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    Review: Panic! at the Disco’s Viva Las Vengeance Tour in Nashville

    Panic! at the Disco rolled into Nashville Saturday as part of their Viva Las Vengeance tour and rocked the house.

    The Brendon Urie fronted alt pop rock band took the stage the second the digital clock displayed on the screens struck 0:00. They opened with, what else, but “Say Amen (Saturday Night).” They proceeded to tear through their catalog of hits including “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” and “Middle of a Breakup.” The title track of their new record was a crowd favorite, though.

    Panic! at the Disco played a nonstop 90-minute set that concluded with their biggest hits. It was a Bridgestone Arena singalong when “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies” started (if you need proof, check out our video below).

    I have to admit, I agreed to cover this show just thinking it would be fun but I walked away a HUGE fan of the band. This was one of the best live shows I’ve seen in years. The production, stage, and sound were flawless yet it didn’t seem or feel rehearsed. It was a great rock band running around having fun and playing their asses off. When Panic! at the Disco comes to your town it’s a must-see show. Don’t second guess it.

    @nashvillenoise Saturday night was 🔥 #panicatthedisco #nashville #nashvillenoise #iwritesinsnottragedies ♬ original sound – Nashville Noise