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Bring Me the Horizon Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR
$34.29
amo
$23.99
Count Your Blessings
$12.35
That's the Spirit
$27.98
Sempiternal
$25.94
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Bring Me the Horizon's tour

Live Photos of Bring Me the Horizon

Bring Me the Horizon at Birmingham, United Kingdom in Utilita Arena Birmingham 2024
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Fan Reviews

Məlişşa
August 6th 2023
The band was absolutely amazing, they put on a fantastic show from start to finish. The Darien lake venue was the most terrible venue I've ever been too, the parking situation was absolutely horrendous. We were less than 100 feet to the entrance when we were redirected by staff to the end of a bumper-to-bumper line of traffic to nowhere. When I came across the staff again, i had to get out of my vehicle to confront them about the hold-up as we were about to miss bring me the horizon. I was told an alternate route to take that got us to the venue entrance less than 10 minutes. Even though the venues sign was leading us back towards the endless line of traffic, and the staff was doing absolutely nothing to redirect the immobile parade of vehicles. I have never seen a more unprofessional handling of a large event like this in my life, and I am baffled at the sheer chaos that ensued. I am glad that I saw the majority of Bring Me the Horizon's set, and will gladly see them perform again. As long as it's any other venue than Darien Lake
Darien Center, NY@
Darien Lake Amphitheater
Florian
May 29th 2023
It was so damn good! The guests were okayish. I loved Poorstacy and their drummer. He was amazing. Hearing „Nothing Left“ blew me away and got me into their music. Didn’t really enjoy Staticdress though and A day to remember also wasn’t really my music but it was okay. Bmth obviously rocked the shit out the Schleyer-Halle. The Moshpits were great fun and holy shit was I happy that they played Obey. Wanne see them live again so bad! Thank you for this show and everyone who was there, it was great!
Stuttgart, Germany@
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
Maddy2011
February 13th 2023
The concert was fantastic!!! The last part of the concert with BMTH was fantastic because the voice, music and stage presence of the band was amazing and Oli Sykes went to the parterre, I was so jealous but I appreciated it anyway!!! Also the videos and in general graphic effects on the screen behind the band for each song were chef's kiss because they made each song even better! Lastly the three support bands I didn't like them that much except the last one A Day To Remember that were very good since I already knew them a little! Cute fact: the singers of A Day To Remember and BMTH were very cute because they said that it was the biggest concert they ever did in Italy and that they loved and thanked us for making it possible!!! ❤️❤️❤️
Assago, Italy@
Mediolanum Forum
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About Bring Me the Horizon

Bring Me The Horizon is a five-piece band from Sheffield, England. Despite only forming in March 2004, the band has gathered a surprisingly large fan base both in the UK and the U.S. Their debut EP, This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For, came out in December 2004 and was the first release from the independent label Thirty Days Of Night Records. The band has since embarked on a number of UK tours supporting well-established bands such as Bleeding Through and Aiden, and also signed with Visible Noise Records in the autumn of 2005. The EP was re-released in January 2006 ,via Visible Noise, to a mainly positive critical response. In September 2006 the band won Best British Newcomer at the Kerrang! Magazine Awards. Their debut album, Count Your Blessings, was released on 30th October 2006 amid a large headlining UK tour. As a very open and aggressive person the lead vocalist Oliver Sykes greatly encourages "Wall of Death" (or Braveheart) moshing, and has also asked for a "Piggy-back Wall of Death" during concerts and gigs.
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Band Members:
Matthew Nicholls: drums, Jordan Fish: Programming and Keys, Lee Malia: guitars, Oliver Sykes: vocals, Matt Kean: bass
Hometown:
Sheffield, United Kingdom

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Bring Me the Horizon to play in your city
Request a Show

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of Bring Me the Horizon

Bring Me the Horizon at Birmingham, United Kingdom in Utilita Arena Birmingham 2024
View All Photos

Bring Me the Horizon merchamazonview store

POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR
$34.29
amo
$23.99
Count Your Blessings
$12.35
That's the Spirit
$27.98
Sempiternal
$25.94
View All
Bring Me the Horizon's tour

Fan Reviews

Məlişşa
August 6th 2023
The band was absolutely amazing, they put on a fantastic show from start to finish. The Darien lake venue was the most terrible venue I've ever been too, the parking situation was absolutely horrendous. We were less than 100 feet to the entrance when we were redirected by staff to the end of a bumper-to-bumper line of traffic to nowhere. When I came across the staff again, i had to get out of my vehicle to confront them about the hold-up as we were about to miss bring me the horizon. I was told an alternate route to take that got us to the venue entrance less than 10 minutes. Even though the venues sign was leading us back towards the endless line of traffic, and the staff was doing absolutely nothing to redirect the immobile parade of vehicles. I have never seen a more unprofessional handling of a large event like this in my life, and I am baffled at the sheer chaos that ensued. I am glad that I saw the majority of Bring Me the Horizon's set, and will gladly see them perform again. As long as it's any other venue than Darien Lake
Darien Center, NY@
Darien Lake Amphitheater
Florian
May 29th 2023
It was so damn good! The guests were okayish. I loved Poorstacy and their drummer. He was amazing. Hearing „Nothing Left“ blew me away and got me into their music. Didn’t really enjoy Staticdress though and A day to remember also wasn’t really my music but it was okay. Bmth obviously rocked the shit out the Schleyer-Halle. The Moshpits were great fun and holy shit was I happy that they played Obey. Wanne see them live again so bad! Thank you for this show and everyone who was there, it was great!
Stuttgart, Germany@
Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
Maddy2011
February 13th 2023
The concert was fantastic!!! The last part of the concert with BMTH was fantastic because the voice, music and stage presence of the band was amazing and Oli Sykes went to the parterre, I was so jealous but I appreciated it anyway!!! Also the videos and in general graphic effects on the screen behind the band for each song were chef's kiss because they made each song even better! Lastly the three support bands I didn't like them that much except the last one A Day To Remember that were very good since I already knew them a little! Cute fact: the singers of A Day To Remember and BMTH were very cute because they said that it was the biggest concert they ever did in Italy and that they loved and thanked us for making it possible!!! ❤️❤️❤️
Assago, Italy@
Mediolanum Forum
View More Fan Reviews

About Bring Me the Horizon

Bring Me The Horizon is a five-piece band from Sheffield, England. Despite only forming in March 2004, the band has gathered a surprisingly large fan base both in the UK and the U.S. Their debut EP, This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For, came out in December 2004 and was the first release from the independent label Thirty Days Of Night Records. The band has since embarked on a number of UK tours supporting well-established bands such as Bleeding Through and Aiden, and also signed with Visible Noise Records in the autumn of 2005. The EP was re-released in January 2006 ,via Visible Noise, to a mainly positive critical response. In September 2006 the band won Best British Newcomer at the Kerrang! Magazine Awards. Their debut album, Count Your Blessings, was released on 30th October 2006 amid a large headlining UK tour. As a very open and aggressive person the lead vocalist Oliver Sykes greatly encourages "Wall of Death" (or Braveheart) moshing, and has also asked for a "Piggy-back Wall of Death" during concerts and gigs.
Show More
Band Members:
Matthew Nicholls: drums, Jordan Fish: Programming and Keys, Lee Malia: guitars, Oliver Sykes: vocals, Matt Kean: bass
Hometown:
Sheffield, United Kingdom

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