Panic! At The Disco at Slam Dunk was SPECTACULAR every. single. night. Here's what we learned watching Brendon do his thing the past few nights...
IT'S AWFULLY HOT OUT HERE
There's pyro. Lots of pyro. So much in fact that Brendon Urie whips his top off withing the first few minutes and spends the
'DEATH OF A BACHELOR' STILL RULES...
Panic! more than threaten a good time as they blast through new stuff like 'Victorious' and - of course - 'Don't Threaten Me With A Good Time'. Is this the best era of Panic! ever?
...AND SO DOES PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING ELSE
'Miss Jackson'. 'This Is Gospel'. 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies'. Hit after hit after hit.
TIME TO DANCE?
There aren't many bands who can get crowds young and old up on their feet and make them truly lose themselves for an hour and a half. Panic! are one of those special few.
IT'S SO BUSY The capacity crowd uses every single inch of the Millennium Square in Leeds and main stage at Slam Dunk South. People love this band. KNEW IT!
THIS IS FITTING Aside from FOB themselves, is there any other band on the planet more appropriate to headline Slam Dunk Festival on the tenth anniversary of the first fest (which Fall Out Boy headlined)? Judging by just how many people loved Panic!'s performances over the weekend, we don't think so.