Charts:
1. Air Hostess (Top Gun theme intro)
2. Meet You There 2.0
3. Loser Kid 2.0
4. You Said No
5. Everything I Knew
6. MMMBop 2.0 (Hanson cover)
7. Sleeping with the Light On
8. Good One
9. What I Go to School For
10. Who’s David
11. Falling for You
12. Thunderbirds Are Go
13. She Wants to Be Me
15. Crashed the Wedding 2.0
16. Teenage Kicks (The Undertones cover)
17. Coming Home
18. Year 3000 2.0
Are there still tickets left?
According to Ticketmaster, there are premium tickets available for September 27 and October 10.
Standing tickets cost around £130-£145, depending on the date.
Tickets for the first show, which took place on Sunday September 10, are believed to have sold out fast.