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Jean Conner from Dallas, Texas
PANIC AT AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER
This was the 4th Panic At The Disco concert i have attended. Brendon Urie's unbelievable talent and energy is incomprehensible. He sang, danced, played piano, guitar and drums, strolled the audience one on one while continuing to sing and ended the concert with an inspiring uplifting message to the audience. The show has matured to a spectacular event that felt more like a New Year's Eve celebration in NYC than an August performance in Dallas. He can only be compared to a Male Lady Ga Ga with the range of his talent and voice. His guitar accompaniment kept pace with him and rounded out his amazing performance with their own fabulous skills while holding their own and still keeping the focus clearly on Brendon. His appeal goes far beyond a young crowd and has become much more diverse. Keep your eyes on this extraordinary band. They chance to have the longevity of the Rolling Stones but in many ways will be better as their skill set is so multi faceted. Panic is here to stay!!
Anna-Marie from New York, New York
AMAZING - THAT MAN CAN SING
I only became aware of Panic because of my 13 yo daughter. She wanted to go with her friend so I said I would take them. I studied up and made a playlist in apple music and after listening to each song about 3 to 4 times I really began to like the music. I was excited to see the show. I thought it was AMAZING!!! It was a show. Not over the top but just amazing. Brendon can seriously sing. I didn't not like anything about it. The piano over the crowd was very cool. Brendon was sincere and just a great host. I was worried about our seats in section 223 - we had row 7 and they were really great also. I loved the show so much that I'm thinking about going with my daughter to the show on Friday night in Philly and getting floor seats. I loved it and it was worth every penny and more. He is an entertainer and not just a singer. He has that something special that you can't really define you just know it when you see it. Thanks Panic for a fantastic show. I LOVED IT!!!
Brian from New Providence, NJ
GREAT SHOW EXCEPT SOUND QUALITY.
Great visual performance and audience interaction. Whoever was running the sound board had the band over modulated or compressed which left no room for Brendon Urie's vocals. When you have a great vocalist with a huge range, you need to give him a lot of space in the mix. I've worked as an audio engineer in the past and still do video work on the side and I know good sound quality. I was let down. I would have given it 5 stars for a better mix.
Afshin from Toronto, Ontario
GOOD SHOW - NOT SO GOOD SOUND QUALITY
The stage and the visual effects were good. Unfortunately sometimees it was hard to hear the front man's voice. Also were hardly able to hear the electric guitar. Generally, it looked like the production crew did not have enough time to test out everything before the show.
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