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Bullet For My Valentine Reveal Bring Me The Horizon Support For UK Arena Tour & Tickets

Saturday, 31 July 2010 Written by Nigel Sachdev
Bullet For My Valentine Reveal Bring Me The Horizon Support For UK Arena Tour & Tickets

Wildly popular Sheffield metallers Bring Me The Horizon were today revealed as the main support act to Bullet For My Valentine on their headline 'The Fever' arena UK tour taking place between 6th - 12th December 2010.

Currently destroying crowds all over the US on the Vans Warped Tour, Bring Me The Horizon return to the UK to play Sonisphere festival this weekend, and announce their addition to the arena tour in December. The dates will be the biggest shows the band have ever played, culminating at a show at Londonís historic Wembley Arena. To cope with extra demand the promoters have just released extra standing tickets to all dates.

ImageBMTH frontman Oli Sykes notes: ďWe're all insanely excited to be on this tour, playing Wembley is like a dream come true. Bullet are one of the biggest metal bands in the world right now, so itís an honour to be playing with the guys. We canít wait!Ē

Further support comes from Atreyu who will be playing before BMTH on all dates.

Bullet For My Valentine Tour Dates with Special Guests Bring Me The Horizon are as follows:


Bring Me The Horizon also tour the UK on a sold out headline club tour in September.

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