They are also credited with playing live shows with the likes of JLS, McFly, Selena Gomez and The Sugababes and touring the UK on their own headline sold-out tours throughout 2010
The band has already attracted over 43,000 fans on Facebook, whilst their early independently-released video 'Get Down' featured as Kerrang! video of the week and along with the video 'Worlds Apart' enjoying heavy rotation on The Box and Chart Show TV.
Soul vocalist Dionne Bromfield who will also perform live at Kingsholm as a support act to 'The Wanted' began making headlines in 2009 when her debut album cracked the Top 40 in England.
Following in the footsteps of her godmother neo-soul singer Amy Winehouse the 15-year-old modelled her sound after '60s girl groups, classic R&B, and vintage soul.
Dionne has launched two albums to date with her latest single called 'Yeah Right' featuring Diggy Simmons, the esteemed son of Run DMC hip hop royalty Reverend Run.
Gloucester Rugby's Head of Marketing and Sales, Pete Grzonka spoke of the additional value that these artists added to the event:
"We are delighted to have added two up and coming support acts to support The Wanted Live at Kingsholm at the end of May. Dionne Bromfield and Twenty Twenty should help make it a great evening of live entertainment."
"Tickets for the concert have been selling steadily over the last couple of months and we are hoping that music fans in the area will continue to support the event".
Tickets are available from £22 for general admission and can be purchased online at www.liveatkingsholm.co.uk or by calling the ticket hotline on 0871 871 8781 option 2.