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"Explosive News: Bring Me The Horizon Announces Thrilling 2024 Australian Tour!"

“Explosive News: Bring Me The Horizon Announces Thrilling 2024 Australian Tour!”

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Bring Me The Horizon Announces 2024 Australian Tour

British metalcore giants, Bring Me The Horizon (BMTH), have recently revealed their highly anticipated 2024 Australian tour dates. This tour marks their most extensive headline journey in the Australian region and comes hot on the heels of the release of their powerful single, “DArkSide.” The tour will kick off in Sydney at the Qudos Bank Arena on April 14, 2024, with subsequent performances in Adelaide at the Entertainment Centre on April 17, in Melbourne at the renowned Rod Laver Arena on April 18, and wrapping up in Brisbane at the Riverstage on April 20.

Exciting Lineup and Support Acts

In an exciting twist, Bring Me The Horizon will not be embarking on this venture alone. They will be accompanied by a formidable trio of supporting acts that promise to amplify the tour’s energy manifold. Joining them on stage will be Sleep Token, the renowned Australian metalcore band Make Them Suffer, and Melbourne-based artist, daine.

Tickets and Availability

Fans of Bring Me The Horizon should mark their calendars as tickets for this monumental event will be available for general sale on October 23, 2024, at 9am. With their rising global presence and magnetic appeal, these tickets are expected to sell out fast, so fans are encouraged to secure their spots as soon as possible.

BMTH’s Momentum and Upcoming Album

This Australian tour comes at a time of significant momentum for Bring Me The Horizon. Their latest single, “DArkSide,” offers a glimpse into their upcoming album titled “POST HUMAN: NEX GEN.” Initially slated for a September release, the album was postponed, and the new release date remains under wraps. The anticipation among fans and the music industry is palpable, as BMTH continues to push boundaries and surprise their audience with their evolving sound.

A Busy Year Ahead

2024 is shaping up to be a busy year for Bring Me The Horizon, as they are also set to entertain audiences across the UK and Ireland with their NX_GN WRLD TOUR. They are also slated to perform at the second edition of the one-day rock and metal fiesta, Sick New World, in Las Vegas on April 27. The band’s journey from their headline performance at the 2022 Good Things Festival to the grand stage of the Download Festival in June 2023, where they captivated over 100,000 fans, signifies their escalating global presence and the magnetic appeal of their music.

Talented Supporting Acts

While Bring Me The Horizon takes center stage, the supporting acts are no less in terms of talent and allure. Sleep Token has already left an indelible mark on the Australian audience with their sold-out tour earlier. Their album, “Take Me Back To Eden,” resonated globally, making it to the top charts. Make Them Suffer is riding high on the success of their recent track “Ghost Of Me” and a triumphant North American tour. Lastly, daine, known for hits like “SALT” and her EPs “QUANTUM JUMPING” and “shapeless,” showcases versatility and innovation in music.

Grab Your Tickets Now!

This Australian tour by Bring Me The Horizon is a musical event not to be missed. With a powerful lineup and a band at the peak of their creative prowess, this is a concert experience that will leave fans exhilarated. Secure your tickets on October 23, 2024, and get ready to be blown away by the epic performances from Bring Me The Horizon, Sleep Token, Make Them Suffer, and daine.

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G'day, mates! I'm Greg Buckley, and I've been reporting here in the land Down Under for the last 15 years. I'm all about sports and culture, so if there's a footy match or an art exhibit, you'll likely see me there. Let's give it a burl together, Australia!

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