Panic at the Disco Returns Next Summer

Thursday 28 July 2016

Award-winning internationally acclaimed colossal rockersPanic at the Disco are set to return to Auckland on 2 February 2017. The band will perform at the Logan Campbell Centre to support their fifth studio album, Death Of A Bachelor.

Bringing their action-packed live shows and armed with a mountain of hits, fans can prepare for spell-binding energy, roof-raising beats and a live show that will leave you breathless. Having sold out their biggest shows the world over - including over 20,000 tickets in London - you won’t want to miss Panic at the Disco in January 2017.

It has been over a decade since these suburban teens released A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, a debut that immediately transformed Panic at the Disco into worldwide superstars. Each subsequent release has seen Panic at the Disco push the boundaries and create unique genre-bending albums. Death Of A Bachelor is no different. A grandiose and triumphant masterpiece, it is packed with songs that both allude to the past and create a uniquely contemporary sensibility with a Sinatra-esque, dance-around-your-room-when-no-one’s-looking feel.

Frontman Brendon Urie credits fans with the inspiration and sound of Death Of A Bachelor, enthusing, “I’m at where I’m at because people are still into what I’m doing. That is the most validating feeling – having people willingly take this journey with me. And I’m writing this music because I want to share it with people who care about it as much as I do.”

Death Of A Bachelor is another hit record with fans and critics alike, having reached #1 on Billboard’s 220 chart upon its debut and attaining gold certification in the USA. Current singles “Hallelujah,” “Victorious,” and “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time” have amassed tens of millions of streams and YouTube views.

“A mix between Sinatra and Queen.”-Rolling Stone

Panic at the Disco
Thursday 2nd February 2017 - Logan Campbell Centre