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1st April 2019
Panic! At The Disco - Pray For The Wicked Tour

Thirteen years ago, the debut album of the wonderful idiosyncratic PANIC! AT THE DISCO was released, and since then, the band, originally from Las Vegas, has a moving and exciting history. Each of their six albums was created under different conditions and with changing cast members, many had a clearly defined main theme or explored a certain stylistics stronger. They have always been very successful: Five of their six studio albums so far have climbed into the Top 10 of the US Billboard charts, two of them up to #1. The most successful of them to date is the current work, ‘Pray for the Wicked’, which rose to the top of the US charts immediately after publication and reached the top 10 in Germany for the first time. In spring 2019 PANIC! AT THE DISCO will come to Germany in new live cast for three shows in Dusseldorf, Berlin and Hamburg.

The beginning was Pop Punk. When guitarist / keyboarder / singer Ryan Ross and drummer Spencer Smith founded the band in Las Vegas in 2004, they wanted to re-produce idiosyncratic cover versions of their heroes BLINK-182. Soon bassist Brent Wilson and guitarist / keyboardist Brendon Urie joined the band, who quickly took over the lead vocals and encouraged the band to write their own material. The skilful placement of some links to their first songs, which they left on the pages of well-known Pop-Punk bands, the quality of PANIC! AT THE DISCO gets around. When they released their debut, ‘A Fever You Can Not Sweat Out’ in 2005, they were already familiar enough to climb the #13 spot on the US Billboard charts with their long-player.

Their second album, ‘Pretty. Odd.’ (2008), focused more on the Pop Rock of the 60s and 70s and was the first album which rose high in the charts worldwide. The 2011 released, ‘Vices & Virtues’, combined alternative Rock with Emo and Pop-Punk, whereas ‘Too Weird To Live, To Rare To Die’ in 2013 remembered the roots of the band again and linked Rock and Pop-Punk with Indie disco hits. With all these albums, PANIC! AT THE DISCO has climbed steadily international in the charts and expanded their fan base.

The tour was originally planned for March 2019. Due to the immense demand of the fans and the desire to present themselves uncompromisingly in Germany with their complete production, PANIC! AT THE DISCO decided to move to larger arenas. The band, whose sixth studio album, ‘Pray for the Wicked’, stormed the international charts and was streamed billions of times, has therefore moved to the Düsseldorf ISS Dome (April 1) and the Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena (April 3). New to the tour schedule is now the Hamburg Barclaycard Arena on 4 April. Unfortunately, the sold-out Offenbach concert does not need to be replaced due to limited technical conditions and a relocation to the Frankfurt Festhalle was not possible due to scheduling reasons.

Tickets purchased in advance will be taken back at the respective ticket agencies. In Düsseldorf, tickets for the Mitsubishi Electric Hall will remain valid at the ISS Dome, where free seat selection is offered. In Berlin, the Columbiahalle tickets are now valid for the standing ares of the Mercedes-Benz Arena. For both venues, additional ticket quotas are now available due to the larger capacities. New to the sale is the additional show in the Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg. PANIC! AT THE DISCO and Live Nation ask for understanding of the relocations that, on the other hand, allow a larger fan base to visit the sought-after gigs. In addition, the Hamburg audience can look forward to the additional concert.

Additional Concert Info
Doors: 18:00
Start: 20:00
Tickets: for Düsseldorf, only VIP tickets are still available, standard tickets are sold-out. For Hamburg and Berlin, there are still tickets available. Just check Eventim!

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