Bring Me The Horizon postponed Singapore gig due to illness

British rock band Bring Me The Horizon postponed their Singapore return this September 27.

LAMC Productions regret to announce that the show, originally set to be held at Fort Gate, Fort Canning Park next Tuesday, will not go ahead due to lead singer Oli Sykes’s illness.

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Sykes has been diagnosed with viral throat infection and acute laryngitis, making him “hardly able to speak, let alone sing”. While one their Australian tour, a doctor advised Sykes that he needed immediate rest and should not perform for the remainder of the tour.

Bring Me The Horizon have since cancelled shows in Adelaide, Melbourne and Auckland.

Bring Me The Horizon SG
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The Sheffield five-piece are fully committed to return to Singapore in early 2017 to make up for the cancelled show.

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Details will be released shortly with regard to when and how fans will be able to see the band perform along with full refund details from point of purchase.

Ticket holders are encouraged to retain their tickets pending the announcement of new dates.





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