Panic! At The Disco arrived in Chicago on a light fall day, which was good as followers have been quickly warmed up from the pyrotechnics throughout the band’s efficiency.
The band was in Chicago Friday selling the latest launch of their new album “Viva Las Vengeance” and to make up their long-anticipated present that was beforehand scheduled for Sept 17. The live performance, which was held on the United Heart, situated at 1901 W. Madison St., was full of followers to listen to Panic! At The Disco’s new and outdated songs alike.
Their pre-concert playlist, which included “About Rattling Time” by Lizzo and “Working Up That Hill” by Kate Bush, gave followers a possibility to organize their voices as they waited for Panic! At The Disco to take the stage. As the clock on the screens wound down, anticipation grew.
In between a catwalk quickly to be illuminated on the edges by neon lights after Panic! At The Disco entered the stage, followers have been packed within the pit, cheering in anticipation.
Brendon Urie, Panic! On the Disco’s solely present everlasting member, fronting what has turn into a solo undertaking with a touring band, got here onto the stage and began his set amid a cloud of fog and different pyrotechnics. With a full band, Panic! At The Disco opened up with their fast-paced tune “Say Amen (Saturday Evening)” from their album “Pray for the Depraved.” Followers from the entrance to the again of the world may very well be heard shouting the lyrics.
As referenced within the tour title, they performed their complete album “Viva Las Vengeance,” which takes on a pop-rock sound. The title observe of the album, performed whereas surrounded by yellow and aqua lights, may very well be heard throughout the venue as concertgoers shouted, “Shut up and go to mattress.” The tune talks about Panic! At The Disco’s expertise as a band that got here up collectively, matured and developed its sound and vibe within the space round Las Vegas, which is a recurring theme all through the album.
Panic! At The Disco has been within the pop-punk scene for practically 20 years. For older followers, they performed songs resembling their traditional hit “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” from their 2005 album “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out.” Followers helped provide lots of the lyrics to this hit whereas the general public in the pit had their arms within the air. Following that tune, Panic! additionally performed “9 within the Afternoon.”
As Urie made his approach down the catwalk for the final time of the night time, a rain of two shades of blue confetti fell from the ceiling, marking the top of the present. Panic! At The Disco introduced life to the world with their theatrics, dancing and pyrotechnics. Ending the present on a powerful word, they energized their followers who got here to the United Heart with “excessive hopes for” the night.
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