Get yourself to Bring Me The Horizon’s mammoth shows at Qudos Bank Arena next month!

With a stacked lineup of support acts and a highly-anticipated album in the wings, Bring Me The Horizon’s Qudos Bank Arena shows are an unmissable item on 2024’s music calendar. 

It should come as little surprise that the fanfare around Bring Me The Horizon’s imminent Sydney shows is at fever pitch. The British band’s status as one of the world’s hottest rock acts has been basically undisputed since their 2006 debut, and four-piece are poised to bring their illustrious catalogue to Qudos Bank Arena next month. 

Proving that one show just simply wasn’t enough, Bring Me The Horizon will perform a second show to their Sydney outing due to overwhelming demand, adding to what was already their biggest headline tour of Australia to date. Overtaking Qudos Bank Arena on 12 April and 14 April, the shows will usher in the new era of the  band’s highly anticipated next album, POST HUMAN: NeX GEn. 

That project — a follow-up to the band’s 2020 cult-favourite POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR — has been previewed by the recent single Kool-Aid, and is expected to be released this summer. As the fanfare around NeX GEn continues to intensify, it’s only natural for Bring Me The Horizon to satiate audiences with a tour, with a stacked lineup of support acts for extra measure. 

The band will be joined at their Qudos Bank Arena shows by a collection of names so starry they warrant their own constellation, headlined by UK anonymous masked collective, Sleep Token. We’ve already had a taste of that band’s magnetism following their sold-out headline tour of Australia last April, and they’re sure to continue that success with a smattering of tracks from their most recent album Take Me Back To Eden.

For their part, Perth metalcore outfit Make Them Suffer will also support Bring Me The Horizon in Sydney, fresh off the tenth anniversary of their landmark debut Neverbloom and with new single Ghost Of Me under their belt. Melbourne-based hyperpop star daine will also grace the stage for Bring Me The Horizon’s Qudos Bank Arena shows. 

It’s a dazzling lineup fitting for a band who are sure to deliver yet another classic with NeX GEn, but the Sydney shows will have much more to pull from. Whether they draw from the raucous energy of SURVIVAL HORROR or the breakout hits of Suicide Season, Bring Me The Horizon’s setlist is all-but certain to deliver all the alt-rock revelry the Grammy-nominated band is known for. 

So what are you waiting for? Find more event details and ticketing information for Bring Me The Horizon’s Qudos Bank Arena shows here.