Down Under Tour
Bring Me The Horizon
This event is Bring Me The Horizon – Rod Laver Arena (Alloc. Exhausted).
For Bring Me The Horizon – John Cain Arena, click here.
The undisputed hottest and most successful rock band in the world, Bring Me The Horizon will be heading down under in April 2024.
On the back of unleashing a brand new single, DArkSide, Bring Me The Horizon have been adding the finishing touches to their highly anticipated new studio album, Post Human: NeX GEn. DArkSide follows singles LosT, AmEN!,DiE4u and sTraNgeRs, part of the globally acclaimed Post Human series, which have been streamed over a massive 310 million times.
Don’t miss what promises to be one of the hottest tours of 2024!
English rock band Bring Me the Horizon have made a steady progression from their death metal-inspired grindcore debut to melodic metalcore, maturing into a pop-savvy headline act by the end of their first decade together.
With each release — from 2006’s caustic Count Your Blessings to 2013’s mainstream breakthrough Sempiternal — they dialled back the blood-curdling screams and injected more melody until capturing an alt-metal balance on their 2015 international chart-topping effort That’s the Spirit.
The group was formed in 2004 from the ashes of several Sheffield-based outfits, with the 2003 Disney film Pirates of the Caribbean serving as the inspiration for the band’s name.
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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of their debut album, Neverbloom, Perth’s Make Them Suffer have balanced touring with the release of new music in 2023.
Daine has continued to elevate across two EPs, with their latest track, “Bite Back,” demonstrating the exciting vision of the Melbourne performer.
Concert Event on
Friday 8 - Sunday 10 December 2023at 7:00 PM , at
Rod Laver Arena
Tennis Event on
Sunday 14 - Sunday 28 January 2024at MULTIPLE TIMES , at