Bring Me The Horizon announce The Survival Horror European tour
The band will hit the road with A Day To Remember, POORSTACY and Lorna Shore.October 11, 2021
Bring Me The Horizon have announced their next European tour. The run follows their widely successful U.K. Post Human tour. Scheduled to take place throughout the month of February, the 2022 tour is dubbed ‘The Survival Horror European Tour’—a nod to BMTH’s Post Human: Survival Horror album series.
The English five-piece took to their social media platforms to drop the news, along with their scheduled tour dates and venues. First, the four bands will kick off the tour at the Lotto Arena in Antwerp, Belgium. The European tour will eventually wrap up in Munich, Germany at Zenith.
— Bring Me The Horizon (@bmthofficial) October 11, 2021
Lorna Shore also made their own announcement on Twitter regarding the tour, stating that they are “returning to reclaim Europe.”
This won’t be the first time Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Sykes connects with POORSTACY. The pair collaborated on “Knife Party,” which dropped alongside POORSTACY’s new album, Party At The Cemetery. The track features a familiar metalcore backbone while showcasing both musicians’ unique vocal range.
In an exclusive interview with AltPress, POORSTACY discussed the record and how his own tour will be a “masquerade” that reflects his affinity for all things creepy.
“POORSTACY’s deeper than music. It’s not just music,” he says. “It’s a world [where] I want to portray things that I like and things that I’m interested in, like masquerade culture, fashion culture, choreography, ballet.
“All these different things [are] going to be incorporated into the show, even down to the root and core of what shows I started going to, like drum-and-bass and deep house music and deep electronic music,” he continues.
Tickets for ‘The Survival Horror European Tour’ are set to go on sale Wednesday, Oct. 13 and are available here. Check out the tour dates below!
02/01 – Antwerp, BE @ Lotto Arena
02/03 – Lyon, FR @ Halle Tony Garnier
02/04 – Barcelona, ES @ Sant Jordi Club
02/05 – Madrid, ES @ Palacio Vistalegre
02/07 – Lisbon, PT @ Camp Pequeno
02/09 – Toulouse, FR @ Zenith
02/11 – Basel, CH @ St. Jakobshalle
02/12 – Milan, IT @ Lorenzini District
02/14 – Vienna, IT @ Stadthalle
02/15 – Budapest, HU @ Budapest Arena
02/16 – Prague, CZ @ Mala Sportovni Hala
02/18 – Gliwice, PL @ Arena Gliwice
02/20 – Berlin, DE @ Velodrom
02/21 – Hamburg, DE @ Barclaycard Arena
02/23 – Amsterdam, NL @ Ziggo Dome
02/24 – Dusseldorf, DE @ Mitsubishi Electric Halle
02/25 – Stuttgart, DE @ Schleyer-Halle
02/27 – Munich, DE @ Zenith