By Paula Araujo
Panic! at the Disco rocked a sold out Madison Square Garden in NYC on Tuesday July 24, 2018. Their new album Pray For The Wicked was released earlier this summer and fans were treated to an eclectic show with 27 songs ranging their entire discography, a few covers and vibrant visuals. Fans weren’t the only ones in attendance enjoying the show, Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz was spotted as well as frontman Brendon Urie’s former Kinky Boots cast mates, Taylor Louderman and J. Harrison Ghee who joined him on stage for a cover of “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”. The theatrics didn’t stop there, Brendon got up close and personal during “Death of a Bachelor” as he walked from the stage through the main floor to reach the piano which would then elevate him over the crowd and back to the stage as he sang “Dying in LA”. The show closed out with both new and old fan favorites, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” and “Victorious,” which clearly, they are.
This show is not one to miss and its just the first leg of the tour. For dates, click here.
On Saturday May 19, PVRIS played a free show at Mohegan Sun’s Wolf Den in Connecticut. The show was held in the middle of the Casino, making it a 21 and over show. The venue was rather intimate considering they played Terminal 5 in NYC on their last tour. The show was an hour long and filled with 11 songs, making the set list a nice mix of both their albums.
By Paula Araujo
There is nothing quite better than kicking off the week with a Good Charlotte concert. On Monday November 14th, the group rocked the PlayStation Theater in New York City. Joining in on the fun and getting the party started were Big Jesus, Four Year Strong, and The Story So Far. Good Charlotte kept the party going by starting their set with their classic hit, “The Anthem.” The audience was taken back to 2002 and treated to several songs off of The Young and The Hopeless. Much of the set list was drawn from their sophomore album playing songs such as, “Riot Girl” and “Hold On”. Fans filled the venue with outpouring love for the band as they sang songs like, “I Don’t Wanna Be In Love,” “The River,” and “I Just Wanna Live.” Earlier this summer Good Charlotte released their new album Youth Authority and played a few tracks from there as well. The entire evening was the perfect mix of nostalgic and modern pop punk. There are still a few dates left on this fall tour, so be sure to catch them out on the road! For dates, click here. Continue reading “Good Charlotte Still Knows How To Throw A Party”