Panic! At The Disco In Atlanta At The Gas South Arena

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Starting the show off right was the amazingly talented artist, Jake Wesley Rogers. You might have recognized Jake from season 7 of America’s Got Talent. After the show, Jake went on to continue stardom and make music that shares the experience he has had being queer. Jake’s set was a short one but a good one. He hit the stage performing his latest hit single “Hindsight” and “Modern Love”. He also performed his hit “Lavender Forever” which came out earlier this year. Jake is one of the most authentic artists out there which is what makes him so relatable to his fans. An incredible artist indeed.

During the stage set up for the next artist the fans cheered as soon as Marina’s name popped up.  The Welsh singer has a huge fan base in which they are called the “Diamonds”. Marina’s latest album, Ancient Dreams In a Modern Land, is beautifully written and a melodic Album that talks about the political controversies people go through in this world.  Also, with it being the 10 year anniversary of her Electra Heart album, Marina released the Electra Heart (Platinum Blonde Edition), and finished off her set with her hit song “Bubblegum Bitch” which was the perfect ender as it still remains her most popular song. 

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Anticipation over! This was the moment fans have been waiting for all night. Panic! at the Disco!. When the lights dimmed and the countdown clock hit 0:00, out came Brendon Urie performing “Say Amen”. With pyro shooting up behind him and fog coming up from the ground, the crowd could definitely feel the heat as their favorite band danced all over the stage. Via Las Vengeance is their newest album, and although it has more of a pop sound then their past records, the album still holds up and has a lot of great songs.

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A personal favorite of mine was “Death of a Bachelor” in which it was performed featuring some funky saxist killing the saxophone! Of course Urie had to perform some crowd favorites and ended the night with one of their most famous songs “High Hopes”. The show was explosive and had fans crossing off their bucket list as they left the stage with confetti raining down on them. It was a magical experience for all.