Noughties boyband Busted have been announced for a huge headline concert next summer.
The trio will perform at Dreamland in Margate on Friday, August 23 2024 as part of next year’s Margate Summer Series.
The band are among the first to be announced as part of the venue’s 2024 summer programme, along with legendary rockers Status Quo, and will play their greatest hits on the outdoor Scenic Stage.
Tickets go on sale on Thursday, October 26 at 10am. You can book tickets online here.
Musicians Charlie Simpson, Matt Willis and James Bourne first rose to fame as Busted with the release of their debut single What I Go To School For in 2002.
The pop-rock band went on to release a number of hit singles including Crashed The Wedding, Who’s David and Year 3000 before announcing their split in 2005.
However, in 2013 guitarist James Bourne and bassist Matt Willis formed boyband supergroup McBusted with members of McFly and performed songs from both bands’ back catalogues.
The six-piece also recorded a self-titled album of new material together in 2014.
In 2015, Charlie Simpson returned to the band and the original members of Busted reunited to tour the UK.
They then released their first album together since 2003, Night Driver, the following year.
The band have recently completed a nationwide arena tour to celebrate their 20th anniversary, including sell-out shows at the O2 Arena in London.
This year’s Margate Summer Series included concerts from the likes of Tom Jones, Queens of the Stone Age, Olly Murs and Bastille.
Further concerts for next summer are expected to be announced soon.