Bring Me The Horizon Postpones Toronto Show Due To ‘Logistical Issues’
Post-hardcore group Bring Me The Horizon have postponed their Toronto gig at Echo Beach due to logistical issues.
The show was scheduled to take place tonight as a part of the group’s “Second Base Tour.”
“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 announced in a statement yesterday. “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.”
Ticketholders are encouraged to hold on to their tickets for a new rescheduled show, which will be announced soon. However, refunds will also be available at point of purchase.
Earlier this year, the group had to cancel the remaining shows of their North American tour after frontman/vocalist Oli Sykes ruptured one of his vocal cords. The trek was slated to finish in Phoenix and Las Vegas in February. Throughout the summer, they will hit a variety of festivals in the U.S. and overseas like Chicago’s Lollapalooza, Summer Sonic Festival in Japan, and Aftershock Festival in Sacramento.
amo dropped this year, and features singles “mother tongue,” “medicine,” “nihilist blues” featuring Grimes, and the Grammy-nominated song “MANTRA.” The record follows 2015’s That’s The Spirit and Sempiternal from 2013.