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Bring Me The Horizon - New Date for Postponed Auckland Show

BRING ME THE HORIZON
ANNOUNCING NEW DATE
FOR POSTPONED AUCKLAND SHOW

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 2016 – CRS is thrilled to announce BRING ME THE HORIZON have confirmed a rescheduled date following last week’s postponement due to illness.

Their Logan Campbell Centre show in Auckland (September 23) was postponed due to Oli Sykes’ acute laryngitis and medical advice to rest.

Honouring their commitment to return to New Zealand in early 2017, Bring Me The Horizon will come back to play the same venue on Friday February 10.

New tickets will go on sale at 2pm tomorrow, Wednesday September 28. Tickets purchased for the show’s two previously scheduled dates remain valid. The show is an All Ages event.

Fans unable to attend the new date need to contact the original point of purchase for refunding.

For complete tour and ticketing information, visit: www.crsmusic.co.nz


BRING ME THE HORIZON

LOGAN CAMPBELL CENTRE, AUCKLAND – FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2017

ON SALE VIA TICKETMASTER.CO.NZ – 2PM, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 2016

** ALL TICKETS ALREADY PURCHASED FOR BRING ME THE HORIZON AT LOGAN CAMPBELL CENTRE (21 JAN 2016 AND 23 SEP 2016) REMAIN VALID


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