Bring Me The Horizon are performing one New Zealand show this Sunday (September 25th), and Auckland locals City Of Souls have been announced as special guests.
Boasting members from bands that have etched their mark on the local and international hard rock and metal scene such as Blindspott, Blacklistt, 8 Foot Sativa, New Way Home, Cold By Winter, In Dread Response and Solstate, City of Souls are set to stir some interest.
Genre transcending English metal band Bring Me The Horizon are excited to announce a rescheduled date for their only show in New Zealand in 2016.
The new date for the all ages show is 25 September at the Logan Campbell Centre in Auckland.
Tickets still held for the band’s show originally scheduled for the same venue in January are still valid.
Tickets for the rearranged date are on sale from today.
The group’s latest album ‘That’s The Spirit’ topped the album charts in the UK, USA and around the world.
It finds the young group from Sheffield, England, shaping up to be a band that won’t just conquer the world, but become the most exhilarating, boundary-smashing rock band on the planet.
After selling out two Powerstations on their previous visit in 2013, this all ages show is sure to follow suit.
Bring Me The Horizon with special guests City Of Souls
Sunday September 25th: Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland
Tickets via Ticketmaster
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