Panic at the Disco Viva Las Vengeance 2023 Tour

On the 6th of March 2023, I saw Panic at the Disco in their Viva Las Vengeance tour at the O2 in London

Panic at the Disco Viva Las Vengeance 2023 Tour

A couple of months before I saw them, Panic! at the Disco announced it would be their last tour, so I was even more excited to have the opportunity to see them.

The concert was at the 02 and due to being under 16, we were seated but this did not spoil the fun. The 02 is HUGE and we were sat opposite the stage, albeit at the back behind the standing fans.

Fletcher was the support act, and while I had not heard of her, she was an amazing singer and I really enjoyed her style of music. Then after a short gap, it was onto the main act!

Panic! opened with one of their hit songs 'Say Amen (It’s Saturday Night)' , followed by 'Hey Look Ma, I Made It'. They put on a spectacularly theatrical display, no detail was spared for their final tour as a huge lighting rig, pyro and lasers illuminated the stage. 

The show was split into three sections, with the middle of the show dedicated to Panic!’s latest release, Viva Las Vengeance. They played the full 13 track album back to back, which may have been boring for some, as it was not their well known songs, but I loved it! The lead singer had such an incredible voice it sometimes felt like a recording rather than live singing.

My highlight of the night was when they sung 'Girls/Girls/Boys'. A group of fans had given out coloured paper hearts to everyone in the stadium and we all held them up with the lights on our phones. The effect was spectacular and Urie himself got quite emotional. 

They then played all the classics like 'I Write Sins' and 'High Hopes' which had the whole stadium singing along. 

This was my first concert, but it will not be my last as I had an amazing time!


Poppy Pearson

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