PANIC! AT THE DISCO
LAMC Productions is proud to announce American pop-rock band PANIC! AT THE DISCO led by mastermind Brendon Urie will perform in Singapore for one night only on Tuesday, 16 August 2016, 8pm at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre, Level 6, Hall 601-604!
S$138 Standing Pen [SOLD OUT]
S$148 Standing Pen [SOLD OUT]
Reserved Seats: S$148, S$128, S$118, S$108, S$98
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“Evokes both the flamboyant swagger of Queen and the mechanized gleam of Daft Punk”
– The New York Times
Panic! At The Disco’s new album ‘Death Of A Bachelor‘ landed its first U.S. #1 album. The album,released on January 15, 2016 debuted atop the Billboard 200 Chart in the U.S marking the band’s highest debut in its 10+ year career. In Canada, the album debuted at #2 on the Soundscan Charts matching Panic! At The Disco’s previous chart success in this country. It was also #1 on the iTunes album chart in 18 countries around the world.
"Urie’s voice has only become better with age; in another era he would have probably been a straight-up crooner”
- Boston Globe
‘Death of a Bachelor’ marks the first release from Panic! At The Disco in nearly two years, following 2013's acclaimed Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!. The album has already generated significant steam - current single "Victorious" rocketed to #1 on iTunes Top Songs chart, # 1 on Billboard + Twitter's Trending 140 chart, while also trending worldwide on Tumblr and Twitter. The album has also produced four additional top 15-charting hits on the Hot Rock Songs chart with “Hallelujah,” “Emperor’s New Clothes,” “LA Devotee,” and “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time.” Musically, the album is a powerhouse full of boisterous anthems with huge choruses, slick production, and compelling samples. In frontman Brendon Urie’s words, the album sounds like Frank Sinatra taught DJs to write rock ‘n roll.
“DOAB is Panic! At The Disco turnt up, both musically and lyrically”
Panic! At The Disco has made high profile TV appearances, including ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, TBS’ Conan, CBS’ The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, the syndicated Ellen DeGeneres Show, Fox’s New Year’s Eve Live, NBC’s Miss Universe 2013, and CBS’ broadcast of The 36th Annual Kennedy Center Honors, in which Urie paid tribute to honoree Billy Joel with a characteristically idiosyncratic take on the classic “Big Shot.”