Panic! At the Disco ‘Pray for the Wicked’ Tour

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Panic! At the Disco ‘Pray for the Wicked’ Tour

Christina Lamberg, writer

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Panic! At the Disco, originally formed in 2004, are on their second leg of their Pray For the Wicked Tour. Panic! At the Disco’s only original member is Brendon Urie. The rest of the members were recruited as time passed. Currently, the show includes Brendon Urie on vocals, Dan Pawlovich on drums, bassist Nicole Row, and guitarist Mike Naran. The show also includes a brass and strings section and is one of the biggest tours they have produced to date.

With the release of the latest studio album, Pray For the Wicked, Panic! at the Disco embarked on a sold out arena tour. The Pray For the Wicked Tour came to Nashville to start the second leg of the show. The tour began on July 11, 2018 in Minneapolis and plans to end in Dover on June 21, 2019. It will have 6 legs and 82 shows. The entire concert keeps you on your feet the whole time dancing.

Their stage was a typical rectangle stage but the catwalk was shaped as a triangle. In addition, there was a b-stage with a platform holding a piano. Throughout the show confetti was released 3 times along with pyro and fire in some songs. Their stage presence was not as engaging with the crowd as far as conversation, Urie did go through the crowd high fiving people during there song “Death of a Bachelor” on the way to the b-stage. The tour visuals on the screen were remarkable also.

The music they played ranged from all their albums. Playing everything from their break out song, “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies,” to some of their newest hits like “High Hopes,” and “Say Amen (Saturday Night).” Brendon Urie sings “Dying in L.A.” and covered “I Can’t Make You Love Me” on the b-stage piano, flying over thousands of people. Their music throughout the entire concert was upbeat and fun to dance to.

In conclusion, the Pray For the Wicked Tour was a sensational show. The whole show had something new to look at and was consistently energetic. Overall, I give the Pray For the Wicked Tour a 4.5 star performance.

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