Bring Me The Horizon announce more Melbourne, Sydney shows

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Bring Me The Horizon announce more Melbourne, Sydney shows


BMTH announce April 2024 Australian tour with Sleep Token, Make Them Suffer and Daine.

Bring Me The Horizon will be heading down under in April 2024 with their biggest Australian headline tour to date with an ultimate stacked line-up supported by Sleep Token, Make Them Suffer and Daine.

On the back of unleashing brand new single, DArkSide, Bring Me The Horizon have been touring the world since their triumphant headline performance at Good Things Festival 2022. They headlined Download Festival in June 2023 to over 100k fans and have been adding the finishing touches to their highly anticipated new studio album, POST HUMAN: NeX GEn.

Bring Me The Horizon 2023 tour

  • Wednesday 10 April 2024 – John Cain Arena, Melbourne
  • Friday 12 April 2024 – Quodos Bank Arena, Sydney
  • 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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DArkSide follows singles LosT, AmEN!,DiE4u and sTraNgeRs, part of the globally acclaimed Post Human series, which have been streamed over a massive 310 million times to date.

They have an impressive string of accolades under the belts including BRIT and Grammy nominations, multi-platinum selling releases, over 1 billion YouTube views, are among the top 500 most streamed artists globally on Spotify and have had 4 x #1 ARIA Albums over the last 10 years.

Sleep Token blew Australian audiences away on their anticipated first Australian headline tour in April which saw all shows sell out with a huge demand for more. Their acclaimed third studio album, Take Me Back To Eden debuted at #3 on the ARIA album charts and had fans and critics raving across the globe.

Perth’s Make Them Suffer have had their busiest and most successful years to date. Celebrating the tenth anniversary of their debut album Neverbloom with a sold-out Australian tour, the band have balanced touring with the release of some new music, with the arresting track Ghost Of Me arriving earlier this year. Having just finished the Monsters of Oz tour of North America with Parkway Drive, The Amity Affliction and Northlane, the metalcore five-piece are lining up a return to the U.K. next, supporting Stray From The Path, before returning home for the summer and finishing off their year performing at the Good Things Festival 2023.

BMTH fans will already be aware of genre-bending artist and songwriter, Daine. A key early introduction to the performer’s unique style and sound was in the Oli Sykes-featuring track Salt; a song that put their stamp on the scene, generating excitement for more music and directions to be explored. Since then, Daine has continued to elevate across two EPs (2022’s QUANTUM JUMPING and 2023’s shapeless), with their latest track Bite Back demonstrating yet another exciting vision forming for the Melbourne performer, still to come.

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