Panic! At The Disco announce 2019 UK arena tour

By On August 23, 2018

Panic! At The Disco announce 2019 UK arena tour

Pray For The Wicked

Panic! At The Disco have announced details of a huge UK and Europe arena tour for 2019. Full dates and ticket details are below.

Currently touring in support of his acclaimed 2018 album ‘Pray For The Wicked‘, this weekend sees Brendon Urie co-headline Reading & Leeds Festival alongside Kendrick Lamar.

The band will then return to these shores in the new year for shows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Birmingham, London and Manchester. £1 from every ticket sold will be donated to the Highest Hopes Foundation.

A full list of upcoming dates is below. Tickets are on sale from 10am on Friday August 31 and will be available here.

Thursday March 14 2019 â€" OFFENBACH Stadhalle (Germany)
Friday March 15 2019 â€" BERLIN Columbiahalle (Germany)
Saturday Ma rch 16 2019 â€" DUSSELDORF Mitsubishi Electric Halle (Germany)
Monday March 18 2019 â€" AMSTERDAM AFAS Live (Netherlands)
Tuesday March 19 2019 â€" PARIS â€" Zenith (France)
Thursday March 21 2019 â€" ANTWERP Lotto Arena (Belgium)
Sunday March 24 2019 â€" GLASGOW SSE Hydro (United Kingdom)
Monday March 25 2019 â€" CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena (United Kingdom)
Tuesday March 26 2019 â€" BIRMINGHAM Arena Birmingham (United Kingdom)
Thursday March 28 2019 â€" LONDON O2 Arena (United Kingdom)
Saturday March 30 2019 â€" MANCHESTER Arena (United Kingdom)

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Meanwhile, Urie is also hoping for a collaboration with Kendrick Lamar at R+L this weekend.

“I’m such a huge Kendrick Lamar fan, and I have so much respect for the guy,” said Urie. “I can’t wait to see him â€" I’ve never had the chance to see him live before, and I know that it’s going to blow my mind! I’m not all about pressing too hard, but if [a collaboration] happens then it happens.”

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He continued: “That’s very much how it’s been on this tour: it’s been really organic, and no-one has had to push anybody to do anything that they haven’t wanted to. But I would throw the idea [to get Kendrick onstage during Panic!’s set] out, for sure! I’m such a big fan that I feel like I’m honoured to even just watch him.”

Source: Google News United Kingdom | Netizen 24 United Kingdom

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