Jonas Brothers Team Up For Surprise 'Year 3000' Performance With Busted: Watch

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The Jonas Brothers and Busted perform "Year 3000" on stage during Capital's Summertime Ball 2019. 

UK rock band Busted first release the song in 2002.

On Saturday (June 8), the Jonas Brothers surprised fans at Capital's Summertime Ball by performing an incredible rendition of "Year 3000" alongside the U.K.-based rock band Busted -- the group that originally penned the song.

The two bands jammed out onstage together in a high-energy version of the song that left stadium attendees bobbing their heads and singing along. Busted's three members -- James Bourne, Matt Willis and Charlie Simpson -- traded lines on the opening verse before the Jonas Brothers joined them in unison on the chorus. 

"Year 3000" was released by Busted in 2002, where it reached No. 2 on the U.K. singles chart. The Jonas Brothers dropped their cover in 2006 with slightly altered lyrics, and since then the track has become a staple for the group. 

Check out the incredible collab below.