Panic! At the Ogden Theater

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On January 18, pop-punk band Panic! At the Disco payed a visit to the Ogden Theater in Denver, Colorado on their Too Weird Tour. The show was sold out, with fans piled in the venue. Two bands called X Ambassadors and The Colourist were the opening performances, and they played for roughly an hour and a half. Panic! was introduced to the stage with a warm welcome from the audience. The band performed songs from their new album “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!”, opening with “Vegas Lights”. They continued with other new songs, featuring “This is Gospel”, “Casual Affair”, “Miss Jackson”, “The End of All Things”, and several others. Panic! also played songs from their three older albums with hits such as “The Ballad of Mona Lisa” and “Nine in the Afternoon”. The crowd was able to sing along to more obscure tracks as well, some of which being “Time to Dance”, “Camisado”, and “But It’s Better If You Do”. A few of the night’s defining moment’s would have to be Brendon Urie’s insane backflip during the performance of “Miss Jackson” and his incredible high notes throughout the concert. The band briefly exited the stage, but came back with an amazing encore. “Girls/Girls/Boys” was performed and the concert ended with one of Panic!’s most popular songs, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”. The band had played 21 songs, spanning about 2 hours. Afterwards, X Ambassadors and The Colourist chatted with fans and took photographs.