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Photos By Emily Cohen, Words By Rachel Johnson

After what seemed like hours of waiting, the lights dimmed and Panic! At the Disco took their places onstage. All of the ovaries in house almost exploded and the hoards of teenage girls were screaming testaments of their love to lead singer, Brendon Urie (who was looking fabulous in a metallic glitter blazer with leather pants and cheetah print Louboutins).

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Brendon, despite getting over a head cold, sounded as impeccable as ever and stuck his signature back-flip during song “Miss Jackson”. It’s not often that one stumbles across a band that can perform versions of their songs live that sound just as good, if not better, than the recording.

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At the end of 18 songs, the guys exited stage right, leaving their fans literally begging for an encore. Panic! At the Disco came back onstage, and just in case there were any ovaries left in-tact, Brendon took off his shirt and preformed the last 2 songs topless. The band finished with one of their most well known songs, “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies”. After an extensive 20 song set, Panic! At the Disco finished their night and the sea of hormones had finally subsided.

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