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Bring Me The Horizon have rescheduled their BRITs Week show

Originally set to take place tonight (19th February), it'll now happen in May.
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Published: 8:44 am, February 19, 2019
Bring Me The Horizon have rescheduled their BRITs Week show

Bring Me The Horizon have been forced to cancel their special BRITs Week show.

The date, set for London's Dome as part of the War Child series of shows, will now take place on 29th May after frontman Oli Sykes ruptured his vocal chords during a North American tour.

A tweet from War Child reads:

Two days after the rearranged show on 31st May, Bring Me The Horizon will headline the considerably larger Victoria Park, as part of this year's All Points East festival.

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