This weekend, London’s O2 Arena is all set to welcome Bring Me The Horizon as they bring their NX_GN World Tour to the capital. The band will take to the North Greenwich venue’s stage this Saturday and Sunday (January 20-21). The Bring Me The Horizon Tour will be joined by three special guests as they celebrate the release of their new album Post Human: Nex Gen which was released on 12th January 2024.
The BRIT and Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum quintet will rock out to audiences up and down the UK this month, 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.
Bring Me The Horizon is no stranger to the O2 Arena stage. They previously performed at the venue in 2016 when the band was on their ‘That’s The Spirit Tour’ and again in 2021 for their Post Human string of shows.
About Bring Me The Horizon
Bring Me the Horizon has established itself as one of the most long-running metalcore groups to come out of Sheffield, UK with their brooding mix of deathcore rock and dabbling in other styles such as classical and electronica.
The band formed in 2004 when lead singer and principal songwriter Oliver Sykes was only 16 and some of the other group members were even younger. The average age of the band members was 15. Apart from Sykes, the rest of the band included bassist Matt Kean, guitarists Lee Malia and Curtis Ward, and drummer Matt Nicholls. The lineup has not changed much since. “I Killed the Prom Queen” guitarist Jona Weinhofen replaced Curtis Ward in 2009, but eventually left in 2013 and keyboardist Jordan Fish completed the current lineup in 2012.
Throughout their musical journey, Bring Me The Horizon has meticulously honed their deathcore roots, transforming them into a distinctive electro-rock symphony. This British rock band faced initial criticism for their aggressive style showcased in their debut album, “Count Your Blessings.” However, the band’s success unfolded significantly since then.
In 2008, Bring Me The Horizon defied expectations with the release of “Suicide Season,” followed by the 2010 album. The latter was an important moment in the band’s history as they influenced the pop and electronica genre and gained international fame.
Widely regarded as one of the most forward-thinking heavy bands in the UK, critics acknowledge Bring Me The Horizon’s significant impact on contemporary metalcore. Their genre-blurring approach appeals to a diverse audience, transcending boundaries and resonating with fans of various subgenres, be it screamo, emo, or beyond. With an expansive and innovative musical repertoire, Bring Me The Horizon has undoubtedly left an indelible mark on the modern rock landscape.
Bring Me The Horizon Tour 2024 Dates
Here’s a whole list of the Bring Me The Horizon Tour since it started on 9th January.
Jan 09: Cardiff International Arena
Jan 10: Bournemouth International Centre, UK
Jan 12: Birmingham Utility Arena, UK
Jan 13: Manchester AO Arena, UK
Jan 14: Glasgow OVO Hydro, UK
Jan 16: Newcastle Utilita Arena, UK
Jan 17: Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, UK
Jan 19: Sheffield Utilita Arena, UK
Jan 20 – Jan 21: London O2 Arena, UK
Jan 23: Dublin 3 Arena, Ireland
Bring Me The Horizon Tour 2024 Setlist
Bring Me The Horizon is all set to take their ‘NeX GEn’ tour to the UK with the setlist likely to be different than previous shows. Here’s a setlist from the band’s most recent show at Union Hall 2 in Thailand.
- Can You Feel My Heart
- Happy Song
- The House of Wolves
- Dear Diary
- Parasite Eve
- The Best Is Yet to Come
- Shadow Moses
- Follow You (Acoustic)
- Chelsea Smile
- Itch for the Cure (When Will We Be Free?)
Bring Me The Horizon Tour 2024 Support Act
Special guests Bad Omens, Casseytte, and Static Dress will join Bring Me The Horizon Tour UK venues. Bad Omens is an American metalcore rock band who have released three studio albums since 2016, meanwhile, Casseyette is an up-and-coming solo artist who has attracted attention for her inventive take on pop and rock. Leeds band Static Dress completed the support acts. The band formed in 2018 and has supported Bring Me The Horizon before on the group’s European tour in 2023.
What Time Do Doors Open For Bring Me The Horizon Tour At London’s O2 Arena?
The organizers for BMTH Concert 2024 have set specific timings for opening the doors to the venue for concertgoers. On Saturday, the doors are scheduled to open at 5:30 pm, for the Sunday show, doors will open at 5 pm, encouraging fans to arrive earlier and get the best spot. However, it is important to bear in mind that event timings are subject to change.
It is highly recommended for concert attendees to update themselves about any changes in the timings. Check the official event website for any announcements or the band’s social media accounts to ensure that you are aware of any last-minute changes to the show.
Bring Me The Horizon Tickets 2024
The popularity of Bring Me The Horizon tour is evident in the high demand for tickets. The tickets went on sale some time ago, reflecting the enthusiasm and excitement of the fans. Those who were able to secure the tickets early on are in for an exclusive opportunity to witness Bring Me The Horizon’s electrifying performance in the iconic setting of the O2 Arena.
Bring Me The Horizon Tour 2024 is ready to set the stage on fire with their latest album ‘Post Human: Nex Gen’. With an interesting mix of setlists and special guest performances, the Bring Me The Horizon UK Tour 2024 promises an electrifying experience for its fans. Bring Me The Horizon concert is a must-see for rock enthusiasts this year. Stay tuned to Thesinstyle for the latest updates on the band’s journey. Rock on!