Panic At the Disco – 2014 Concert Schedule
When Panic at the Disco first released their debut album, fans
of alternative music were blown away with the band's unique sound and impressive vocals. From electronic dance-punk to psychedelic
rock, the band's albums have incorporated a variety of different styles and genres, which has seemed to be a hit with fans
and critics. As Panic at the Disco heads out for another concert tour, you don't want to miss the chance to check out their
live show. Panic at the Disco is scheduled to visit a number of cities on their upcoming tour, including Milwaukee, Chicago,
Columbus, Boston, New York, Toronto, Los Angeles, and many more. To get your tickets to see Panic at the Disco live in concert,
be sure to head over to StubHub first, and get ready to enjoy the show!
About Panic At the Disco
at the Disco was initially formed by Spencer Smith and Ryan Ross when they were in high school. Brent Wilson and future lead
singer, Brendon Urie, later joined the band, and they first started playing together as a Blink-182 cover band. After noticing
a lack of creativity within their local music scene in Las Vegas, the band decided to branch out and trying something new.
By the time they had recorded some solid demos, the band happened to send a link to one of their online tracks to Fall Out
Boy's Pete Wentz through LiveJournal. After eventually meeting the band in person, Wentz was immediately impressed with their
material and they soon scored a deal with the label, Decaydance Records. Panic at the Disco quickly got started on recording
their first album, "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out."
Panic at the Disco's breakthrough debut album, "A Fever You Can't
Sweat Out," took them from being teens that were just out of high school to overnight superstars. The debut hit album reached
the number 13 spot on the Billboard 200, with fans loving the band's upbeat, fun energy. "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out" produced
popular songs like "I Write Sins, Not Tragedies" and "The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide is Press Coverage."
The hit singles helped to drive up sales of the album, and it was eventually certified platinum.
After a whirlwind tour
that followed their debut release, the band returned to the studio to begin recording their second studio album, "Pretty.
Odd." The album was later released in 2008, and featured a noticeably more psychedelic and pop-influenced sound, rather than
their techno-infused debut album, but it was nonetheless met with success on the charts. "Pretty. Odd" went on to enter the
Billboard 200 chart at the number 2 position, with over 130,000 copies sold within the first week of its release. The album's
single "Nine in the Afternoon," debuted at number 29 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, and it was eventually certified gold.
at the Disco followed up in 2011 with their third studio album, "Vices & Virtues," which featured a number of new musical
influences and styles. The album entered the Billboard 200 chart at the number 7 position, and it was backed by the popular
single, "The Ballad of Mona Lisa." The band's most recent studio album is 2013's "Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!" which
includes elements of dance music and hip-hop. Featuring popular songs like "Nicotine," "Miss Jackson," and "This is Gospel,"
the album debuted on the Billboard 200 at number 2.
Panic At the Disco's Breakthrough Album
Panic at the
Disco became a breakout band on the scene with their debut album, "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out." After the wild success of
their debut album, the band embarked on a tour that would later create their signature over-the-top costumes and circus-themed
live performances. They followed up with their second studio album, "Pretty. Odd" which featured more mellow sounds and psychedelic
influences. The album was praised for its bold departure from the style of their previous album, and they continued to impress
fans and critics with their next two studio releases, "Vices & Virtues" and "Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!" Panic
at the Disco's bold music has garnered them a number of awards and nominations, including an MTV Video Music Award for Video
of the Year, and a TMF Award for Best Video International.
Panic At the Disco Trivia
What did lead singer
Brendon Urie do for work prior to becoming a professional musician?
Brendon Urie used to work at a smoothie shop called
Tropical Smoothie Café, and he would often liven things up by singing songs for extra tips.
hit songs like "I Write Sins, Not Tragedies" and "This is Gospel," you will get to rock out all night with Panic at the Disco
when they visit a venue in your city during their upcoming concert tour. Their live shows are known to be out of this world,
with front man Brendon Urie always giving a high-energy performance. You can expect to hear all of the awesome Panic at the
Disco songs that fans have come to know and love. When Panic at the Disco kick off their next tour, be sure to check out their