PANIC! at The Disco formed in 2004 and have built a huge fanbase, as demonstrated by the huge shrieking crowds they attracted.

Arizona kicked off brilliantly, followed by an energetic performance by MØ who had the energy of a toddler after a bag of sweets, but it was the headliners who stole the show.

Following a climactic countdown, the band rose from the ground onto the stage with lead singer Brendon Urie appearing with a spectacular jump reminiscent of the game Pop Up Pirate.

They proceeded to perform with unrivalled enthusiasm and flamboyance.

South Wales Argus:

They performed a mix of songs from their latest album, Pray for the Wicked (2018) and some more classic hits, such as Nine in the Afternoon, with the audience bouncing and cheering throughout.

The high-pitched screams of the crowd were matched only by the impressive vocal range of Brendon who hit the highest of notes.

For fans of the band, this was an incredible performance enhanced with psychedelic backdrops, confetti, strobe lighting and pyrotechnics.

South Wales Argus:

PATD performed brilliantly, putting on a performance so spectacular it could compete with The Greatest Showman.

For the full line-up of PATD’s Pray for The Wicked tour visit

By Leah Powell.