Fall Out Boy, Panic At The Disco and Twenty One Pilots 9-14-13 @ The Palace of Auburn Hills (Review & Photos)

By Jacob Giampa

Despite going through a four year breakup, Fall Out Boy has returned bigger and better then ever on the Save Rock And Roll tour. The up-and-coming band, Twenty One Pilots started the show off, and then was followed by Panic at the Disco. Twenty One Pilots have been tirelessly touring over the past year, and their experience shows in their great performance. Brendon Urie of PATD is a phenomenal singer , and he even came out and surprised the audience during Fall Out Boy’s set to sing a duet with Patrick Stump. Lastly, Fall Out Boy knows how to keep a show personal, no matter how large the venue. Half way through the set Fall Out Boy made their way into the middle of the crowd on to a small stage to play a few acoustic songs. Fall Out Boy has made  epic return to music!

 

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Fall Out Boy

http://falloutboy.com/

https://twitter.com/falloutboy

https://www.facebook.com/falloutboy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panic At The Disco

http://www.panicatthedisco.com/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Twenty One Pilots

http://www.twentyonepilots.com/

Panic! at the Disco in Royal Oak @ Arts, Beats, & Eats 9/2/2011 (Photos and Review)

Coachella? Lolla? SXSW? Sure, they’re great…But the small city of Royal Oak has been pulling together their own mini music festival full of great acts at an unbeatable price. The city was able to snag Panic at the Disco before the band sets out on their Fall tour. Panic! singer, Brendon Urie, quickly commented to the crowd how hot it was in Detroit and teased that he may have to remove some clothing if the audience is willing to as well. Record temperatures or not, Panic! at the Disco put on a lively, full-sounding performance complete with great lighting, superb musicianship, and Urie’s  distinctive and lyrical voice. You didn’t have to be wearing colored skinny jeans or have artfully-cut shaggy hair in order to bounce around to Panic!’s brand of music. My favorite moment was when Urie slowed things down and sang “Always.” It’s a great song, and I liked that night’s rendition. A good time was had by all, and I’m guessing Panic! earned some additional fans due to their premium performance.

SETLIST as deciphered by www.setlist.com

  1. (with Personal Jesus snippet)
  2. Encore:
  3. (Kansas cover)
  4. (Marvin Gaye cover)
  5. Look at these two guys having fun!