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Entertainment Calling all emos: Panic! at the Disco just announced an Australian tour

05:20  14 june  2018
05:20  14 june  2018 Source:   cosmopolitan.com.au

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Panic ! At The Disco are one of the biggest bands to come out of the mid-2000’s pop/ emo /punk/awesome area and they’ve just announced that they’ll be returning to Australia in early 2017.

It's Panic 's second-ever North American headlining tour (they wrapped their first late last month), and begins just days after the band completes a month's worth of dates in Australia and Europe. At The Disco Carry Emo -Punk Banner Into VMAs With Five Noms").

2000s band Panic! at the Disco just announced their Australian tour in October, with tickets going on sale on June 22.: Calling all emos: Panic! at the Disco just announced an Australian tour © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd Calling all emos: Panic! at the Disco just announced an Australian tour

Few noughties bands define your teenage days better than Panic! at the disco.

Those skinny-jean legends are responsible for some of the finest DF anthems like 'I write sins not tragedies'.

Heck, even now you can play that song and everyone who was alive in 2006 will get up and flip their imaginary emo fringe back and forth.

Now Brendon Urie and his motley crew have just announced they're coming downunder this October.

That's right. Alert the squad.

The Panic! parade is hitting up Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide to celebrate the launch of their newest album 'Pray For The Wicked'.

So, what are you waiting for? Set a reminder (or ten), because tickets go on sale June 22 at Frontier Touring, and chances are they're gonna sell out FAST.

Saturday October 6, Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney

Tuesday October 9, AEC Theatre, Adelaide

Thursday October 11, Riverstage, Brisbane

Saturday October 13, Hisense Arena, Melbourne

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