Fans Have Been Stealing From Panic! At The Disco's "House Of Memories" Museum

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Panic! At The Disco are wrapping up the first leg surrounding the release of the new album "Pray For The Wicked", in which they played massive stadiums all across Northern America.

For these shows, the band have offered VIP upgrade packages, which includes the right to explore through the band's "House Of Memories" museum, which is filled with exclusive items the band collected throughout their years of touring and making music.

Unfortunately, reports have come in that people have been stealing pieces from the House of Memories museum. The AP Award, polaroid's and the robe from the "Victorious" music video were taken by fans. Luckily two of the three items have been returned, but this obviously has to stop.

The "Pray For The Wicked" tour will know many more legs, with a second US leg announced to take place early 2019. If the band are still even doing the House of Memories museum, we collectively as a fandom need to make sure no more stuff gets taken, so other fans from around the globe can enjoy this wonderous experience like the US fans have.

​​Be the change you want to see in the world.

Check out tour manager Zack Cloud Hall's tweets regarding the polaroid that was stolen and luckily returned.
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