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Brendon Urie is the only remaining full time member, but he was more than capable of putting the show on himself. If you are an opening act and you can get everyone in the audience to know the words and sing along to a song, you are doing something right. ATD is for you. Their set list started out with the song "Vegas Lights" which is about the city where they grew up. Read more. Urie manages to flawlessly belt out song after song with the same energy each time, even while dancing onstage and performing stunts. Lead singer Brendon Urie has a voice that ranges from low, soft croons to extreme high pitches, which he certainly showed off at The Gospel Tour on August 10, at Baltimore's Pier Six Pavilion. The performances of the songs are even better sounding than on the records. ATD is ever changing and ever growing with each album. From the first few seconds of the concert, Brendon's charm and incredible stage presence literally transfixed everyone in the audience. They even premiered a few songs off their new album. There were backflips, smoke pillars and piano solos, and the band even performed a little 'Positive Hardcore' a nod to Urie's popular series on the video-making app Vine before launching into their biggest hit, 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies', pretty much allowing the crowd to sing the entire song. His little anecdotes during the concert about Kinky Boots and his childhood gave some of the personal touch to the concert. View all past concerts. ATD managed to capture the original charm of each song individually, and put them together in a way that made their performance feel like one big new album. During their set list they even did a cover of the Queen song "Bohemian Rhapsody", which I thought was amazing. Brendon's vocal range made it increasingly obvious that he doesn't need auto tune in the slightest, hitting all the high notes in Casual Affair and King of the Clouds perfectly. I have to say that props go to the Panic! Outside the venue the homophobic hate group called the Westboro Baptist Church was picketing. Urie along with new bassist Dallon Weekes and even newer guitarist Kenneth Harris put on an ultra-high energy performance with songs from each of their four albums getting a turn in the spotlight however, only one song was played from the second album, 's 'Pretty. Walk the Moon, a much more well known act took the stage after. When the artsy 10 minute countdown hit the big screen the atmosphere was almost unparalleled with anything I've ever witnessed. Seeing the show, you never get the sense that the bands had done the same thing every other day. The group ended with their biggest hit "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" where Urie did his second back flip of the night before ending the concert. The encore was the highlight of the night for me, with Brendon bursting back on stage after the break for Say Amen Saturday Night , which got everyone if possible even more enthusiastic! If you get the chance to see Panic! ATD performance. Not only that, Vegas Lights is just a great song to pump you up. He also displayed his love of classic rock in a fantastic cover of Queen's legendary hit 'Bohemian Rhapsody', and needless to say everyone in the crowd sang along. The concert lasted about 90 minutes, and I have to say, they do an amazing job of packing 21 songs into a short amount of time. Brendon was clearly enjoying the fact that it was actually Saturday night, mentioning it multiple times which was cute. From doing backflips to taking off his shirt, Brendon Urie does everything he can to engage the audience. Their set list was mostly very rock oriented even though they have a whole album Pretty. A lot. At the Disco into a category should just loosen up and come out to a show, because one thing's for sure - you WILL dance. I have to say this is a genius song to start out with as it is so crowd oriented. As soon as the show started with Brendon fabulously dressed in a leopard print shirt and shiny blue suit jacket clutching his gold microphone singing the first song of his set "Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time" the entire audience was on their feet, almost every Panic! While I do say they, every Panic! On top of a flawless performance, the band really engaged the crowd and asked for participation during their performance. If you go to their concert, chances are they will play your favorite songs. Unfortunately, Bren didn't take his shirt off to everyone's disappointment including a girl behind me that kept screaming "Take your shirt off! If you're a parent wondering if you should let your kid see Panic! Don't Threaten Me With A Good Time got everyone screaming and dancing - an atmosphere that wouldn't waver until Brendon left the stage at the end of the night. Can this please become a standard thing? The set focused mainly on Pray for the Wicked and Death of a Bachelor but thankfully the arena was filled with hardcore fans like myself who not only screamed every word of Panic! Brendon noted that it was the "most flags [he'd] ever done" because he had three or four pride flags plus the Australian flag from the audience draped around himself during the song. Lead singer, Brendon Urie, added additional tidbits in the song that made it feel new and fresh. At The Disco, also just do it! Listen to the song "Paris" and you will see what I am talking about.

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You can say what you want about Panic! Youngblood Hawke and Walk the Moon, both stunning performances, also praised their fellow performances.

On top of a fantastic performance, I found the support between P! Most of the audience stood, danced, jumped, and sang along during the entire P! I recently underwent a transformation: becoming a devoted fan of Panic!

When their next tour is announced, I will do everything in my power to get tickets. Magic Man was a wonderful surprise, as it seems they aren't too known. If your kid goes to school, they hear worse swear words on a daily basis than they are going to hear at a Panic! I personally forgot to sing until the second chorus as I was too busy taking in the fact that I was looking at one of my idols in the flesh! Besides, any artist worth seeing probably says the f-word, everyone knows it, get over it. At his core, Brendon Urie seems like a very good guy who's struggles with being bullied in school, having anxiety and adhd, and his constant fight for people to be able to be who they really are no matter what society thinks really resonates with kids and believe it or not has saved many lives. No one song is like another. At the Disco's sound would be difficult, since they've changed their tune on each of their four studio releases. The entire time his vocals are spot on, hitting notes so high you didn't even know it was possible for humans to hit those notes, and yet having a vocal range that dips into very low notes, too. The high energy, inclusiveness, and emotion they put into each song makes you forget that your venue is only one stop on their months-long tour. Unsurprisingly, Brendon made an extremely flamboyant entrance accompanied by apt silver streamers for Fuck A Silver Lining. The concert started with the opening acts "Magic Man", and "Walk the Moon". He doesn't talk too much between songs, but he really doesn't need to when he is running around the stage doing back flips. Overall, I was impressed with both of the openers. If you're thinking about seeing Panic! All in all, those still trying to fit Panic! To try to describe Panic! It is nearly impossible to not have a good time. This is my second time seeing Panic! ATD was energetic from start to finish, and, if anything, got even more pumped towards the end. The whole show was very high-energy, and, though you'd expect the performer's energy to dwindle as the show goes on, P! Walk the Moon's lead singer Nicholas Petricca is a very entertaining front man, and comes off as very likable. Now on to the headliners Panic! If you are into rock music and adrenaline rushes, P! Here you have a crowd of mostly teenagers singing along to a song from , very cool to see. With the lyrics going "5, 4, 3, 2, 1 more time", it is a perfect opportunity for everyone to put their hands in the air and count the numbers down with their fingers. There are MANY worse artists that your kid could be asking to see. At the Disco and get concert alerts when they play near you. This Las Vegas band really know how to work a crowd. He thanked each band and asked for applause for each one at the beginning and end of the show. It will definitely be a night you will never forget. The night concluded with an exceptional performance of I Write Sins Not Tragedies which sounded as fresh as it did when Brendon was 17, and finally Victorious. The band even covered the classic Queen song "Bohemian Rhapsody" in a new, exciting way that engaged audience members of all ages. I, myself, stood and danced with the music, not even noticing that I couldn't feel my legs until the concert finished. Listening to them live, you find something new to love in every song they perform. In between a few songs, he gave short but very meaningful speeches talking about the right to be who you want to be, getting older, a friend of his and past Panic! It's obvious the stage is home for him, and he was born to do what he does. Despite the differences in each album, P! The pop-punk outfit has experienced line-up changes galore dating back to the early 's, but the most notable would be when two founding members of the band left in , bassist Jon Walker and guitarist Ryan Ross the latter of whom wrote the majority of the band's witty, memorable lyrics. At The Disco, do it. Report as inappropriate.