Topping the bill for the first time at this year’s Download Festival, Bring Me the Horizon performed an unforgettably explosive set at the spiritual home of rock and announced to Leicestershire’s Donington Park that they will be hitting the road on a UK and Ireland tour in early 2024.
Alongside the band’s tour announcement, they announced a brand-new studio album titled ‘POST HUMAN: NEX GEN’ will be released later this year.
The BRIT and Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum quintet will rock out to audiences up and down the UK and Ireland, including shows at London’s The O2 Arena, Glasgow’s OVO Hydro and Manchester’s AO Arena whilst making a hometown return to Sheffield’s Utilita Arena next January.
Special guests Bad Omens, Casseytte and Static Dress will join Bring Me The Horizon across all UK and Ireland dates.

Presales will start Wednesday, 14th June, at 10am, with general on-sale following on Friday, 16th June, at 10am via
Bring Me The Horizon have had an exhilarating few years – selling over 5 million albums globally to date, playing sold-out shows in over 50 countries, including two sold out nights at London’s O2, a night at The Forum in Los Angeles, wowing a traditionally non-rock crowd at Glastonbury Festival in 2016 and 2018 and a headline slot in 2022’s Reading & Leeds Festival. Bring Me The Horizon are vocalist Oli Sykes, guitarist Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean, drummer Mat Nicholls, and keyboardist Jordan Fish.

Bring Me The Horizon UK and Ireland Tour 2023
Tuesday 9th January                     Cardiff, UK                                     Cardiff International Arena
Wednesday 10th January              Bournemouth, UK                          Bournemouth International Centre
Friday 12th January                       Birmingham, UK                            Utilita Arena
Saturday 13th January                   Manchester, UK                            AO Arena
Sunday 14th January                     Glasgow, UK                                 OVO Hydro
Tuesday 16th January                   Newcastle, UK                              Utilita Arena
Wednesday 17th January              Liverpool, UK                                M&S Bank Arena
Friday 18th January                       Sheffield, UK                                 Utilita Arena
Saturday 20th January                   London, UK                                  The O2 Arena
Tuesday 23rd January                   Dublin, Ireland                               3 Arena

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