Why See Panic! at the Disco?
Panic is Back With Brand New Material
Theatrical party punk quartet Panic! At The Disco is back with a brand new album and is more theatrical than ever! 2018 will see the outfit hit the road in support of sixth studio album Pray for the Wicked. Led by guy-liner ringmaster and primary songwriter Brandon Urie, Panic is renowned for its quirky fusion of synth bops, baroque pop and poetic lyrics.
The boys infuse their live shows with as much energy, bravado and vaudville-esque showmanship as showcased in their relentlessly catchy tunes. Singing their killer hooks, Urie can often be found in velvet, leopard print or sequins, playing up to his master-of-ceremonies role with enough gusto to overshadow Liberace himself. Life is a twisted, yet fun cabaret!
Performance date: 16 January 2019
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