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Brendon Urie did it all at T-Mobile Arena, from floating on a piano to backflipping from a drum riser and covering Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."

Memorable moments from Panic! At the Disco’s huge Vegas show

August 19th, 2018

Brendon Urie did it all at T-Mobile Arena, from floating on a piano to backflipping from a drum riser and covering Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."

  • "The wind changed directions entirely, and the water just dowsed us and the crowd," he says of his band’s Stanley Cup Finals performance in the ...

  • The band’s “final” concert in Boston in 2004 resulted in one of the great pilgrimages in rock history: an estimated 166,000 people.

  • From Dvne to Witchcraft and Goblin to Sunn O)))

  • “If you were to yell at yourself from outside yourself, that’s the theme of the record … if you could hate yourself in the third ...

  • Two LPs and one EP to keep you busy through summer’s end and beyond.

  • The pop music superstar will offer two distinctly different shows.

  • Stevie bounces through his catalog, never lingering too long in a romantic ballad or soulful jam session.

  • It’s been a rapid ascent for someone who, before moving here in 2015, was living in a car with his son in LA.

  • The Chamanas at Bunkhouse, Ben Nichols at Backstage Bar & Billiards and Snakehips at the Hard Rock Hotel pool.

  • He wants fans at his Park Theater shows to bring the music and mementos that remind them of special experiences in their lives.

  • After 15 years we have an answer to the question: "Where My Girls At?"

  • In 24 hours, the Bunkhouse went from seven musicians onstage to just one—and both acts delivered.

  • The four-week Swim + Sound concert series will bring a variety of genres to the park.

  • Longtime hip-hop show Word Up ended suddenly—and without warning.

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