28/3/19, I saw Panic! at the Disco for the second time at the o2 in London with my Mum. I wanted to take an opportunity to document it for you guys and myself. I’ll be talking you through the merch available, the support acts, the ACTUAL SHOW and how my night went overall.
I was impressed with the variety of merch at my show, however there was a lot of merch that you could only buy as a VIP and not all designs were brought over the UK. Despite this, the selection was still decent. I got a top that had a small logo at the top and then song lyrics over the back (not that I need any more band merch). The prices ranged from £25-50 for clothing but smaller items such as flags, keychains and more were available too.
After buying merch we visited the new shopping outlet there, which has shops like Hotel Chocolat and Calvin Klein. We got some food at wasabi (would recommend) and went up to the Sky backstage lounge to get photos taken.
We didn’t have time to get any food or drinks up there as we were already missing the first support act. From what we got to hear of ARIZONA playing, they were incredible and I am definitely going to listen to them more. The second support act was MØ, you may know her from her appearance in the song “Lean On”. Again, she was incredible and I will be listening to her more in the future.
Then the countdown began for P!ATD. It was a very tense 10 minutes if I do say so myself. If you want to see the full setlist then click here. In my opinion, this was an incredible set with a few cover songs as well as many incredible Panic! classics. My favourite songs were “Dying in LA”, “The Greatest show”, “high Hopes”, “Girls/Girls/Boys” and “Dancing’s not a crime”. If you have ever seen a Panic! show, you will know about the #patdhearts project. This is a project where loads of paper hearts are cut out in rainbow colours and given for you to shine a light through during their gay pride song “Girls/Girls/Boys”.
Panic! has been a huge part of my life for a good few years now and it is something me and my Mum can really bond over. I cannot even explain how incredible this night was. Now…bring on Shawn Mendes (17/4/19)*
*yes I’m aware this is tomorrow. I wrote this ages ago and I’m crap at posting. sorry 🙂