Andrew Logan


Panic! at the Disco

“Panic! At The Disco. was some of the best theater I’ve ever seen! This was visually moving, epic story telling with pulsating choreography.”
- The Denver Post

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“Panic! At The Disco. was some of the best theater I’ve ever seen! This was visually moving, epic story telling with pulsating choreography.” - The Denver Post

“And then there is Panic! At The Disco, a band that was circusized at birth. As promised, Panic was a real spectacle.” - The New York Times

“To put it simply, these boys put on a spectacular show! I must say it was a little on the risqué side, yet very tastefully and creatively done.” - The New Hampshire

“Panic! At The Disco single handedly put on the most over the top entertainment spectacle of the year. Panic! did it all, pulling it off with such panache you’d think they’d been putting on shows like this for years.” - Toronto News

“The stage was a vibrant display of the extravagant and unusual, complete with an array of cabaret style dancers and eye catching circus performers. The "Nothing Rhymes With Circus" tour is one part rock show, one part cabaret and one part, well, circus replete with contortionists, ribbon twirlers, stilt walkers, and four very sexy ladies who double as dancers, showgirls, nurses, brides and ballerinas. It all adds up to a dazzling spectacle.” - Seattle Post

“The theatrics fans have come to expect from the band members themselves were just as mesmerizing. It was this kind of visual and aural ambition that made Panic! At The Disco's show a cut above the rest.” - The Emory Wheel

“The costumes, stage design and performances combined to form a cross between a creepy circus, a cabaret and a freak show. Even those that were not familiar with the band or their songs could not help but be entertained by the spectacle played out on stage. - Echo Online

“Before an ocean of screaming fans Panic! At The Disco strutted out and opened up their musical circus. The highlight of the evening was a solid performance of their award winning hit, " I Write Sins Not Tragedies", in which the band and it's back up dancers were decked out in tuxes and wedding gowns. The catchiness of the song, combined with the movie-like scene on stage, made for a nice memory.” -

“The foursome's stage show, which unfolded with an early 1900's circus theme was a visual treat. The crowd ate it up, singing and emoting along with Urie. The energy in the arena peaked during the band's hit " I Write Sins Not Tragedies", when a decked out bride and groom -- both on stilts -- acted out the song's dramatized lyrics. But the set's highlight may well have been when the band members and dancers made their way to the front of the stage for an extended drumline sequence.” - Detroit News

“The four members of Panic! were joined by two extra musicians and six sideshow style performes for an hour-long Theatrical Spectacular. With just a hint of PG-rated innuendo, the company of contortionists, stilt walkers, dancers and dominatraxes wove themselves around the musicians with a series of stunts and skits. A ballerina twirled throughout "Camisado", and a bride and groom on stilts went from bliss to splits while Panic! played it's bit hit, "I Write Sins Not Tragedies". The performance was compelling enough to bring us back again to see what Panic! has in store next. “ - The Daily Oakland Press


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