We don’t care if it’s official or not but we here at The Noise are ready to declare March 21st national Panic! At The Disco Day.
Not only did the band announce their new album Pray For The Wicked (due out June 22nd), share not one but TWO new singles (one of which came with a kickass, action-packed music video) and reveal a huge headlining tour with Hayley Kioko and A R I Z O N A but – as if that all wasn’t enough – Brendon Urie and company also paid a visit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform TWICE! Yes, TWICE!
Whew, we’re exhausted just typing that all out.
Now, with all that being said, we think you guys can put two and two together to figure out why yesterday was such an amazing and impactful day for Panic! fans everywhere – thus, creating our push for March 21st to become the unofficial-but-we-don’t-really-care Panic! At The Disco Day.
Just in case you missed any of the insanity that took place yesterday, make sure to check out Panic!’s stop on late night TV (which includes Urie performing the DuckTales theme song, no big deal) as well as their two new tracks below. Afterwards, make sure to pre-order the band’s new album here.
11 - MINNEAPOLIS Target Center
13 - INDIANAPOLIS Bankers Life Fieldhouse
14 - DETROIT Little Caesers Arena
15 - COLUMBUS Nationwide Arena
17 - CHICAGO United Center
18 - PITTSBURGH PPG Paints Arena
20 - UNIONDALE NYCB Live
21 - BALTIMORE Royal Farms Arena
22 - TORONTO Air Canada Centre
24 - NEW YORK Madison Square Garden
25 - BOSTON TD Garden
27 - PHILADELPHIA Wells Fargo Center
28 - RALEIGH PNC Arena
29 - DULUTH Infinite Energy Center
31 - SUNRISE BB&T Center
01 - TAMPA Amalie Arena
03 - HOUSTON Toyota Center
04 - DALLAS American Airlines Center
05 - TULSA Bok Center
07 - DENVER Pepsi Center
08 - SALT LAKE CITY Vivint Smart Home Arena
10 - SEATTLE KeyArena
11 - VANCOUVER Rogers Arena
12 - PORTLAND Moda Center
14 - SAN JOSE SAP Center
15 - LOS ANGELES Staple Center
17 - GLENDALE Gila River Arena
18 - LAS VEGAS T-Mobile Arena