New date for Bring Me The Horizon Budapest concert

Bring Me The Horizon's concert has been moved up, so the British superstar band will be performing at the Arena on 1st June instead of the originally planned date of August. With the new date, the entire Arena will be available for the metalcore band and their fans, who will have to wait just over six months for the new show date.  

Bring Me The Horizon's first headline show in Hungary was in the old main hall of the Dürer Kert, and now they are preparing for their first Arena show in Budapest, organised by Dürer Kert and Live Nation! The band was originally scheduled to arrive in 2022, but due to the Covid epidemic they had to postpone their tour, and next August they will be playing in the US and Canada, which is why they have now been rescheduled for Budapest. In their decade and a half of existence, the band, who have been hailed as the gods of metalcore, have made the UK charts several times, won four Kerrang! awards - including two for Best British Band and one for Best Concert Band - been nominated twice for Grammys and have been picked up by rock radio stations worldwide. Earlier this year, the band released their middle album Post Human: Survival Horror, the first in a planned series of albums entitled Post Human. From this material, they recently highlighted DiE4u, which is about toxic obsessions and has a rather powerful music video. 

To finally hear the band's horror show live, we don't have to wait that long: meet them at the Arena on 1st June, where they will be accompanied by Spiritbox, the Canadian heavy metal band founded by husband and wife.