Bring Me the Horizon Tour 2023 : Dates and Tickets
Written by ABC AUDIO on November 30, 2022
As a result of the continuing unpredictability surrounding the COVID epidemic, Bring Me The Horizon has decided to move the European leg of their 2022 tour to the same month in 2023.
The metal band’s tour, which is in favor of their most recent release, the 2020 EP titled “Post Human: Survival Horror,” was scheduled to begin on February 1 in Antwerp, Belgium. This was to be the first stop on the band’s tour.
On January 18, however, the band announced on various social media platforms that the 18-date tour would be moved to the following year. They wrote in an email explaining their decision to relocate the tour, “We want to deliver you the complete concert with no holding back — the true Post-Human experience, but we need to do it safely.” Several of them have been rescheduled to make the original venues suitable for the new dates.
Who makes up Bring Me the Horizon, and what instruments do they play?
Oliver Sykes is the lead singer for Bring Me the Horizon, also known as BMTH by some of the band’s fans. The band also features Matt Nicholls on drums, Jordan Fish on keyboards, Matt Kean on bass, and Lee Malia on guitar. Oliver Sykes has also worked on many other projects on the side, including the creation of his clothing line and the writing of graphic novels.
What is the cost of tickets to see Bring Me The Horizon?
The cost of a ticket to attend Bring Me The Horizon concert is approximately $79 on average. Nevertheless, the costs of tickets are flexible. They may shift significantly depending on many factors, including the location of the performance, the day of the week, the capacity of the venue, and more. Prices could also vary from one city to another.
How to purchase tickets to see Bring Me The Horizon?
The most effective ways to search for, locate and buy Bring Me The Horizon tickets are through Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Viagigo, Vividseats, Livenation, Stubhub, and SeatGeek.
The Bring Me the Horizon floor seats might make for an experience that is truly once in a lifetime. At live performances, floor and front-row seats are sometimes among the most expensive tickets. Tickets for Bring Me the Horizon that is priced at the maximum amount could be for the front row or the center stage.
Bring Me The Horizon’s ‘Survival Horror’ European tour 2023:
03 – MAX-SCHMELING-HALLE, BERLIN, GERMANY
04 – MESSEHALLE, FRANKFURT, GERMANY
06 – ARENA GLIWICE, GLIWICE, POLAND
07 – SPORTOVNI HALA V HOLESOVICICH, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
09 – STADTHALLE, VIENNA, AUSTRIA
10 – ZENITH, MUNICH, GERMANY
11 – MEDIOLANIUM FORUM, MILAN, ITALY
13 – ZENITH, TOULOUSE, FRANCE
15 – SALA TEJO, LISBON, PORTUGAL
18 – PALACIO VISTALEGRE, MADRID, SPAIN
19 – SANT JORDI CLUB, BARCELONA, SPAIN
21 – ST.JAKOBSHALLE, BASEL, SWITZERLAND
22 – SCHLEYER-HALLE, STUTTGART, GERMANY
24 – ZIGGO DOME, AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND
25 – BARCLAYCARD ARENA, HAMBURG, GERMANY
26 – MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC HALLE, DUSSELDORF, GERMANY
28 – LOTTO ARENA, ANTWERP, BELGIUM
Oli Sykes is the singer-vocalist for the Sheffield-based rock band Bring Me the Horizon, which also features Lee Malia on lead guitar, Matt Kean on bass, Matt Nicholls on drums, and Jordan Fish on keyboards.
They released three more records in a similar style before evolving into a more melodic sound on 2015’s ‘That’s The Spirit,’ which was their first album since becoming into a more melodic sound. Their debut album, ‘Count Your Blessings,’ was released in 2006 and put them on the map in the metalcore scene. 2019 saw the release of the band’s sixth and most recent full-length offering, titled “Amo.”
They have amassed seven Kerrang! Awards in addition to receiving multiple nominations for the BRIT, NME, and Grammy Awards for their successful career. They have done significant tours worldwide, including the United Kingdom, Europe, North America, and Australia, and they have performed at festivals such as Glastonbury, Reading, and Leeds.