Panic At The Disco Adelaide – Panic! Pray in the disco for the bad tour | US it. bank arena | CINCINNATI, OHIO A Joint Expansion; Photos: Nicole Juliette Hetlyn – @nicolejuliette1 Article: Bailey Moser, Olivia Kremer and Nicole Juliette Hetlyn
High expectations were raised even higher after the explosive energy panic! At the Disco brings to the second leg of their Pray for the Wicked 2019 tour. It’s hard not to panic when confetti, fireworks and real fire are just the beginning of the thrilling stunts Brendon Urie pulls in this piece for Panic! s fans. Newcomers Mike Naran and Nicole Row are comfortable with the crowd and have a commanding presence as the backbone of the band. With talented solos, riffs and expressions, the presence of Naran and Row harmonizes Urie’s life through their instruments and vocals. Members all wore black in addition to the band’s show-stealing lead, who also wore all-black with a recognizable peacock piece: his shiny black-and-gold velvet blazer. We don’t care how many shows the blazer has seen… we shouldn’t have to do that dry cleaning.
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Except panic! Because the members are exceptionally stylish and handsome, the Pray for the Wicked show is literally heartbreaking; With music so loud that if you get close enough, you can feel your organs vibrate in your rib cage. Talk about Urie’s singing that will give you tummy! Special shout out to other instruments that shake things up, like the synchronized swinging of trombones and trumpets. Trios of strings and brass appear both to the left and right of the upper stages, with accents of eloquence and class paralleling the plucky Quirk Panic! Listeners loved it so much.
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With 12 video screens lining the stage backdrop, tour-goers get plenty of close-ups for the flirty facials, playful winks and pearly whites no matter where they are in the arena. Speaking of countdown… a 10 minute, leading to 20 second countdown starts at the top of the show because – as Savvage Media manager & old Panic! Fan, Nicole Hetlin, says: “Brendon continues at 8:50 p.m. Every night, sharp! As if the anticipation in Cincinnati wasn’t already thick enough to cut! The stadium steps are so steep down, you might too Tried crowdsurfing to your seat.
Patient panic! Fans were rewarded with an instant confetti drop, because with everything around us, we’re eager to believe in all the possibilities the 28-song show has in store!
With openers like “(Baren a) Silver Lining” and “Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time”, audiences are welcomed to the Pray for the Wicked tour with anthems for all ages. It’s just cherries on top as Brendon rises from the floor and dances his way down the stage. Women cry and throw their babies away… just kidding, that was just Savvage Media and by babies we mean our money, because how can a man be so incredibly talented?
No fangirling here either, Brendon has really become a more impressive performer since Panic started! In the disco in 2004. After all, it was an exciting couple of years for Panic! and fans, with highlights such as Urie’s Broadway debut on May 26, 2017 and two number one albums,
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(which is the top July 7, 2018 according to the Billboard Hot 100. At one point between songs, Urie shared the feeling of realizing 2019 was 15 years he played Panic! He thanked the audience for giving him the best 15 years of his life, and how much fun it was, he could hardly believe how long it had been.
The band looked like they were really enjoying themselves and their time with their fans. You could often see Uri taking off his outer gear so he could listen to the crowd sing-along. He stared into the crowd with what seemed like watery-eyed wonder, smiling without showing his teeth, his arms loose at his sides, save for the grip of his microphone. “I love it when it’s in sync,” Urie said with a big smile, referring to one of their hit singles and the closing track “Say Amen (Saturday Night)” which was aptly performed on Saturday, January 26, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
If crazy = genius, then Brendon Urie is a mastermind. With an updated set list and even more confetti than any of the bid for the bad tour, Panic! At the disco, fans spent a night they will never forget in Cincinnati. Uri captured the attention of the entire arena and put all his strength into a show that begs to be seen again and again. Fans were also part of the show, creating a sea of rainbow lights during “Girls/Girls/Boys”. The crowd was louder than ever during the encore, helping Brendon during the crowd favorites “Say Amen” (on a Saturday night anyway), “I Write Sin Not Tragedies” and “Victorious”. When they came from the US
As Bailey and Olivia both said, this is an impeccable show. There are very few artists that I can see live that give me goosebumps from every song. I saw panic! For several years now, and every tour kicks it up a notch. Brendon is without a doubt my favorite artist. He pours his heart, soul and sass into every song. I am really impressed with how much he has grown as an artist. Also adding Nicole Row and Mike Naran to the band helped Panic! to an even higher level. Watching the gang playfully interact with synchronized jumps and smiles had me hooked. This is a perfect combination on stage; They are all so genuinely happy to be there. One of my favorite things about a Panic! Show how interactive they are. During ‘Death of a Guy’, Brendon does the ‘Dead Walk’. Brendon walks through the crowd to say hello to fans, take selfies and thank people. He even had a fan sing a line into his microphone and tell a girl she looked gorgeous (followed by a distressed scream from the girl). Another favorite moment was when Brendon “flew over the crowd” with his piano during “Dying in LA”. It made me shiver all over because Uri gave us hair-raising vocals. Cell phone flashlights lit up the arena, and Uri hung to the side of the piano to greet the fans. I could go on for hours, but I highly recommend that you see the show and experience this piece of art for yourself. As Brendon accurately sings in his Hugh Jackman cover; This is ‘The Greatest Show’.
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I got the full experience of the concert by queuing since 9:30 in the morning with my friends who queued at night so we could have a good place before the show when the doors open at 7:00 opened.
Not only did I help queue all day, but I also helped other people queue up to make posters for the show and hand out rainbow colored paper hearts so people could hold them up and let a light through them. shine during the show to show support for the LGBTQI+ community on the Girls/Girls/Boys song.
It also led to me being able to meet panic! In the disco manager Zack Hall, when he came out to meet with fans and hand the two girls who stood in line the longest with a drum head signed by all the band members.
The countdown started 10 minutes before Panic! They came on stage to play and the crowd couldn’t wait. They opened with ‘(Fuck A) Silver Lining’, the first track on their latest album, ‘Pray For The Wicked’. What happened down the pit with everyone around me singing and screaming, I could barely hear Brendon Urie singing.
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Brendon Urie the lead singer of Panic! Amazed people with his great vocals and how easily he managed to reach the high notes during the songs. He even had one of the spectators make a sign saying “Can I Please Drum For Sin?”, one of the band’s biggest hits. He had to go on stage and…