Bring Me The Horizon has taken to Twitter to share that their show in Toronto tomorrow evening, May 17, will be rescheduled.

The rescheduled date has yet to be announced. However, the band say refunds will be given at the point of purchase.

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Toronto’s show was rescheduled because of “venue logistical issues,” BMTH say. However, the band say that the incident was out of their hands. Additionally, according to the band, Live Nation is currently doing everything they can to work toward a proper resolution in the future.  

We are sorry to announce that due to unforeseen venue logistical issues beyond our control the show tomorrow night in Toronto will be rescheduled until further notice,” the band say in a tweet. “All tickets sold for the May 17th show will be refunded at point of purchase.

“A new rescheduled show date will be announced soon. Live Nation has done their best to work out a scenario to adequately support the event to the standard expected, but unfortunately, that is not possible at this time.”

In other BMTH news, the band recently sent fans into a frenzy after posting some teasers over the weekend, sparking rumors that two new songs could be looming on the horizon.

The teasers were released for what fans believe to be two new tracks titled “happysad” and “you’re my only destiny.” You can check out the teasers here.

Additionally, frontman Oli Sykes has found an interesting way to determine the setlist for the band’s All Points East show — by asking the fans themselves. In fact, Sykes took to Twitter to ask fans what they wanted to hear them play at the show.

Bring Me The Horizon are currently touring the U.S., and you can check out the remaining two dates below and secure your tickets here.


05/18 – Grand Rapids, MI @ 20 Monroe Live
05/19 – Columbus, OH @ Sonic Temple Art and Music Festival

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