Slam Dunk Review: Panic! At The Disco

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Watching Panic! At The Disco felt like a dream come true. Ever since I was a 14 I have waited to see them, and after many failed opportunities it finally happened! Starting off with 'Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time' the entire crowd went mad, screaming and singing at the top of their lungs.
Panic! At The Disco fans are extremely dedicated so witnessing their reaction to seeing Brendon come on stage was no surprise and to be honest it felt great knowing how far this band has come even with losing members, the fans are still there to support Brendon and his decision to carry on Panic!. The set consisted of old classics such as Nine in the Afternoon, I Write Sins not Tragedies to fan favourites such as 'Miss Jackson' and 'This Is Gospel'.

​During some songs the band used flames which I could feel the heat of from across the stage where I was standing, and I was quite a distance away! Ending the show with two confetti cannons it was safe to say that seeing Panic! At The Disco was not a disappointment. 

Written & photos by Samia Mirza
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Glenn van den Bosch Glenn van den Bosch
12-06-2016 2 mins read
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