Bring Me The Horizon cancel a few more tour dates due to laryngitis

They plan to reschedule for 2017.
Bring Me The Horizon have been forced to cancel a few more live dates as frontman Oli Sykes has been diagnosed with acute laryngitis.

The band will no longer play in Melbourne tonight and tomorrow (22nd, 23rd September), in addition to the cancelled Adelaide date earlier this week.

“Medical advice is that he needs immediate rest and cannot perform for the remainder of the tour,” reads a statement.

While no concrete plans have been made to reschedule the dates, the band are “fully committed to return to Australia in early 2017 to complete these shows in Melbourne and Adelaide.”

You can catch BMTH touring the UK this October / November, with a massive run that includes two show at London’s O2 Arena.


31 London, O2 Arena


1 Bournemouth, International Centre

2 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena

4 Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena

5 London, O2 Arena

6 Sheffield, Motopoint Arena

8 Manchester, Arena

9 Glasgow, SEE Hydro

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