Busted will play a show in Preston later this year.Advertisement
The three piece pop-punk trio are coming to Preston Guild Hall on Monday, October 16.
The show will be held in the main Grand Hall room rather than the newer LiVe Venue room.
Danny Morris, Head of Programming for the venue, said: “Busted are a huge name for us to be bringing over.
“We feel very proud to be able to showcase our venue with such a big act.
“A lot of hard work is paying off and we can now show what we can do!
“This is great for the venue, the PGH building and most importantly the city.”
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday, July 7. They will cost £32.50 and are available via the Guild Hall website.
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Busted announced their full reunion in 2015 after Charlie Simpson rejoined the band.
Previously, members James Bourne and Matt Willis had toured with McFly as part of the supergroup McBusted.
Simpson had spent time with his band Fightstar as well as performing as a solo act.
Their 2016 Pigs Can Fly tour saw them perform at venues such as Manchester Arena, Liverpool Echo Arena, and the O2 in London. Over 100,000 tickets were sold within the first hour of them going on sale.