Last 2 Tickets to Bring Me The Horizon Concert in London - Auction 1
Exclusive tickets to see Bring Me The Horizon in London on Tuesday, 19 February 2019 at The Dome.
War Child BRITs Week together with O2 is proud to announce a special night at The Dome with Bring Me The Horizon.
These are the last tickets available!
With a sound that’s spanned from deathcore to alt-rock across their six studio albums, Bring Me The Horizon are one of the UK’s top rock exports this century. Their 2018 single ‘Mantra’ is nominated for ‘Best Rock Song’ at this year’s Grammy Awards.
Housed in a Victorian building complex originally intended for use as a community centre and swimming baths, and having survived everything from world wars and infernos to hardcore punk shows, The Dome has steadily earned a reputation as one of the most vibrant and diverse music venues in London.
You will receive 2 tickets to see this Bring Me The Horizon show!
- Tickets must be collected on the night and guarantee entry.
- Doors open at 7pm
- Bring Me The Horizon is performing as part of War Child BRITs Week together with O2. Live music changes lives.
- Age restrictions: 14+ (Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)
- Once payment has been received the winner’s name will be added to the guestlist. Please bring valid photo ID in order to be granted access. The winner’s guest must be present and enter the venue at the same time as the auction winner.
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