Bring Me The Horizon Setlist: Here is everything you need to know ahead of Oli Sykes and BMTH show in Glasgow

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Here's everything you need to know ahead of Bring Me The Horizon's stop at the OVO Hydro in Glasgow on their UK tour.

For Britain's biggest metal act Bring Me The Horizon, it has been a strange start to the new year with the departure of key band members and a delayed new album, however, with their UK arena tour appears to have started explosively.

Fronted by enigmatic singer Oli Sykes, the Sheffield metallers announced that multi instrumentalist and key songwriter Jordan Fish had affectively been let go at the back end of 2023, while their newest album POST HUMAN: NeX GEn is still yet to be released having been delayed back in September.

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That said, with a new song released from Sykes and co. yesterday followed by a mammoth UK tour is certain to cement their place as Britain's number one metal act despite their recent troubles - and their stop off in Scotland's biggest city next week is certain to prove to fans that this band is far from done.

Looking to grab a ticket for the one of the hottest gigs of the new year? Here is everything you need to know about Bring Me The Horizon gig at the Glasgow OVO Hydro.

Bring Me The Horizon Glasgow Hydro stage times

As of yet, the venue has not confirmed its stage times. However, with doors confirmed to open for 5:30pm, we can expect support acts will begin around 7pm with Bring Me The Horizon due on stage for approximately 9.15pm if their opening UK tours are anything to go by.

Once we have the confirmed times, we will update via here.

Who is supporting Bring Me The Horizon, BMTH tour support including Cassyette

The Sheffield metal act are bringing three others bands with them on their UK tour, with many metal fans delighted they have added American metalcore act Bad Omens as their main support.

One of the biggest up and coming metal acts on the planet, check out songs like 'Just Pretend' and 'Dethrone' to get a taste of what they offer. Cassyette and Static Dress are also part of the line-up.

Bring Me The Horizon Glasgow, BMTH tickets

Tickets for the metal arena show are still available via Ticketmaster, with a range of options available.

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Standing tickets are sold out for the gig but there are still seating tickets left and resale tickets left for those who want to watch the metallers in the comfort of a seat. Prices begin at £44.30 and are available here.

Bring Me The Horizon 2024 UK set list

With the release of their already delayed 'POST HUMAN: NeX GEn' put back until summer, new single song Kool-Aid was launched ahead of the tour last week and we can now reveal exactly what set they have played on their opening UK tour shows - including some much welcome surprises.

BMTH's UK Tour setlist is as follows:


Empire (Let Them Sing)




The Best Is Yet To Come

Shadow Moses



Cure For The Itch (When Will We Be Free?)


sTraNgeRs (Acoustic)

Diamonds Aren't Forever

Antivist (with Noah from Bad Omens)


Can You Feel My Heart







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