It's hard to think pop rockers Panic! At the Disco kicked off their “Pray for the Wicked” world tour just back in July 2018, but all good things must sadly come to an end. Lead singer Brendon Urie & Co., officially wrapped their European tour in Hamburg, Germany on April 4th. Their final European performances featured multiple stops throughout Germany and England as well as stops in Scotland, Belgium, and France.
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The band has dedicated the majority of 2018 supporting their sixth studio album Pray for the Wicked throughout the tour, which originally debuted in June 2018. After its release, fans had “high hopes” that this album and tour would be one not to miss. Turns out, they were exactly right.
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Each night, Urie and Co. brought out a 28-track jovemaprendiz2019.org that highlights their decade long career, even touching upon tracks from some of their most eclectic albums including their 2005 smash debut A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. Because of course what would a Panic! At the Disco show be without the band playing the ubiquitous track “I Write Sins Not Tragedies?”
Thankfully for fans around the world, Urie managed to keep the same jovemaprendiz2019.org so that everyone can have the same shared live experience. Aside from one of their biggest hits like “High Hopes,” “The Ballad of Mona Lisa,” and “”Miss Jackson,” Panic! At the Disco also touched upon other fan-favorite tracks “Roaring 20s,” “Casual Affair,” and “One of the Drunks,” that sent fans into a full-frenzy each night.
Towards the latter half of the set, Urie is lifted into the air playing his piano for Wicked track “Dying in LA.” Being one of their more somber tracks performed live, Urie transforms the live performance into an ethereal community gathering amongst fans as he hovers over the audience.
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In addition to their infectious songs, Urie & Co. also give fans wholesome covers that are sprinkled throughout the set for a more fulfilling concert experience. The band features covers from blues-country legend Bonnie Raitt, musical-film smash “The Greatest Showman,” and their iconic cover of Queen's “Bohemian Rhapsody.” Their encore always included Panic!'s formative hit “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.”
Watch their performance of “Bohemian Rhapsody” live from Paris, France:
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Check out Panic! At the Disco's jovemaprendiz2019.org from their final European show in Hamburg, Germany:
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Even though their European tour is over, Panic! At the Disco have a couple upcoming festival performances scheduled. The band is set to play Firefly music festival in Dover, Delaware in June as well as Brazillian festival Rock in Rio in October.