This will be their biggest Australian headline tour to date with an ultimate stacked lineup.
The one and only Bring Me The Horizon are touching down under in April 2024 for their biggest headline tour to date, and they’re bringing a star-studded lineup with them, featuring Sleep Token, Make Them Suffer, and the sensational Daine.
Kicking off in Sydney on 14 April, the lineup will head to Adelaide and Melbourne before finishing up in Brisbane on 20 April.
The Bring Me the Horizon Down Under Tour Dates:
- Sunday 14 April 2024 – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
- Wednesday 17 April 2024 – Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
- Thursday 18 April 2024 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
- Saturday 20 April 2024 – Riverstage, Brisbane
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Fresh from dropping their latest hit, “DArkSide,” BMTH is on a whirlwind world tour since their triumphant headline performance at the 2022 Good Things Festival. They’ve graced the stage of Download Festival in June 2023, rocking out in front of over 100,000 fans. To add to the excitement, they’ve been adding the final touches to their highly anticipated new studio album, “POST HUMAN: NeX GEn.”
“DArkSide” joins a string of stellar singles like “LosT,” “AmEN!,” “DiE4u,” and “sTraNgeRs,” part of the globally acclaimed “Post Human” series, which has collectively racked up a staggering 310 million streams.
The BMTH trophy cabinet is bursting with accolades: BRIT and Grammy nominations, multi-platinum hits, over 1 billion YouTube views, and ranking among the top 500 most streamed artists globally on Spotify. They’ve seized the #1 spot on the ARIA Albums chart not once but four times in the last decade. The “POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR” EP, which marked the start of the “POST HUMAN” era in 2020, debuted at Number 1 on the UK Album chart and #3 in Australia on the ARIA chart. In 2022, they wowed the audience at the BRIT Awards when they joined forces with Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran for a sensational performance of “Bad Habits.”
But BMTH isn’t the only act that will have you on your feet. Sleep Token captured Australian hearts during their first Australian headline tour in April, with every show selling out and leaving fans clamoring for more. Their third studio album, “Take Me Back To Eden,” debuted at #3 on the ARIA album charts, winning fans and critics alike from around the world. Their live shows have been nothing short of spectacular, selling out London’s iconic Wembley Arena in just 10 minutes!
The homegrown heroes of Perth, Make Them Suffer, have been having their busiest and most successful year yet. Celebrating the tenth anniversary of their debut album “Neverbloom” with a sold-out Australian tour, they’ve also treated fans to a fresh track, “Ghost Of Me,” earlier this year. After rocking the Monsters of Oz tour of North America alongside bands like Parkway Drive, The Amity Affliction, and Northlane, they’re gearing up for a UK tour, returning to their Australian fans for the Good Things Festival 2023.
For BMTH enthusiasts, you’re in for an extra treat. Daine, the genre-bending artist and songwriter, is joining the lineup. Known for the hit track “SALT” featuring Oli Sykes, they’ve been on a thrilling musical journey with two EPs, “QUANTUM JUMPING” (2022) and “shapeless” (2023). Their latest offering, “BITE BACK,” promises another exciting facet to their ever-evolving style.
Lineups like this don’t come around every day. Make sure you secure your tickets before they’re all gone.
Early Bird Pre-Sale Tickets On Sale: Thursday 19 October @ 9 am local time. General Tickets On Sale: Monday 23 October @ 9 am local time. To grab those early bird tickets, register here: Ticket Access For general ticket purchases, head to Destroy All Lines.