Fightstar tickets: Presale tickets are out right now | Music | Entertainment

Fightstar are back, guys. No, this is not a drill. 

The iconic rock band, fronted by Charlie Simpson and made up of Alex Westaway, Dan Haigh and Omar Abidi, just confirmed they’re making their way back to London for a one-off show to commemorate an anniversary and to end their eight-year gig break. 

The band’s 20th anniversary will be celebrated by over 12,000 people on March 22, 2024 when they hit the enormous London stage.

This may be Fightstar’s biggest headline show of all time, and it marks what could be the beginning of a new era for the group.

Simpson is on a high, at the moment, as he just finished his comeback tour with Busted, and was featured on GUNSHIP‘s new album, UNICORN, as well.

Even more exciting: Fightstar have confirmed the two massive bands who’ll be supporting them at this Wembley Show.

The rockers revealed they’ll be joined by Twin Atlantic and Loathe – two of the biggest British bands to have hit the scene in recent years.

This stacked line-up is not one to be missed, so you can’t afford to not get tickets at the end of the week.

Tickets for this momentous show come out at the end of the week, but you can get presale tickets long before then.

Here’s everything you need to know:

Fightstar tickets have not yet been given a release date.

However, as the presale tickets are coming out on Wednesday, November 8, 2023, the general onsale tickets are likely to follow on Friday, November 10, 2023.

Once tickets have been released, they will likely be available from Ticketek. 

Click here to buy Fightstar tickets. 

This article will be updated when further information has been released.

Charlie Simpson, the band’s frontman, is ecstatic about their comeback. The group first formed shortly after Busted broke up (the first time). 

Now, he has spoken out about the rockers’ return, saying: “Next year marks 20 years since Fightstar played our first show in a tiny nightclub in Northampton, mainly in front of friends and family. To be sat here today about to play our biggest ever headline show at London’s legendary Wembley Arena is something that is hard for us to comprehend.”

He added: “We are so thankful to all our fans who have been so loyal to us and we can’t wait to celebrate this milestone with them. This will be a very special night for all of us.”

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