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Bring Me the Horizon Tour Dates + Concert Tickets 2015

Bring Me The Horizon TicketsUK metalcore stars Bring Me the Horizon are gearing up to kick off their upcoming string of 2015 tour dates in style by delivering a killer performance at the renowned Reading and Leeds UK festivals on August 29 and 30.

The boys will then take September off, only to rock the North American soil from October, starting with an October 1 concert in Orlando, FL, live at the Hard Rock Live.

The rest of October will see BMTH touring across the continent, performing in such notable music centers as Austin, Dallas, Denver, Mesa and more. Additionally, the band will rock the Monster Energy Aftershock 2015 festival, as well as this year’s edition of Slipknot’s Knotfest.

Finally, the band will return to Europe in December for a string of four concerts, covering Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus. The band’s new album, “That’s the Spirit,” is set for release on September 11 via Sony Records.

Bring Me the Horizon Cheap/Discounted Tickets 2015

Bring Me the Horizon Schedule 2015

Date Time Location Venue
Aug 29 11:00AM Reading, United Kingdom Richfield Avenue
Aug 30 8:00AM Wetherby, United Kingdom Bramham Park
Oct 01 7:00PM Orlando, FL Hard Rock Live
Oct 02 7:00PM Charlotte, NC The Fillmore
Oct 03 Time TBA Louisville, KY Champions Park
Oct 03 12:00PM Louisville, KY Champions Park
Oct 05 7:00PM New York, NY Terminal 5
Oct 08 6:00PM Toronto, Canada Sound Academy
Oct 09 7:00PM Montreal, Canada Metropolis
Oct 10 12:00PM Chester, PA PPL Park
Oct 12 7:00PM Saint Louis, MO The Pageant
Oct 13 6:30PM Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
Oct 16 7:00PM Dallas, TX South Side Ballroom at Gilley’s
Oct 18 7:00PM Austin, TX Austin Music Hall
Oct 20 6:00PM Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium
Oct 24 Time TBA Elverta, CA Gibson Ranch County Park
Oct 24 Time TBA San Bernardino, CA San Manuel Amphitheater
Oct 24 8:00AM Elverta, CA Gibson Ranch County Park
Oct 25 12:00PM San Bernardino, CA San Manuel Amphitheater


bring-me-the-horizon-bioThe journey of UK metalcore stars Bring Me the Horizon began back in 2003, as a gang of Sheffield lads – Oliver Sykes on lead vocals and keyboards, Lee Malia on lead guitar and backing vocals, Matt Kean on bass guitar, and Matt Nicholls behind the battery kit – joined forces to bring a roaring blend of metal music upon the world.

The group’s debut album saw its release in 2006 under the title of “Count Your Blessings.” Thanks to several single tracks such as “Pray for Plagues” and “For Stevie Wonder’s Eyes Only (Braille),” BMTH have began garnering an underground fanbase despite failing to reach charts in just about every country around the globe.

The foundation was set, and their second album, 2008’s “Suicide Season” saw the band reaching lower chart positions and further expanding their fanbase. Headlining tours, major festival appearances, things were looking good.

In 2010, the boys made a quantum leap with their third studio album, “There Is a Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let’s Keep It a Secret.” By utilizing a vast array of influences, ranging from electronica and clean vocals all the way to symphonic and choir elements, the gang struck a winning formula, gaining praises from fans and critics, as well as significantly higher sales that resulted with No. 1 spot on the Australian charts.

In 2013, the success was secured again with “Sempiternal,” the band’s fourth studio effort. Led by “Shadow Moses” single, the album scored a Gold sales certificate both in Australia and the UK.

The new Bring Me the Horizon album, “That’s the Spirit,” is set for release on September 11, 2015.

Throughout their career, the group has invested everything to build their musical reputation of a solid live unit that delivers ripping live shows filled with blood and sweat. As of 2010, they have sold over 200,000 copies around the world.

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