The general sale only kicked off yesterday.
One of the most anticipated tours of 2024 has gone off the rails, with three of Bring Me The Horizon’s Australian tour dates already sold out. The general sale only began yesterday.
The first show to sell out was Brisbane’s Riverstage concert, which organisers announced would have a second concert yesterday (23 October).
Today, tour promoters revealed that Sydney (Qudos Bank Arena) and Melbourne (Rod Laver Arena) dates have also sold out – hopefully, fans who missed out get a second show in those cities too. In addition to the sold-out concerts, Adelaide is selling fast, too.
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Bring Me The Horizon’s upcoming Australian tour isn’t only thrilling because the British heavy music chameleons are returning for the first time since their Good Things Festival 2022 headlining slot but because they’ve enlisted an incredible bill of special guests, including the much-hyped Sleep Token, Aussie metalcore legends Make Them Suffer, and emo, hardcore, pop and trap music artist daine.
The tour is promoting the British outfit’s forthcoming new album, POST HUMAN: NeX Gen, which is receiving the finishing touches. NeX Gen follows Post Human: Survival Horror, the album that boasted the singles Paradise Eve, Teardrops and Obey (featuring Yungblud).
NeX Gen also keeps up the collaborative spirit, featuring the already-released AmEN! starring Lil Uzi Vert and Glassjaw’s Daryl Palumbo, and the pop-punk-inspired LosT. Bring Me The Horizon recently released the new single DArkSide, which you can listen to below.
Tickets to Bring Me The Horizon’s April 2024 Australian tour are on sale now via the Destroy All Lines website.
SUNDAY 14 APRIL 2024 - QUDOS BANK ARENA, SYDNEY – SOLD OUT
WEDNESDAY 17 APRIL 2024 - ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE, ADELAIDE – SELLING FAST
THURSDAY 18 APRIL 2024 - ROD LAVER ARENA, MELBOURNE – SOLD OUT
SATURDAY 20 APRIL 2024 - RIVERSTAGE, BRISBANE – SOLD OUT
SUNDAY 21 APRIL 2024 – RIVERSTAGE, BRISBANE – NEW SHOW, SELLING FAST