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McFly and Busted announce horror 'McBusted' tour plans

McFly and Busted announce horror 'McBusted' tour plans

McFly and Busted announced a super tour at the SOHO Hotel this morning.

"It's good to be here for something positive," Matt Willis said, referring to the last time he was at the Soho Hotel confirming Busted's split in 2005. "Last time was quite depressing, so at least this time it's quite cheerful!"

All present seem to have ignored the rather glaring omission that Charlie Simpson - The groups main focal point and sole reason for the band splitting 8 years ago -  has opted out of the reunion. Not that this stopped the merger trending on Twitter this morning with excited fans jumping on the bandwagon.

Whilst we're trying not to be cynical here in SupaJam HQ it all seems a little pointless. McFly were still a going concern as of this year and Busted without Charlie doesn't feel like much of a draw. Anyway - lets see how those tickets  - ahem - (Mc) fly out the door" and everyone can say we were wrong.

If you're interested the McFly and Busted 'McBusted' tour dates in full are as follows:

  • Friday 18 - Glasgow, SSE Hydro
  • Saturday 19 - Liverpool, Echo Arena
  • Monday 21 - Bournemouth, BIC
  • Friday 25 - London, The O2
  • Monday 28 - Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
  • Tuesday 29 - Nottingham, Capital FM Arena
  • Wednesday 30 - Leeds, First Direct Arena

    May 2014
  • Saturday 3 - Birmingham, LG Arena
  • Sunday 4 - Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena
  • Tuesday 6 - Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
  • Friday 9 - Manchester, Phones 4U Arena

Tickets go on sale on the 15th of November at 9am.

 

Here's a taster of what Busted used to sound and look like:-

 


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