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.
By Eric Basini, Photos By Kimberly Rabita
Mayday Parade’s A Lesson in Romantics 10th Anniversary tour made a stop in New Haven, Connecticut on Saturday May 6th. The evening was much more than a nostalgic gathering of twenty-somethings waiting to see and reminisce over a band that carried them through their middle and high school years. It was a celebration of music that still carries significance today.
Attendees enjoyed the music of “Milestones”, a UK band that opened up the show and gave the audience several reasons to listen to them and be remembered. Following them were Illinois natives, Knuckle Puck. This group raised the energy, playing hit songs such as “Disdain” and “No Good.” Their set perfectly prepared the crowd for the main event everyone had been waiting all night for.
Mayday Parade’s entrance was nothing short of incredible with the backdrop and prop streetlights on stage bringing the album cover to life. They played the entire album, front to back, and then treated fans to even more as they played songs from other former records including their self titled album.
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By Paula Araujo
Coldplay kicked off their North American leg of the A Head Full of Dreams Tour with two dates at Metlife Stadium in New Jersey over the weekend. Foxes got the evening started with songs off her latest album, All I Need and her hit single with Zedd, “Clarity.” Alessia Cara’s set included her latest single “Scars To Your Beautiful” and her first hit single “Here” all off her debut album Know It All.
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