Anonymous said: okay so I love panic! At the disco I've been to their concert I know all their songs like yes I know who ryan ross is I know who Brent Wilson is. I love them basically as if I loved them since their first album came out. But really, I never started LOVING them till later on like their newer albums. Idk how to explain but like do you consider that fake if I haven't been their fan since a fever you can't sweat out???
Oh, darling Anon, in no way is that fake! A fan is a fan, no matter how long they’ve loved what they love, and don’t you let anyone tell you something different.
If you fell in love with the band years ago or just last week, it’s all good. You don’t even have to love or even like absolutely everything that they do, or, hey, even be aware of it all. Seriously, if you love the band, you’re a fan. Have fun with it! :)
Brendon Urie || Panic! At The Disco
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
shootingczars said: How early would you suggest getting to a panic! concert to be near the front?
Well, it depends a bit on your venue, but usually your best bet is to get there as early as possible. If you can somehow get into a meet & greet (sometimes local radio stations run them), my experience is that they let you stay in the venue afterward until the show starts.
But, barring that, just try to get in line early (most people will tell you to try for at least a few or even several hours early), get right inside when they open the doors and get as close as possible. Be prepared to stay in your spot all night, because if you leave it you will never get it back. Good luck! I’d love to hear how it goes for you. :)
A video I made the other day :)-Cool submission from @you-killed-the-sound: stunning display of Brendon’s vocal range.
That one time I looked like a member of Brendon Urie’s secret service.
Photo credit: Amanda Lynn Kim