Doncaster date for Sheffield rockers Bring Me the Horizon

Bring Me The Horizon frontman Ol Sykes on stage at Leeds Festival. Picture: Katy Blackwood.
Bring Me The Horizon frontman Ol Sykes on stage at Leeds Festival. Picture: Katy Blackwood.
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Fresh from a smash-hit performance at Leeds Festival, South Yorkshire rockers Bring Me the Horizon have announced a show on home soil.

The band, from Sheffield and Rotherham, will play The Dome in Doncaster on Thursday, November 26.

Chris Hone, head of commercial development for The Dome, said: “This is going to be a great gig.

“People from across the region will be very excited to see them play in their home area of South Yorkshire.”

Tickets, priced from £22.50, go on sale tomorrow at 9am, ahead of the release of their fifth studio album, That’s the Spirit, on Friday, September 11.

Chris said: “We are expecting the website and ticket lines to be busy, as this will be a hugely popular event.”

The band of frontman Oli Sykes, guitarist Lee Malia, bassist Matt Kean, drummer Matt Nicholls and keyboardist Jordan Fish attracted one of the biggest crowds at Leeds Festival – see www.thestar.co.uk for a review.

Bring Me The Horizon played an intense set which was lapped up by their fans on the last day of Leeds Festival. Picture: Katy Blackwood.

Bring Me The Horizon played an intense set which was lapped up by their fans on the last day of Leeds Festival. Picture: Katy Blackwood.

Bring Me The Horizon play Doncaster later this year.

Bring Me The Horizon play Doncaster later this year.