Panic! At The Disco rocks the Palace of Auburn Hills as part of their “Death of a Bachelor” tour

Lindsi Mackensen, Staff Writer

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  Brendon Urie from band Panic! At The Disco put on an amazing show at the Palace during his concert Friday, March 10. The show, part of his nation-wide “Death of a Bachelor” tour,  was most memorable due to the setlist and the amazing light shows that took place throughout the performance.

  Urie came out after an electronic countdown timer to the song “Don’t Threaten Me With a Good Time.” The song, which is an alternative rock song, provided hype to match the anticipation.

  Sarah Lathers, ‘17 went to the concert that Friday, and explained how much she loved her seats.

   She stated, “Our seats were great, and they were super close to the stage. He looked incredible in real life.”

  There were many more memorable songs from the concert. One memorable moment was Urie’s piano ballad version of popular song “This is Gospel.” Urie came out on the other side of the stadium during this part.

  Lathers explained, “Brendon Urie moved to a piano on a platform near the middle of the stadium, and it raised up with a spotlight shining down on him. This is cheesy, but it looked kind of dazzling and like something out of a movie.”

  Another memorable performance of the night was when Urie performed the song “Girls/Girls/Boys.” The song spreads the message of being able to love who you want despite their gender.

  During the performance of this song, members of the crowd held up colored paper hearts in front of their phone’s flashlight, lighting up the audience in a sea of neon colors. The hearts were a project created by fans.

  It can be inferred that it was Urie’s favorite song of the night. He posted on media site Instagram (@panicatthedisco,) “Had to post this one all on its own so I could zoom out and show the whole picture. It’s an amazing feeling every night seeing all the love when you hold up those hearts for #GGB…” He also included the picture in another photoset from the concert.

  He closed the night out with his song “Victorious” to give fans one last moment before they left.

  In addition to her concert seats, Lathers had a VIP Package that allowed her to gain access to a special fan-lounge that had Urie’s memorabilia, snacks, and a photobooth.

  She gives the scoop, “The VIP passes came with access to a fan lounge in the club upstairs, and there was a photo kiosk with props related to the concert.”

  Lathers also explained what was in the exclusive merchandise package.

  She stated, “The passes also came with a nicely-designed limited tote bag, an exclusive t-shirt, guitar picks with their logo, and a vinyl containing two popular songs.”

  All in all, the night was memorable for every fan there, whether old or young. If one thing can be certain, it’s that Panic! At The Disco puts on an amazing concert that everyone can enjoy.

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