Screw mum, I cried when I heard! That’s right, everyone’s favourite early 00s Pop Punk band are going on a tour! 20 years since it all began, the much-loved group are reuniting later in 2023. Clearly, we all want to be there, so here’s how to get Busted presale tickets and the tour dates so you can get planning!
As James Bourne concisely said, “a decade is a long time, two decades is an even longer time.” But no matter how much time passes, Busted will always have a special place in our hearts. After the band teased that something was being announced on March 23, their Instagram confirmed that they’re going on a greatest hits tour!
Though we’ve all got (significantly) older since the band debuted, we guarantee the concerts will be filled with fans unironically screaming out the lyrics to Air Hostess, What I Go To School For and our personal favourite, Thunderbirds Are Go.
Earlier this year, S Club 7 announced a tour, so 2023 is shaping up to be the year for early 00s kids. Let’s just hope we’ve got the budget for all of these reunions.
How To Get Busted Presale Tickets
Although the general sale for the Busted reunion tour goes on sale on Friday, March 31, we all know that won’t be enough to guarantee tickets. There will be plenty of competition for presale tickets too, so make sure you’re prepared.
Busted presale tickets will go live on March 29 at 9 am, however, it’s not as simple as turning up to the website and hoping for the best.
Those interested in those early access tickets need to go here and enter their email. On March 29, you’ll then receive an email with a link to the presale tickets and the fight for them will truly begin. Don’t say you’ll do it later, get your name on that mailing list now so you don’t have to worry about it next week.
Busted Reunion Tour 2023 Dates
Before you buy any tickets, you should probably check whether you can actually go. Having already announced their 15 locations, you may want to reshuffle your calendar if you’ve got any clashes.
Here are The Busted tour dates for 2023:
- Saturday, September 2: Plymouth Pavillions
- Sunday, September 2: Cardiff International Arena
- Tuesday, September 5: Swansea Arena
- Wednesday, September 6: Bournemouth International Centre
- Thursday, September 7: Brighton Centre
- Saturday, September 9: Birmingham Utilita Arena
- Sunday, September 10: London O2
- Tuesday, September 12: Bridlington Spa
- Friday, September 15: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
- Saturday, September 16: Newcastle Utilita Arena
- Sunday, September 17: Leeds First Direct Arena
- Tuesday, September 19: P&J Live, Aberdeen
- Wednesday, September 20: Glasgow OVO Hydro
- Friday, September 22: Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
- Sunday, September 24: Manchester AO Arena
Fans are guaranteed to hear the band’s best hits. However, they’ll also be some new material, including the new song Loser 2.0 featuring Simple Plan.
Also on their tour are special guests Hanson of MMMBop fame, New Hope and The Tyne.
The only thing left to do now is get those tickets and pull that merch out the back of the wardrobe!