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2024 Oli Sykes & Bring Me The Horizon return to OZ
Peter Dovgan
February 1, 2024
Qudos Bank Arena

Bring Me The Horizon are returning to Australia in April 2024!

The Sheffield metalcore heavyweights last toured Australia as crushing headliners of Good Things Festival 2022. After dropping a string of hit singles including Strangers, Amen, Darkside and recently Kool Aid the band will soon release POST HUMAN: Nex Gen.

Bring Me The Horizon are led by Vocalist Oli Sykes, Matt Nicholls on Drums, Lee Malia on Guitar and Bassist Matt Kean. Their name is paraphrased from a line of dialogue spoken by Captain Jack Sparrow in the 2003 film Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl where Sparrow says "Now, bring me that horizon."

BMTH will embark on their biggest tour of Australia yet in April, for Destroy All Lines playing huge stadiums with their biggest shows to date.

With four shows already sold out, don't miss out on one of the big rock n roll metal tours of 2024!

Image by Josh Groom

The tour will also feature support from Sleep Token, Make Them Suffer and Maine.

Sleep Token are a massively popular band right now in heavy music with a growing army of disciples.

Make Them Suffer will need no introduction to Australian audiences who have seen them grow into an in demand global touring force.

Don't miss this monster tour, grab a ticket before every show sells out

Tickets are still available for the following shows

Wednesday 10th April - John Cain Arena, Melbourne

Friday 12th April - Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney

Wednesday 17th April - Entertainment Centre, Adelaide

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