Panic! At The Disco Uncasville Tickets
In 2004 four young students took a risk and dropped out of college to pursue music. Today they are rocking the world as Panic! At the Disco. The band was discovered by Pete Wentz who signed them to Decaydance. Their first studio album, ‘A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out’ was released in 2005 which put them under the spotlight. It was supported by a single, I Write Sins Not Tragedies which was nominated for four MTV Video Music Awards. They are now on tour to support their latest and fifth album titled, ‘Death of a Bachelor’ which hit the shelves in 2016. If you want to watch them live then get your Panic! At The Disco Uncasville tickets and enjoy the concert.
Panic! At the Disco have come a long way from covering Blink-182’s music to recording. They have been nominated for a Grammy Award and have contributed music to not only soundtrack of films but also video games.
The Only Difference…
In 2004, two high school students, Spencer Smith and Ryan Ross founded Panic! At the Disco. They were later joined by Brendon Urie and Brent Wilson. Urie became the lead vocalist and soon they started playing music. The band worked on four demos and released them on PureVolume. They later caught the attention of Pete Wentz who signed the talented individuals to Decaydance via which they released their single, The Only Difference… which served as the first single of their first album, ‘A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out.’
Death of a Bachelor Tour
After the release of their debut effort, Panic! At the Disco, went on to deliver three gold selling albums including, ‘Death of a Bachelor.’ It produced three singles out of which, Hallelujah got them an Alternative Press Music Award in the category of, ‘Song of the Year’ in 2016. Moreover, it also received four stars out of five from AllMusic. The band will now be embarking on, ‘Death of a Bachelor Tour’ to support their newest studio album. This is your chance to enjoy the best of pop rock music live so get your Panic! At The Disco Uncasville tickets and catch them at the Mohegan Sun Arena.