July 24, 2018

Panic! At the Disco is Coming Back to Manila 2018

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  • American pop rock band Panic! At the Disco is coming to the Philippines for the third time on October 20, 2018, this time at the Mall of Asia Arena for their Pray for the Wicked Tour.

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    The band, headed by Brendon Urie, has been to the country twice before. They had a concert at the Araneta Coliseum back in 2008 and were one of the performers at the Mix Music Festival in 2016. Other stops for the upcoming tour include Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.

    Formed in 2004, Panic! at the Disco is popular for songs such as “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”, “Nine in the Afternoon”, “Death of a Bachelor”, and “Say Amen”. So far, the band already has 5 studio albums under its belt. Pray for the Wicked, it’s 6th album, is due for release on 22 June 2018.

    The band’s current lineup consists of last original member Brendon Urie on lead vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards, bass guitar, and drums; Kenneth Harris on lead guitar and backing vocals; Dan Pawlovich on drums, percussion, and backing vocals; Jesse Molloy on saxophone; Erm Navarro on trombone; Chris Bautista on trumpet; and Nicole Row on bass guitar and backing vocals.

    Tickets will be available starting July 8 and will be available at all SM Ticket outlets.


    What: Panic! at the Disco Live in Manila Pray for the Wicked Tour
    When: October 20, 2018
    Where: Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City

    Ticket Prices:

    VIP 1 Standing Php 7,800
    VIP 2 Seated Php 6,800
    Lower Box A Php 4,500
    Lower Box B Php 2,800
    Upper Box Php 1,800
    General Admission Php 1,200

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