Busted return to the Royal Albert Hall in 2017!

World famous boyband ‘Busted’ will return to the Royal Albert Hall in October 2017! It’s not quite the year 3000, but it’s safe to say Busted are back. They will be performing their new album at the Royal Albert Hall to the delight of thousands of fans. Secure the premier Busted hospitality by signing up to the Villiers newsletter today.

Matt Willis, says: “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!”

Expected to perform their humongous hits and new album, Night Driver that was released to the delight of fans in 2016. Night Driver was Busted’s first album in thirteen years. Their hit single Coming Home and On What You’re On revealed their new sound. ‘Night Driver’ seems to have a similar style to critically acclaimed Daft Park, and reviews have praised Busted’s new direction. It looks like we will ‘Meet You There’ Busted.

Busted have said they are going to continue to mix up their show with more visuals and light shows at their concerts. The British boyband seem dedicated to ensuring a fantastic show for their fans, and at Villiers we can’t wait to see what they’ve got up their sleeve. Get in touch to book Busted hospitality at the Royal Albert Hall in October 2017. As Geri Halliwell orginally came up with the name for boyband Busted, and she has recently released new music, perhaps she was join this renowned boyband at the Royal Albert Hall.

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Sing your heart out to their biggest hits and new sound whilst enjoying delicious cuisine and spectacular drinks with Royal Albert Hall hospitality packages including box seats. Experience the phenomenal acoustics and deluxe comforts of the Royal Albert Hall for an unforgettable concert at London’s most beloved music venue.

Busted performed earlier this year supporting mega star, Ed Sheeran at the Royal Albert Hall to raise money for the charity Teenage Cancer Trust. Could a collaboration be on the cards? With Ed Sheeran’s own arena tour ending soon, speculation is rife it’s not long till Ed Sheeran announces a stadium tour in 2018.

Busted once created nostalgic hits such as Year 3000, What I Go to School For and Crashed the Wedding that charted high in the UK. You Said No reached No.1 in the UK. Busted band members Charlie Simpson, James Bourne and Matt Willis we’re some of the biggest stars of the early noughties. Many are excited that Busted are ‘Coming Home’ with their upcoming Royal Albert Hall performance.

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