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Panic! At The Disco Tour
Following the release of The Death of a Bachelor, Panic! At The Disco is going on tour with Misterwives and Saint Motel for their "The Death of a Bachelor Tour" in 2017. The tour spans from Feburary to April 2017, and it includes 35 shows in total. The Panic! at the Disco "The Death of a Bachelor Tour" starts at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, CT and ends at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. Get your tickets for one of most popular, evolving punk rock bands, as the band continues their journey with their new tour in 2017!
About Panic! At The Disco
Panic! At The Disco is a rock band from Las Vegas, and their Vegas origination pulls through in their semi-flashy, funky rock performance style. The band has gone through many lineup changes that have developed into controversial points for the band. The band kicked out bassist Brent Wilson in 2006 that sparked a threat of a lawsuit from Wilson. Their replacement bassist Jon Walker and guitarist Ryan Ross left the band in 2008 due to creative differences with the band's direction. Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith were the only two original members left, and in 2013, Smith left the band due to drug and alcohol addictions. Brendon Urie is the only official member of the band, as his counterpart Dallon Weeks is the band's touring bassist. This upcoming tour includes the smaller lineup, and it is following the release of their fifth studio album Death of a Bachelor. Panic! At The Disco has come a long way from being just a blink-182 cover band, and their progression in band mates and sound continues to develop. They are best known for their hit song "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" from their debut album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, and the music video for that song won MTV VMAs Video of the Year in 2006. The band tour constantly and then proceeded to take time off before recording and releasing Pretty. Odd in 2008. After Walker and Ross left the band, they released their third album Vices & Virtues. Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! followed a few years later with a 2013 release. Smith left the band to deal with his addictions are this time, so this was about the time when the original band looked very different than what was left standing. Their most recent album Death of a Bachelor was released in early 2016, and so far this year, the band has released a song for the Suicide Squad movie soundtrack and co-headlined with Weezer for a summer tour.