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Panic! at the Disco tour across America

Kaylie Thompson, Co-Editor

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After the success of their summer tour with Weezer, Panic! at the Disco is setting out for their own nationwide tour celebrating the release of their newest album titled Death of a Bachelor. The tour will be making a total of 36 stops all over America, including two close to home: one in Orlando and another in Sunrise.

Various concert dates have already been sold out, and it’s not a surprise why. Panic! at the Disco is an alternative rock band that was formed in Las Vegas, Nevada back in 2004. From the very beginning, it was inevitable that they would make their mark in the music industry.

Panic! at the Disco immediately made an impact on the music world with their release of their first full-length debut album titled A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out. The distinctive alternative punk sound the music on this album possessed and the perceptive lyrics found in each song attracted teens from all over the nation. This, essentially, opened the gates for their chance at fame.

As time went on, Panic! at the Disco created numerous other unique albums, including Pretty. Odd., Vices & Virtues, and Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!. Their most recently released album – the one the upcoming tour is named after – is titled Death of a Bachelor.

Out of all of their albums, Death of a Bachelor has been the most successful. It has received the most recognition and attention, helping Panic! at the Disco earn their first number one album on the Billboard 200 Chart.

In addition to contributing to Panic! at the Disco earning this prestigious award, Death of a Bachelor has also aided in expanding their fanbase. The songs on this album have the most pop-sounding vibe out of all of their albums, which explains its tremendous success. The songs have catered to those who are into mainstream music, resulting in the songs being played on the popular radio stations more frequently and allowing the band to widen their fanbase.

Needless to say, the release of Death of a Bachelor has definitely boosted Panic! at the Disco’s success. This spike in success has allowed the band to go on their upcoming nationwide tour, the Death of a Bachelor Tour. The songs on the album Death of a Bachelor will be featured on the tour setlist, along with various other songs from older albums.

There’s no doubt that Panic! at the Disco’s upcoming shows will impress their devoted fans, but their performances are sure to even capture the devotion of those who aren’t really familiar with their music. Brendon Urie, the lead singer of the band, is known for his energetic, mesmerizing, and jaw-dropping performance skills. Those skills, paired with their unique alternative rock/pop vibe, are sure to combine for an unforgettable concert experience.

Tickets are relatively affordable, starting at around $38.50, but ticket prices vary depending on the venue. It’s definitely worth it to check out Panic! at Disco while they’re on this nationwide tour, even for those who have not listened to and familiarized themselves with the band. The opening acts, MisterWives and Saint Motel, are two American indie pop bands that make it even more worthwhile to attend a show.

The first show of the Death of a Bachelor Tour will kick off on February 24th, 2017. Tickets went on sale to the general public on Friday, September 30th, 2016, but there are plenty of tour stops that still have tickets available for purchase. For more information regarding the Death of a Bachelor Tour and ticket purchase, visit http://www.panicatthedisco.com/tour.

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