Bring Me The Horizon Postpone European Tour To 2023


As the coronavirus surges across Europe, Bring Me The Horizon have pushed back their 2022 European tour by a year.

The British rockers’ European headline tour in support of their 2020 album Post Human: Survival Horror was scheduled to kick off in Antwerp, Belgium, on February 1.

Considering the uncertainties caused by a sharp rise in Covid positive cases on the continent, the tour has been rescheduled to February 2023.

“Unfortunately due to the ongoing covid situation across Europe, our February EU headline tour needs to be postponed,” Bring Me The Horizon said in a social media post.

They added, “We want to bring you the full show with no holding back – the true Post Human experience – but we need to do it safely.”

The band assured fans that updates on Lyon and Budapest dates will be announced soon.

Rescheduled 2023 tour dates:

Feb. 02 – Hannover Swiss Life HallFeb. 03 – Berlin Max-Schmeling-HalleFeb. 04 – Frankfurt MessehalleFeb. 06 – Gliwice Arena GliwiceFeb. 07 – Prague Mala Sportovini HalaFeb. 09 – Vienna StadthalleFeb. 10 – Munich ZenithFeb. 11 – Milan Mediolanium ForumFeb. 13 – Toulouse ZenithFeb. 15 – Lisbon Sala TejoFeb. 18 – Madrid Palacio VistalegreFeb. 19 – Barcelona Saint Jordi ClubFeb. 21 – Basel St. JakobshalleFeb. 22 – Stuttgart Schleyer-HalleFeb. 24 – Amsterdam Ziggo DomeFeb. 25 – Hamburg Barclays ArenaFeb. 26 – Dusseldorf Mitsubishi Electric HalleFeb. 28 – Antwerp Lotto Arena

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