Panic! At The Disco Double pass — Performing at Spark Arena Tuesday October 16
Award winning, internationally acclaimed colossal rockers Panic! At The Disco are set to return to Auckland and we have a double pass up for grabs for you to join in the fun!
They’re touring in support of their sixth studio album, Pray for the Wicked. It’s a stunner and has already delivered up great singles Say Amen (Saturday Night), High Hopes and Silver Lining from its 11 stellar tracks.
The new album follows their critically acclaimed platinum fifth album Death Of A Bachelor which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Chart and was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2017 Grammy awards.
Frontman Brendon Urie (pictured) also took time in 2017 to lend his legendary fouroctave range to Broadway, playing a lead role in Cyndi Lauper’s Tony Award-winning musical Kinky Boots to rave reviews.
Back on tour with Panic! At The Disco in 2018, he returns to the flamboyant actionpacked rock show they are renowned for.
Panic! didn’t disappoint at their sold out 2017 Spark Arena show, which wowed both fans and critics.
‘The extravaganza that is Panic! at the Disco was full of fancy lighting, massive gold confetti cannons and Brendon’s dancing — what more could you want?! ….The adrenaline pumping show included tunes from present and past albums and had the audience screaming, clapping and fist pumping along as the concert went into the night…. Brendon’s vocals were just something else — he hit high notes with ease and witnessing his musical talents in an arena felt surreal!’ Tearaway
Expect a repeat performance this year and look out for a setlist that’s packed full of awesome hits and fan favourites that is guaranteed to stun and amaze you!
Tickets from Ticketmaster
■ Competition by Fill The House Tickets Project — proudly supporting families of children with cancer. Email your name, address and daytime telephone number(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org, with Panic! At The Disco in the subject, by Friday, September 21.
Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie.