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Tickets to Panic at the Disco


EventDateCity and Venue
Fall Out Boy vs. Panic! At The Disco Tribute Night Sat. October 6, 2018
Louisville, KY - Mercury Ballroom
Panic! At The Disco Thu. January 10, 2019
Buffalo, NY - KeyBank Center
Panic! At The Disco Sat. January 12, 2019
Laval, QC - Place Bell
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Sun. January 13, 2019
Manchester, NH - SNHU Arena
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Tue. January 15, 2019
Albany, NY - Times Union Center
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Wed. January 16, 2019
Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center
Panic! At The Disco Fri. January 18, 2019
Newark, NJ - Prudential Center
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Sat. January 19, 2019
Providence, RI - Dunkin Donuts Center
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Sun. January 20, 2019
Washington, DC - Capital One Arena
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Tue. January 22, 2019
Charlotte, NC - Spectrum Center
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Wed. January 23, 2019
Charlottesville, VA - John Paul Jones Arena
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Fri. January 25, 2019
Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
Panic! At The Disco Sat. January 26, 2019
Cincinnati, OH - US Bank Arena
Panic! At The Disco Sun. January 27, 2019
Milwaukee, WI - Fiserv Forum
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Tue. January 29, 2019
Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena
Panic! At The Disco Wed. January 30, 2019
Cleveland, OH - Quicken Loans Arena
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Fri. February 1, 2019
Omaha, NE - CenturyLink Center Omaha
Panic! At The Disco Sat. February 2, 2019
Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Mon. February 4, 2019
Rosemont, IL - Allstate Arena
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Tue. February 5, 2019
St. Louis, MO - Enterprise Center
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Wed. February 6, 2019
Memphis, TN - FedExForum
Panic! At The Disco Fri. February 8, 2019
Austin, TX - Frank Erwin Center
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Sat. February 9, 2019
New Orleans, LA - Smoothie King Center
Panic! At The Disco Tue. February 12, 2019
Albuquerque, NM - Tingley Coliseum
Panic! At The Disco & Two Feet Thu. February 14, 2019
Anaheim, CA - Honda Center

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About Panic at the Disco

Panic! at the Disco is a pop rock/pop punk band from Las Vegas.  Their sound also includes elements of synthpop, alternative, and emo—although they are NOT an emo band.

Panic! at the Disco’s sound is reminiscent of My Chemical Romance, Fall Out Boy, and All Time Low.

In concert, Panic! is a dynamic act that’s heavy on theatrics.  If you have Panic! at the Disco tickets expect a feast for both the ears and eyes.

Lineup
Currently, Panic consists of frontman Brendon Urie and bassist Dalton Weekes.  The band was formed in 2004 by Ryan Ross (guitar), Brent Wilson (bass), and Spencer Smith (drums).  Urie was added shortly thereafter.

On Panic! at the Disco tours, Urie and Weekes are joined by Kenneth Harris (lead guitar) and Dan Pawiovich (drums).

Ross left the bend in 2009 and formed Young Veins with another former Panic! member, Jon Walker.  Walker played bass for Panic! from 2008 to 2009.

Wilson departed in 2006 and Smith lasted until early 2015.

Beginnings
The band was formed in 2004 in a suburb of Las Vegas.  Due to their negative perception of the Las Vegas music scene, Panic! focused on recording instead of performing. 

They uploaded some tracks to the internet and sent a link to Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy.  He liked what he heard and eventually signed the band.

When the band signed they had yet to play a gig and all but Ross were still in high school.

Debut Album
The band’s first album, A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, hit streets on Sept. 27, 2005.  The album featured the band’s signature song, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.”

The album was recorded over a five week period in Maryland.  The band reportedly worked 14 hours a day.

Although, subsequent works will chart higher, no Panic album has sold more than A Fever.  The album has moved more than two million copies.

Pretty. Odd.
Veering from their successful pop punk/pop rock formula, the band drew inspiration from the psychedelic sound of The Beatles, The Beach Boys, and The Kinks for their sophomore offering, Pretty. Odd.

The opus dropped in March of 2008 and nearly destroyed the band.  It caused Ross and Walker to leave.

Fans were confused by the sudden change in direction, critics were split in their response, and the album sputtered at the cash register.

Subsequent Works
Panic! bounced back and made a partial returned to their original sound in their third album, Vices & Virtues (2011).

The band went on to release Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! in 2013.  This album was highly influenced by dance music and hip hop.  It was produced by Butch Walker.

Exclamation Point
The band never intended to have an exclamation point in their name.  It just happened.

Since they had no attachment to it, they removed the exclamation point in January of 2008.

Due to an outcry from fans (who loved the exclamation point), and the failure of Pretty. Odd., the band returned the punctuation mark in July of 2009.

Brendon Urie
After Ross left the band, Urie took over as the band’s principal songwriter.  He also plays several instruments including the piano, drums, bass, and violin.

Urie grew up in a Mormon family.  During his early days in Panic!, Urie would skip band practice to attend church.   


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