Busted are bringing their huge 20th anniversary tour back to London.
The pop-rock trio have released their Greatest Hits 2.0 album on 15 September and will continue to play some of the biggest venues across the nation in support of the record. It features reimagined versions of the band's most famous tracks including Year 3000 - and the setlist for the tour has been confirmed.
Fans will be flocking to some of the biggest arenas in the country throughout September and October to see the group. The next stop on the tour will take them to London - where they will play the second of three shows at London's The O2 arena on Wednesday, 27 September.
But how long is a Busted concert - and when will the next concert start? Here's all you need to know:
When and where is the next Busted concert?
The pop-rock band are on the road for their 20th anniversary & greatest hits tour throughout September and October. It kicked-off at the Plymouth Pavillions on Saturday, 2 September and was followed up by a show at Cardiff International Arena in Cardiff on Sunday, 3 September.
For the next stop they will be returning to London on Wednesday, 27 September - for the second of three concerts at The O2 arena.
How long is a Busted concert?
The band played the first two shows on the tour on 2 and 3 September in Plymouth and Cardiff. Busted are due to perform from 95 minutes (1 hour 35 minutes) at Brighton.
They have played 18 songs each night on the first dates of the tour. You can likely expect a similarly long set throughout the tour in September and October.
What are the door times in London?
The doors will open at 6.30pm at The O2 in London, according to the venue's website.
What time does London show start?
The concert will start at 7.30pm - with the first support act opening the show. They will perform from 7.30pm until 7.50pm.
Hanson are due to take to the stage at 8pm and play until 8.30pm. Busted will begin their set at 9pm and it will end at 10.30pm - all timings are approximate and subject to change.
Tickets are running low for the tour and many shows are sold out.