Panic! At The Disco Play intimate London gig

The band play their most exclusive ever UK show

Panic! At The Disco have played a secret show in London tonight (August 23).

The band performed an intimate gig at Bush Hall, in Shepherd’s BUsh, their smallest ever gig on these shores.

Addressing the crowd who had one tickets through the band’s website, singer Brendan Urie began the gig by asking the crowd “Are we going to have some fun tonight?” before launching into the hour long set.


Including covers Radiohead cover ’Karma Police’ and Smashing Pumpkins’Tonight Tonight’, the band also tore through tracks from their debut album ’A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out’.

Panic! At The Disco played:

‘The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide Is Press Coverage’

‘Time To Dance’

‘London Beckoned Songs About Money Written By Machines’

‘Karma Police’



‘Nails For Breakfast, Tacks For Snacks’

‘Lying Is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off’

‘But It’s Better If You Do’

‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies’

‘Tonight Tonight’

‘There’s A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven’t Thought Of It Yet’

‘I Constantly Thank God For Esteban’

‘Build God, Then We’ll Talk’

Concluding the gig without an encore, Urie admitted the band were saving themselves for the weekend’s festival exertions.

“We’re just about dead and I’m sorry we won’t be doing an encore,” he explained for bucking the rock n roll tradition, adding: “We’re dead tired and there’s no way we can get back up on the stage.”

Instead UK fans will have to wait for the Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festivals (August 25-27), or if you can’t make it, stay tuned to NME.COM for all the action live from both sites.


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