Panic! At The Disco Dou­ble pass — Per­form­ing at Spark Arena Tues­day Oc­to­ber 16

Hamilton News - - MUSIC -

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 hn­fth­, with Panic! At The Disco in the sub­ject, by Fri­day, Septem­ber 21.

Photo / Sup­plied

Panic! At The Disco front­man Bren­don Urie.

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