Scene News: Panic! At Disco Announce 2nd and Final Melbourne Show

Well Australian Panic! At The Disco fans have really come out in a frenzycausing a mass hysteria for ticket demand! After selling out the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney in less than 4 hrs attention turned to Brisbane’s Eatons Hill Hotel which sold out and was then frantically upgraded to the Outdoors Venue within 15 mins, then we saw Melbourne also selling out amid astampede.  Panic! At The Disco; due to rabid fan demand have added a second and final show in Melbourne on Sunday 29th January at the legendary Festival Hall!

Tickets will go on sale Tuesday 19th July 9am from http://www.festivalhall.com.au/events/634/

This show will not last as their crazed fans have shown their angst at the possibility at missing out on tickets.

Brisbane is selling swiftly and there is a rush on for the remaining Perth tickets!

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Here’s some news to whip music lovers into a frenzy. Award-winning, internationally

acclaimed colossal rockers PANIC! AT THE DISCO are set to return to Australian shores January 2017 to support their chart topping fifth studio album, Death Of A Bachelor.

 

It has been over a decade since the then suburban teens released their first album,

A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, which set the music world ablaze with unprecedented fanfare, transforming PANIC! AT THE DISCO into worldwide superstars.

 

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Each subsequent release has seen PANIC! AT THE DISCO push the boundaries and create unique genre bending albums.

 

Their 5th album, Death Of A Bachelor, is no different. A grandiose and triumphant

masterpiece with songs that both allude to the past and create a uniquely contemporary sensibility with a Sinatra-esque, dance-around-your-room-when-noone’s-looking feel.

 

“A mix between Sinatra and Queen.”

Rolling Stone

Frontman and brainchild, 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.”

 

Watch: Victorious [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

 

Death Of A Bachelor is another hit record with fans and critics alike, with chart topping singles and attaining gold certification in the USA to join previous successful albums: Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die (Gold); Pretty Odd (Gold) and A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out (Double Platinum) whilst current singles “Halleujah”, “Victorious” and “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time” amassing tens of millions of streams and YouTube views.

 

Watch: Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

 

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.

 

Watch: Hallelujah [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

 

PANIC! AT THE DISCO 2017 AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES

 

Wednesday 25th January, Metro City, PERTH 18+

Friday 27th January, Hordern Pavilion, SYDNEY Lic/AA – SOLD OUT

Saturday 28th January, Festival Hall, MELBOURNE Lic/AA – SOLD OUT

Sunday 29th January, Festival Hall, MELBOURNE Lic/AA 2nd Show Added

Tuesday 31st January, Eaton’s Hill Outdoors, BRISBANE Lic/AA

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