Panic At The Disco make Glastonbury debut

Emo-rockers thank fans for attending Other Stage set

Panic! At The Disco played their first ever set at Glastonbury tonight (June 27).

Headlining the Other Stage at the same time as Kings Of Leon‘s slot on the Pyramid Stage, the US rockers thanked their fans for turning out.

“This is our first Glastonbury, thanks for choosing to come over here and see us,” said singer Brendon Urie, before the band opened with ‘We’re So Starving and recent single ‘Nine In The Afternoon’.

The band then fired through a set heavy on material from second album ‘Pretty. Odd.’, including ‘Pas De Cheval’, ‘Northern Downpour’ and ‘Camisado’.

“How many of you guys are single?” asked guitarist Ryan Ross, before playing ‘Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off’. “Maybe you’ll done something about that by the end of this song.”

Folk pastiche tune ‘Folkin’ Around’, meanwhile, was introduced by Urie as “a good old campfire song”, while the band asked to see their fans’ ‘jazz hands’ before they played ‘There’s A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey’.

For the band’s encore, meanwhile, Urie played ‘Mad As Rabbits’ solo, encouraging the crowd to sing along to the track’s keyboard parts.

Panic! At The Disco played:

‘We’re So Starving’

‘Nine In The Afternoon’

‘But It’s Better If You Do’


‘Go On’


‘Behind The Sea/Hollow Birds’

‘Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off’


‘That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed)’

‘Top Hats’

‘Famous Friends/Lantern’


‘Time To Dance’

‘Sing It For Them’

‘Mad As Rabbits’

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