This is Gospel: Panic! At the Disco to return to Manila for headlining show in October

Maria Romero
PUBLISHED June 14, 2018 10:59 am
Panic! At the Disco's mainstay Brendon Urie. Photo from Panic! At the Disco/website.

(Inside Manila) All-time favorite pop-punk band Panic! At the Disco is once again playing a killer show for the Pinoy “sinners”.

Music Promoter MMI Live announced through social media on Thursday morning that Panic! will once again perform their popular hits like “This is Gospel”, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”, “Girls/Girls/Boys” and more together with their newest tracks at the Mall of Asia Arena on October 20.

Tickets are P7,800 (VIP Standing 1), P6,800 (VIP Standing 2), P4,500 (Lower Box A), P2,800 (Lower Box B), P1,800 (Upper Box), and P1,200  (General Admission). It will be up for sale starting July 8 at 10:00 a.m. via SM Tickets.


After long years of dormancy, the band – led by Brendon Urie who is the only remaining original member of the group – is coming back to Manila for the tour of their sixth and newest studio album “Pray for the Wicked” which will be released on June 22.

Just last March, the band released two new songs and a video from the album: “Say Amen (Saturday Night” and “(F**a) Silver Lining”

At the same month, they also welcomed their new bassist Nicole Row following the departure of Dallon Weekes.

As for now, here’s P!ATD’s latest easy-singalong music video for “Say Amen (Saturday Night)” where Urie seemed to have stolen a Devil Key artifact which was zealously retrieved by masked men. We have to warn you though, it’s kind of gory:



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