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Panic At the Disco Tour Dates Change

Saturday, 12th Mar 2011

The Band Reschedule Their UK Tour Dates in April and May 2011

The famous rock band Panic! At the Disco have changed around some of their tour dates in the United Kingdom, with dates and locations altered in some cases, and this comes just over a month before they are due to arrive on British shores. So those with concert tickets to witness them take to the stage in Manchester will now have to wait a little longer, in addition to those planning on witnessing them in Norwich. The rest of the tour dates remain the same as they were previously announced.

The new tour dates will see them begin their UK stint at the Portsmouth Pyramid Centre on Thursday 28th April 2011, with the Glasgow Garage following on Monday 2nd May 2011 and Birmingham HMV Institute on Tuesday 3rd May 2011. The last of the unaffected tour dates is on Wednesday 4th May 2011 when they take to the stage of the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire in London.

Whilst they will still play in Manchester and Norwich, they will now play at the Manchester Academy 1 on Monday 16th May 2011 (as opposed to 30th April at Academy 2) and Norwich’s UEA on Tuesday 17th May 2011 (as opposed to 29th April at the Waterfront).

Panic! At the Disco are a well known American rock band that hail from Las Vegas, who have been releasing albums and singles, whilst also touring worldwide, since they first emerged onto the scene in the middle of the last decade. With Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith amongst band members their songs have included the likes of “The Ballad of Mona Lisa”, “The Green Gentlemen (Things Have Changed)” and “Northern Downpour”, among others, whilst albums include “Pretty Odd” from 2008 and the new record “Vices and Virtues” from 2011.

So fans of the band that are yet to purchase rock tickets to witness Panic! At the Disco take to the stage should check that they are still available on the newly-advertised dates.

Panic! At the Disco tour the United Kingdom from Thursday 28th April 2011 to Tuesday 17th May 2011.

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