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Busted announce a show at the Royal Albert Hall

The band will play the iconic London venue on the 17 October 2017.

Having supported Ed Sheeran at his Teenage Cancer Trust show earlier in the year, BRIT Award winners Busted will return to the Royal Albert Hall for their own headline set in October.

Charlie Simpson, James Bourne and Matt Willis will be bringing their classic hits, as well as their most recent album release, Night Driver.

“We are very excited to announce a special show at the Royal Albert Hall,” Willis announced. “It will be no ordinary Busted gig, we’ll have a few surprises in store for our fans to make it a night to remember!”

In a live streamed announcement, the band have promised some extra special surprises.

Having taken a twelve year hiatus, returning for a handful of arena shows, Busted returned to the live scene proper with their Pigs Can Fly tour and the release of their new album. The album’s lead single, On What You’re On, has since surpassed five million streams.

 
As well as the Royal Albert Hall show, and their headline tour earlier in the year, Busted will be appearing at Glastonbury Festival this weekend, playing on the Avalon Stage on Saturday. They’ll also be playing the main stage at Virgin V Festival in August, following shows in Cardiff and South Shields in July.

Tickets for Busted’s headline show at the Royal Albert Hall go on sale at 9:00 on Friday 23 June 2017 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.

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