Noughties pop icons Busted have announced an extra concert for Scottish fans as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of the group’s chart debut.
The tour is set to feature some of the band’s biggest hits and fan-favourites, with new versions of 15 classic tracks to be released leading up to the tour.
After initial dates at Aberdeen’s P&J Live and Glasgow’s OVO Hydro were announced – and subsequently sold out – the group have now added another concert at the Hydro.
The group has also added dates for fans in Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Nottingham, and London.
Supporting Busted on the tour will be Hanson, known for number one hit MMMBop, and New Hope Club.
The trio of James Bourne, Charlie Simpson, and Matt Willis will now play a series of 21 shows across the UK in September and October.
Three of Busted’s four studio albums peaked at number two, with 4.5 million sales leading to eight Platinum certifications as well as a total of 25 weeks in the Top 10 and two five-times Platinum selling albums.
They have won two BRIT Awards – Best Pop Act and Best British Breakthrough – while multiple sold-out arena tours have seen them sell more than two million tickets.
In addition to the tour, a new version of Busted’s song Loser Kid featuring Simple Plan will be released on April 14, marking the first track to launch the 20th anniversary celebrations.
Tickets for the tour are now on sale at TicketX.
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