Panic! At The Disco Tickets

Panic! At The Disco Tickets
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4.8

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Amazing Concert

Capital One Arena - Washington

One of the best nights of my life. Super fun and I had an incredible time.

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Awesome concert!!

FedExForum - Memphis

The PATD concert was excellent. The opening acts were fun and a good appetizer to the main concert. Brendon was awesome and gives his all during the entire concert and is very entertaining. This entire experience was top notch!

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Panic! at the Disco

The Forum - Inglewood

The entire experience was priceless. The opening act alone was worth the price of admission. The seats were so close to the stage! The restrooms were clean, and the concession stands gave us plenty of options as regards food. I was worried that with our seats being so close to the stage, the speakers would make us go deaf, but thankfully, they seemed to be pointed upward, so the volume was not problematic at all! It was definitely a delight for the senses - I loved, loved, loved this concert.

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Great Show, Horrible Parking

The Forum - Inglewood

The show was awesome. But the parking situation really put a damper on the night. We got to the venue at 6:45pm, were actually parked in the parking lot by 7:30pm. The traffic flow was terrible. After the show, leaving the parking lot was even worse. For $25, I expect better of the parking situation. Also, the parking lot was just a big mud/gravel pit.

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first concert experience

Capital One Arena - Washington

it was so beautiful and amazing to be able to see my favourite band as my birthday present. i was lucky enough to be able to volunteer and participate in the fan-led project, the hearts project (created by eva and briar), which, although, led to numerous anxiety attacks, was so beautiful and very rewarding in the end to see the final product, which was an entire arena full of a display of love and togetherness with such a simple gesture of raising a colour paper hearts to your phone light to create a pride flag. although there were some security mishaps on the floor seating. the security told us we couldn't pass out hearts during the opening acts which is understandable, but then proceeded to take and throw away hearts that had already been previously place even though the security team had a briefing with zack hall (panic! tour security guard) about us passing out hearts. the merch lines weren't too long, from where i bought merch (it wasn't near the ticket entrance, but on the upper level of the arena) but they were on the amazing beebo fortune booth (which i wished to get a fortune from but i had used most of my time to pass out the hearts). there were two opening acts, betty who and two feet - who were both really great! i had heard of two feet's music before but not betty who. i enjoyed betty who's stage presence a lot. she was very energetic and entertaining. her voice was very pretty, as she was herself. i missed the majority of two feet's performance but his guitar riffs were amazing. although he wasn't much of a 'performing' act, per se, his music was quite enjoyable. there was this point in the act were the entire crowd put there phone lights in the air and it was such an amazing thing to experience. then panic! came on! the entrance/start of the show has so much build up. from the wicked strings, the horny boys, and dan (their drummer) rising from upstage on risers - along with mike and nicole (panic!'s guitarist and bassist, respectively) who moved downstage and closer to the audience at opposite sides to brendon (the lead singer and remaining member of panic! at the disco) popping out from the ground like a human toaster to sing their opening song (fuck a) silver lining. it started with such an amazing high, i couldn't stop smiling from the fact i was seeing them in front of my very eyes. brendon has such an amazing and strong stage presence, as he interacts with fans while walking the death walk (during the song death of a bachelor, he walks down the aisles of the floor seating to meet the fans), waves and talks to the audience nearing the end of dying in la (where he plays on a FLYING PIANO?? WHATT??), giving the audience immense love during both his speeches during girls/girls/boys (he thanks the audience for participating in the fan-made project, the hearts project, and comments that it is beautiful) and victorious (he tells the audience that they are important and loved as he goes on this speech about how crazy it is that we're all born in this era to experience this together. it's such an uplifting speech) the production of the show was amazing, the vocals, the instrumental, the performance, literally everything. words cannot describe how beautiful the concert was and i still feel like it was all a dream. if you ever have a chance of seeing panic! at the disco, please do because i promise you, you will not regret it.

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Great time @ Panic!

Golden 1 Center - Sacramento

This concert was very energetic, great voice, and kids had so much fun! We were standing the whole concert as we were fully engaged. We will see Panic again next time they're in Sacramento.

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AMAZING

Allstate Arena - Rosemont

Best concert i’ve been to, Brendon has an amazing voice! Would definitely see panic! again.

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Fantastic show at a friendly venue!

Golden 1 Center - Sacramento

I knew Panic! At The Disco would put on an amazing performance, and they did not disappoint! This was my first time at the Golden 1 Center and I was blown away by everything the venue had to offer. The staff were all incredibly kind and helpful from start to finish. The venue was spacious enough that I never felt crammed in, even when everyone was rushing to get in to their seats. The seats we had were better than we expected from looking at the seating chart. Food and drink were priced high, but that's to be expected at an event like this.

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always a good time

Golden 1 Center - Sacramento

i’ve seen panic! four times and honestly this is best i’ve seen from them :)

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Best experience ever!

Golden 1 Center - Sacramento

This was my first concert and it was totally worth it. I would say the ticket pricing was a tad bit expensive considering where my seat was located but a good deal all together. It was a wonderful experience and a fun time!

Biography

Panic! At the Disco In Concert

One of pop's most exciting live acts, Panic! At the Disco has long commanded stages around the world with their vibrant, passionate performances. The band first stepped onto a stage in 2005 after recording their debut album, ‘A Fever You Can't Sweat Out.' They proved to be even more dynamic on stage than in the studio, and began a long round of touring by 2006, including their Nothing Rhymes with Circus tour, which involved an elaborate setup of dance numbers and skits. As each release has become more ambitious, so have their live shows. Frontman Brendon Urie remains a magnetic leader, playing both the untouchable rock star and the showstopping theatrical performer. You may even be lucky enough to see him effortlessly pull off Queen's mega-classic "Bohemian Rhapsody," which he performed during the Death of a Bachelor tour and Pray for the Wicked tour.

Panic! At the Disco Background

Panic! At the Disco started innocently enough among four teenagers from the Las Vegas suburbs. Vocalist and guitarist Brendon Urie, guitarist Ryan Ross, drummer Spencer Smith, and bassist Brent Wilson came together in 2004 and began using Smith's grandmother's living room as a space to practice playing blink-182 songs. They decided to call themselves Panic! At the Disco, a line plucked from a song called "Panic" by California rock band Name Taken. Soon they were writing their own pop-punk tunes and sending demos to Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz. Though most of the band was still in high school and they had yet to perform a live show, Wentz signed them immediately to his new Fueled by Ramen imprint label Decaydance Records. Their debut album, ‘A Fever You Can't Sweat Out,' was unleashed to the world in September 2005. First single "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" landed on the Billboard Hot 100, and by 2006 they were already headlining tours. In 2008, they returned with the more psychedelic ‘Pretty. Odd.' The following year, both Ross and Jon Walker (who'd replaced Wilson on bass in 2006) departed the group, but Urie and Smith stayed on as a duo and released 2011's ‘Vices & Virtues.' Going forward, Panic! continued to heavily experiment with their sound. Hip-hop and dance styles were woven into 2013's ‘Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!' which would be the last record to feature Smith on drums. From that point on, Urie would remain the only original member. He continues to push boundaries as the steady frontman of Panic!, letting the band's sound further evolve with 2016's ‘Death of a Bachelor' and 2018's ‘Pray for the Wicked.