Concert

Bring Me The Horizon

Down Under Tour

Date

Thursday 18 April 2024

5:30 pm


Venue

Rod Laver Arena


Tickets

Adults from $174.90*

* Based on the lowest adult price listed via Ticketek. Subject to availability and fees.

Bring Me The Horizon

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!

Running Times
  • Gates Open: 5:30pm
    • Gate 3 (via Garden Square)
    • Gate 4 (via Olympic Boulevard)
  • Daine: 6:10pm
  • Make Them Suffer: 6:50pm
  • Sleep Token: 7:45pm
  • Bring Me The Horizon: 9:00pm

Note: Times are approx. and subject to change without notice.

Important Event Information
  • There are several options for your journey to Rod Laver Arena:
    • Public transport is the quickest and easiest option. Before you attend, plan ahead and allow extra travel time for any major disruptions.
    • Parking is available at the Eastern Plaza Car Park (Entrance D, Olympic Boulevard). We strongly recommend pre-booking; drive-up spaces are subject to availability. Bookings close at midnight the night before the event.
      • Note: Accessible parking must be pre-booked via Ticketek
  • To ensure a smooth entry into the venue, download your tickets to your Digital Wallet.
  • Bags must be A4 size or smaller. Larger bags are not permitted.
  • Cloaking is available via the Information Desk (Gate 4) or Show Court 3. Any prohibited items listed in the venue Conditions of Entry will not be accepted for cloaking.
  • All retail outlets are cashless. Any transactions must be made using a credit or debit card. 
  • Queuing is not permitted until after 8:00am on event day. Camping within the Melbourne & Olympic Parks precinct is strictly prohibited. Queuing spaces are unsheltered, and please ensure you have enough food and drink for the day. Venue security is not responsible for keeping the order of the line and cloaking of chairs or large items will not be permitted. 
  • Patrons cannot wear facemasks to enter the venue, walk on the concourse, or when purchasing food, drinks, or merchandise. Masks can be worn once inside the bowl in allocated seats or on the general admission floor. Patrons must remove their mask if requested by venue staff.
  • All drinks will be served in plastic cups.

Note: This event may contain sequences of flashing lights, laser, strobe, haze and pyrotechnics which may affect guests who are susceptible to photo sensitivities and medical conditions.

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Bring Me The Horizon

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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Sleep Token

Enigmatic British band Sleep Token combine post-rock, post-classical, and post-metal tropes with soulful indie pop vocals into a blend that sounds like nothing else.

They released their innovative debut album, Sundowning, in 2019 and found mainstream success two years later with the U.K.-charting This Place Will Become Your Tomb.

The anonymous, masked collective unveiled their third full-length effort, Take Me Back to Eden, in 2023. The album quickly became an international success, cracking the higher reaches of the charts in multiple countries.

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Make Them Suffer

Growth, and the desire for eternal forward motion have been the concepts that have defined Make Them Suffer since the very beginning; and have been the foundations that led them from the world’s most remote capital city Perth in Australia, to becoming a household name on stages around the world.

As they have traversed previous eras, the five piece have grown through the genres of deathcore, melodic death metal, & heavy metalcore.

Through ‘Ether’, ’27’, and ‘Hollowed Heart’, the band has worked to shed themselves of the shackles of expectation, and as they look towards the open road that lies ahead of them.

SUPPORT

Daine

Hailing from Melbourne, Australia, Filipino-Australian artist Daine is the new soundtrack for a disillusioned generation navigating life in an unforgiving world.

Harbouring an almost obsessive passion for midwestern emo in the likes of Tigers Jaw, Sunny Day Real Estate, American Football and more, Daine takes those references from the past and transposes them to something more future-facing.

Harnessing all the emotion that comes from those early 00s icons, Daine blends those wrought atmospheres with contemporary hip-hop production and a saccharine vocal that provides a bittersweet edge.

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