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Busted to headline vibrant new summer festival - Chilterns Live

The Chilterns will be coming alive to a 90s and Noughties vibe - from Busted’s high-octane Punk Pop to DJ Judge Jules’ chilled-out club classics.

Set in the Tring countryside, Chilterns Live is being held on Saturday 29 June in Cow Lane and boasts a line-up as hot as the summer, with The Feeling,
Sophie Ellis-Bextor and 90s Brit Pop legends Dodgy and Toploader.

“It showcases an eclectic soundtrack of Brit Pop, Punk Pop and dance music classics that have energised dance floors, clubs, fields and even beaches throughout
those two decadent decades of music and beyond.

The guitar trio, known for hits like Year 3000, Who's David, and Crashed the Wedding, are currently celebrating reaching number two in the charts
with their new album Half Way There, released earlier this month.

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From every ticket sold, £1 will be going to Berkhamsted-based charity Hectors House which was set up in memory of Hector Stringer who took his own life at the age of 18.
His family set up the charity with the aim to stop suicide and the stigma around mental health issues.