17th Sep, 2019

Busted revealed as final headliner for Sunshine Music Festival

Correspondent 15th Jun, 2019 Updated: 15th Jun, 2019

POP-rockers Busted have been announced as the final headliner for the Sunshine Music Festival this August Bank Holiday weekend, joining an already jam packed line up for the festival’s tenth year.

Formed in 2000, Brit Award winning Busted were one of the biggest pop success stories of the early noughties, with their hugely successful debut album Busted spawning five hit singles – What I Go to School For, Year 3000, You Said No, Sleeping with the Light On and Crashed the Wedding.

Their appearance at Sunshine promises festival goers one of their famously high energy performances with nostalgia galore, as well as music from their new album Half Way There.

Their appearance will be mark the last of the band’s 2019 summer shows.

The tenth annual Sunshine Music Festival, held in Upton Upon Severn, Worcestershire, will play host to music from Scouting For Girls, Peter Andre, Boyzlife, East17, SClub, The Osmonds, Curiosity Killed The Cat, Claire Sweeney, Judge Jules and many more fantastic acts on the August Bank Holiday Weekend.

The three day festival will also see fans spoilt for choice with DJ’s, children’s entertainment, (including their very own circus!) and a variety of other acts over the weekend performing across five stages.

Sunshine Music Festival runs from Friday August 23 until Sunday August 25

Tickets are on sale now with adult weekend tickets starting from £70 and children under 12 going free.

Visit www.uptonfestival.co.uk for more.

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