LAMC Productions have announced that the hugely anticipated show from Brittish regret to announce that the Bring Me The Horizon show in Singapore on Tuesday, 27th September, 2016 will not go ahead due to illness.
The band played the first few dates of their latest Australian tour in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney, but had to cancel the rest of the tour after frontman Oli Sykes came down with a viral throat infection and was later diagnosed with acute laryngitis. Medical advice is that he needs immediate rest and cannot perform for the remainder of the tour, including the band’s hugely anticipated performance in Singapore.
A press release revealed that Bring Me The Horizon are fully committed to head back to Singapore in early 2017 to make up for the cancelled show but further details have emerged that the band intend to return as early as February to make up for the performance. It is still unknown however whether the same support acts will be returning.
Details will be released shortly with regard to when and how Bring Me The Horizon 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.