Live Photos: Panic! at the Disco at Oakland's Oracle Arena

Pop-rockers Panic! at the Disco may have kicked off their Pray For The Wicked tour in July 2018, but the band is not slowing down anytime soon. With only a few dates left on their North American tour, Brendon Urie and Co. are set to embark on their nearly sold-out European tour on March 18th in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The tour's evening begins with opening acts electronic band Two Feet and indie-pop's Betty Who, who opened the Pray For The Wicked tour from January 10th through February 14th. Youtube star-turned-pop singer Conan Gray joined after Betty Who's departure for the remaining dates until March 3rd.
Panic! at the Disco start their shows with "(Fuck A) Silver Lining," from their latest Pray For The Wicked release along with 2016's Death of a Bachelor hit "Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time." Their whopping 28 song setlist features a striking combination of mega-hits, all time classics, and even some notable covers!
Of the 28 song setlist, only three of the tracks are unique covers from Bonnie Raitt's "I Can't Make You Love Me" and "The Greatest Show," as heard from the 2017 movie-musical smash hit. Nothing compares to the band's final epic cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."
For those who did not get a chance to catch Panic! at the Disco on their latest trek, Setlist.fm has you covered with exclusive photos from their show at Oakland's Oracle Arena. Check out all the photos live from their Feb. 19th show in the gallery above!
Check out their latest setlist below:
Panic! at the Disco
Panic! at the Disco is set to wrap up their North American tour at RODEOHOUSTON in Houston, Texas on March 3rd. For all ticket and tour info, check out the band's website. For all official setlist updates, be sure to check back with Setlist.fm!

Panic! at the Disco Upcoming Tour Dates:
Feb. 20 – Sacramento, CA – Golden1 Center (Tickets) March 18 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands – AFAS Live March 19 – Paris, France – Zenith March 21 – Antwerp, Belgium – Lotto Arena March 24 – Glasgow, Scotland – The SSE Hydro March 25 – Cardiff, Wales – Motorpoint Arena March 26 – Birmingham, England – Birmingham Arena March 28 – London, England – The O2 (Tickets)
March 29 – London, England – The O2 March 30 – Manchester, England – Manchester Arena
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