This previous Friday (March 10), Panic! on the Disco performed their last present (on the AO Enviornment in Manchester, England). Understandably, it was an emotional occasion not just for attendees however for founding vocalist Brendon Urie, as he shared a really heartfelt message to followers on social media yesterday morning (March 11).
Again in January, Loudwire reported on Urie’s announcement that the band could be ending almost 20 years after it began. Urie said that “sometimes a journey must end for a new one to begin. . . . That said, I am going to bring this chapter of my life to an end and put my focus and energy on my family, and with that Panic! At The Disco will be no more.”
A part of the explanation was that he and his spouse, Sarah, have been about to welcome their first baby.
Thus, the group’s tour in assist of 2022’s Viva Las Vengeance could be their final, with their present on the AO Enviornment being their last efficiency ever. Unsurprisingly, they gave concertgoers one hell of an in-depth present, performing over two dozen songs (together with your complete new album and classics corresponding to “Nine in the Afternoon” and “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”).
The next day, Urie mirrored on his time with Panic! on the Disco by way of social media, writing:
I am overcome with gratitude. I simply wish to say thanks from the underside of my coronary heart. For the final 18 years, it is really been an expertise that I’ll all the time be thankful for. So should you’ve been with us for 18 years, thanks very a lot. And should you’ve simply joined us, welcome and….farewell. Both manner, I really like you very a lot, and I simply cannot say thanks sufficient. Let’s reside day-after-day prefer it’s our final, babyyyyy!
Expectedly, his posts have been immediately met with equally honest replies.
For example, one Twitter person wrote: “You came into my life when I was 17. I just lost my dad. Since then I lost my mom and grandmother. But you were the reason I kept going. I’m so sad it’s over but I’m so grateful for all the beautiful memories.” Likewise, a fan on Instagram cheered: “Thanks for everything p!atd. And thanks for all the time you spend with us Brendon.”
You possibly can see Panic! on the Disco’s full AO Enviornment setlist under, in addition to footage from the live performance and Brendon Urie’s social media posts (with subsequent replies).
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Panic! on the Disco Setlist — AO Enviornment in Manchester, England (March 10, 2023) [via setlist.fm]
01. “Say Amen (Saturday Night)
02. “Hey Look Ma, I Made It”
03. “Don’t Threaten Me with a Good Time”
04. “That is Gospel”
05. “Miss Jackson”
06. “Emperor’s New Garments
07. “Viva Las Vengeance”
08. “Center of a Breakup
09. “Don’t Let the Light Go Out”
10. “Native God”
11. “Star Spangled Banger”
12. “God Killed Rock and Roll”
13. “Say It Louder”
14. “Sugar Soaker”
15. “Something About Maggie”
16. “Sad Clown”
17. “All by Yourself”
18. “Do It to Death”
19. “Girls / Girls / Boys”
20. “House of Memories”
21. “Nine in the Afternoon”
22. “Death of a Bachelor”
23. “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”
25. “High Hopes”
Panic! on the Disco, “Victorious” + “High Hopes” on the AO Enviornment (March 10, 2023)
Panic! on the Disco, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” on the AO Enviornment (March 10, 2023)
Panic! on the Disco, “This is Gospel” on the AO Enviornment (March 10, 2023)
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