I-DAYS MILANO: BRING ME THE HORIZON with YUNGBLUD and BAD OMENS at the Snai San Siro Hippodrome (Info and Tickets)

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BRING ME THE HORIZON arrives at the I-Days Milano 2024 and will take the stage at the Snai San Siro Hippodrome on Sunday 7 July. Before them on stage YUNGBLUD and BAD OMENS.

The participation of BRING ME THE HORIZON at I-Days Milano 2024 is part of a series of appearances next summer in the most important rock events in Europe by the band composed of Oli Sykes (vocals), Lee Malia (guitar), Matt Kean ( bass), Mat Nicholls (drums) and Jordan Fish (keyboards).

BRING ME THE HORIZON promises to be a live show with cathartic rock tension carried away by the galvanizing sounds of songs such as “Shadow Moses”, “Parasite Eve”, “Can You Feel My Heart”, “Throne” as well as the new singles “DArkSide” “LosT”, “AmEN!” and “sTraNgeRs” which anticipate the new album “POST HUMAN: NeX GEn” soon to be released, part of the “Post Human” recording concept, which has accumulated more than 310 MILLION streams to date and with which the English band continues to explore the own creative streak.


He will be on stage before them YUNGBLUD, born Dominic Harrison, the singer-songwriter from Doncaster who embodies the rebellious and eclectic essence of contemporary music and Gen-Z. With a unique style that blends rock, punk, pop and hip-hop influences, Yungblud has won over a wide audience thanks to his charismatic performances and lyrics that address social issues and delve into generational malaise. Defined by Mick Jagger as “the future of rock”, after the album “Weird!” who smashed the UK charts in 2020, conquered the world charts with the self-titled album “Yungblud” and released his most intimate and personal single in September, a “cathartic act” entitled “Hated”.

To further enrich the I-Days lineup also the BAD OMENS, an American metalcore band capable of combining melodic hooks and pounding breakdowns, full-bodied voices and reflective lyrics in an intense and ghostly sound experience. The group gained recognition in the global contemporary music scene, first with the phenomenal album “The Death of Peace of Mind”, then with the single “Just Pretend” which topped Billboard’s Hot Hard Rock Songs chart for twenty weeks, the Hard Rock Digital Song Sales and topped Spotify’s Viral 50 playlists in the US, Canada, UK and Australia.

I-DAY 2024

I BRING ME THE HORIZON at I-Days Milano 2024 follows the announcement in recent weeks of the participation of GREEN DAY (16 June), co-headliners AVRIL LAVIGNE and SUM 41 with SIMPLE PLAN (9 July), TEDUA ( 29 June), the first Italian headliner in the history of the event after the extraordinary success of its tour in the sports halls, of METALLICA who will have a spectacular stage in the wake of the one seen at the Power Trip in Indio in California and with the iconic “snake pit”, ICE NINE KILLS and FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH (May 29) and QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE and ROYAL BLOOD (July 6).

29 May 2024 • I-Days Milan, SNAI La Maura Hippodrome

Sunday 16 June 2024 • I-Days Milan, SNAI La Maura Hippodrome

Tuesday 9 July 2024 • I-Days Milan, SNAI Hippodrome
Simple Plan, Sum41 and Avril Lavigne

Saturday 29 June 2024 | @ I-Days Milan, SNAI Hippodrome


Tickets on sale from 11am on December 15th

Sunday 7 July | @ I-DAYS MILAN

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