i know i have posted a memory before, but i thought i’d add this: while, yes, the band, vocals, sound and lighting were absolutely amazing the security was not. we barely got handed out any water by security. i seriously considered leaving early because i felt like i was gonna pass out. when they DID gave us water (which was 2 times during the entire show) we’d get half a cup and 90% of it would’ve already been drank by the people before us. i saw at LEAST 10 people being taken out of the pit because they passed out or were going to. i’d say, take notes from Ziggo Dome. they give full bottles away (of course, with the cap removed to prevent choking) so that everyone would get some water. and they give it out very frequently as well, like every five minutes. so i’d take notes from them because the security was horrific for the most part.
got there the time the ticket stated, i had to stay 2 hours for some terrible livestock show,,, and standing area meant to be outside of the arena. staff was rude and didnt help us get anywhere, and panic came on 15 minutes after they supposingly were coming on (on the website). the show itself was amazing, and i had a really good time while it lasted. i cant say if it was worth the trouble to travel from san antonio to houston for it, but it sure was an interesting experience.
I've wanted to see Panic! in concert for over 12 years now and I was not at all disappointed! Brendon really feeds off of the energy in the crowd, and you can tell that he truly loves what he does. I'm so glad I finally made it to a concert after all these years. If you get a chance to see them, take it! You won't regret it! Also the fact that they allow people to bring in professional cameras is amazing. They want you to enjoy the experience to the fullest and I truly did.
This show was absolutely amazing, I loved every second of it. Panic! At the disco never lets you down with a performance. The pride flag we made with the hearts is so beautiful and cool. Brendon took a moment to say that he loves all of us fans and said if we are not accepted for who we are, we are accepted here this band, this fandom I am accepted for who I am brought me to tears. I cannot wait till they come back to Chicago, will always be a sinner forever.
it was absolutely amazing but the arena kinda sucked. they wouldn’t let me bring in my sign that said “i drove five hours to be here for my birthday”, their bag policy was dumb, nobody could find their seats so i had to let people through for like half the show, and this wasn’t the arena’s fault but there were people fighting in front of me the entire show and it really sucked because you could only hear them. panic! at the disco was amazing though and i’m so glad i could see them again!
Oh man where do I even begin. It was the best night of my life and I STILL can't believe Brendon is a real human and actually exists. I'm STILL not over the fact that he was right in front of me. I had Silver Lining VIP and I was in section 104 row 11 seat 101-102. They were damn good seats. The opening acts were also incredible but let's be real: they don't even compare to the absolutely incredible performance Panic! At The Disco put on. It's truly a one in a lifetime experience and you just need to be there to fully experience everything. Even if you don't like the band, you'd still love the performance. Brendon is the most talented vocalist ever. His energy is astounding and he talks to the crowd as if we've always been his friend. It all just warmed my heart. What an entrance, too. The way he shot out of the stage was amazing and I've never seen anything like it before. It was so sudden and unexpected and I was screaming and crying and laughing. What a man. I love him so much. He's such a kindhearted lovely person. And it really shows. He loves music, he loves what he does, and he loves his fans greatly. I can't recommend Panic!'s shows enough. I will definitely be going to his next tour!