Panic at the Disco Tour News and Updates
Panic at the Disco has definitely had their fair share of successes and tragedies. They have had to fire band members, had members quit from drug related issues and basically had to regroup to keep things going. However, the band has currently come out on top as they hit the stage with Weezer this summer. Panic at the Disco will be starting their summer tour on June 22 at the Veteran United Home Loans Amphitheater in Virginia Beach, VA. Tickets are still available and start at $34. Can’t make it to that show? Don’t worry because they are traveling all across the nation to a city near you until September 10,
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Panic at the Disco are hitting the road on their all-new "The Gospel Tour" hot on the heels of their uber popular "Too Weird Tour" last year. Special guests Walk the Moon, will assume opening act duties, accompanied by Youngblood Hawke and Magic Man on other dates. Last year's trek sold out, and Panic at the Disco tickets are bound to go just as fast for this summer's trip, especially after dropping their latest single "This is Gospel." If you want to see a high-octane performance and a heart-pumping theatrical show that only a Vegas-bred band could pull off, then you have to get Panic at the Disco tickets!
Panic! at the Disco 2013 Too Weird Tour
Panic! at the Disco looks to honor their Las Vegas roots on their upcoming 4th album, scheduled for release on October 20. Frontman Brandon Urie promises an eclectic effort, with more electronic and hip-hop inspired tracks. The Sin City rockers are set to release Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! following a full two months of touring in August and September. Fans can expect to hear the first single, “Miss Jackson”, and likely other new music from the album. The headlining tour in August began with a free show at Copley Square in Boston on 8/1 and concludes on 8/24 at the Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City.
In September, Panic! goes on the road with former Fueled by Ramen lablemate Fall Out Boy. The Save Rock and Roll Arena Tour comes 8 years after the bands were first billed together on the Nintendo Fusion Tour in 2005. The 17 total dates on the tour have an average price of $118. The most expensive show is on 9/14 at the Palace at Auburn Hills, MI, with an average price of $237. Averaging $71, the 9/6 show in Lowell, MA is the least expensive. Panic! will also play two September headlining shows, without Fall Out Boy, on 9/12 in Chicago and 9/13 in Milwaukee.