Busted at London O2 Arena: Full info including last-minute tickets and possible setlist

London’s O2 Arena will host Busted for three shows over September and October.
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Busted have officially started their London O2 Arena take over as they celebrate two decades since they first topped the charts. The trio kicked off their three-show stint at the iconic music venue earlier this month.

James Bourne, Matt Willis and Charlie Simpson revealed they would be hitting the road for a 20th-anniversary greatest hits tour earlier this spring. While only one O2 show was confirmed at the time, the group are now set to play a total of three shows across September and October.

This will not be the only time Busted have performed at the O2 Arena. They previously headlined two shows at the Greenwich venue as part of their 2016 Pigs Can Fly Tour.

For those heading to see Busted at their upcoming shows at the O2, here’s everything you need to know.

Full list of Busted’s 20th Anniversary tour shows at the London O2 Arena 

  • September 10
  • September 27
  • October 10

Door opening times for Busted’s 20th Anniversary tour at the London O2 Arena 

As stated on the London O2 Arena website, doors for all of Busted’s upcoming shows in the capital will open at 6.30pm.

When is Busted’s 20th Anniversary tour shows at the London O2 Arena expected to finish?

Event times for Busted’s London shows have not been confirmed. However, O2 Arena events held between Monday and Saturday usually wrap up no later than 11pm while Sunday shows tend to end slightly earlier at 10.30pm.

Busted are set to take over London’s O2 Arena over the next month as they celebrate two decades since they first topped the charts.  (Photo credit: Getty Images)Busted are set to take over London’s O2 Arena over the next month as they celebrate two decades since they first topped the charts.  (Photo credit: Getty Images)
Busted are set to take over London’s O2 Arena over the next month as they celebrate two decades since they first topped the charts. (Photo credit: Getty Images)

Full setlist for Busted’s 20th Anniversary tour shows at the London O2 Arena

An setlist has not been confirmed for Busted’s upcoming London O2 shows. However, they appear to have performed a similar set of tunes across their tour so far. Below is the list of tracks the band performed at the first London O2 Arena show on September 10:

  • Air Hostess
  • Meet You There
  • Loser Kid
  • You Said No
  • Everything I Knew
  • MMMBop
  • Sleeping With the Light On
  • Good One
  • What I Go to School For
  • Who’s David
  • Falling for You
  • Thunderbirds Are Go
  • She Wants to Be Me
  • 3am
  • Crashed the Wedding
  • Teenage Kicks
  • Year 3000

Who are the support acts for Busted’s 20th Anniversary tour shows at the London O2 Arena

Busted will be supported by US pop rockers Hanson and alt-pop UK band The Tyne throughout their three London shows. The What I Go To School For hitmakers will also be joined by up-and-coming singer-songwriter Henry Moodie for their September 27 show.

When will the support acts and Busted take to the stage at the 20th Anniversary tour shows at the London O2 Arena?

Set times for Busted’s London shows are yet to be confirmed. However, the band appear to have the same running schedule planned for both of their upcoming Bournemouth and Brighton shows.

The Bournemouth International Centre and the Brighton Centre have confirmed support is set to take to the stage from 7.30pm while Busted will follow at 9pm during their shows this week. This means London fans could expect similar timings.

How to get last-minute tickets for Busted’s 20th Anniversary tour shows at the London O2 Arena

Fans may still be able to bag tickets for the Year 3000 hitmakers. There appear to be limited tickets still up for grabs for their remaining London shows through the O2 Arena’s official ticket partner, AXS.

Busted 20th Anniversary tour at the London O2 Arena travel - when is the last underground service from North Greenwich?

There will be Jubilee services running until after midnight. According to the TfL site, the last train to Stanmore will depart at 12.19am, while services to Stratford will run until 1am.

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