Brendon Urie's pop rock project Panic! at the Disco has come a long way since it burst onto the scene as an emo darling. Panic at the Disco tickets are available now.
Firstly, Panic! at the Disco began as a pipe dream shared between childhood friends Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith, Brent Wilson and Brendon Urie. The band recorded their first demos whilst still in high school in Nevada.
PATD's debut album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out hit the music industry with a bang in 2005, thanks to its single 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies'. Tickets for Panic at the Disco shows quickly were in high demand.
Soon after, PATD followed up with the 1960s rock-influenced Pretty. Odd. in 2008, featuring songs like 'Nine in the Afternoon'. As PATD continued, the members disagreed about the direction their sound was heading in. That led to Ross and Jon Walker - who had joined to replace Wilson - to leave the band.
As a duo, Urie and Smith released a third album Vices and Virtues in 2011, recruiting Dallon Weekes as a full-time member. After PATD released their fourth album, the dance-pop influenced Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die, Smith left the group. This left Urie and Weekes to record the band's fifth studio album Death of a Bachelor.
Now, only Urie remains as he released the band's sixth album Pray for the Wicked in 2018. However, Panic at the Disco tickets remain as popular as ever. The band are now a staple at music festivals.
All in all, PATD are a rare act in today's music landscape. Endlessly experimental, Brendon Urie's theatrical pop guarantees that you'll have a good time at their shows.
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