Panic! At The Disco London concert 2023: date, how to get tickets for the O2 - and full list of UK tour dates

The band, fronted by Brandon Urie, is heading to London in 2023.

Pop band Panic! At The Disco have announced a new UK tour, with London confirmed as one of the stops as they tour the UK.

Despite still being regarded as a band, Panic! At The Disco is now the solo project of Brandon Urie.

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With the popular solo project heading to London in 2023, tickets are likely to go fast - so how can I get them?

When is Panic! At The Disco performing in London?

Panic! At The Disco only have one scheduled show in London, and will perform at the iconic O2 Arena on 6 March, 2023.

The band, a solo project by Brandon Urie, have previously performed in London at the O2 Arena, back in March 2019.

Where else are they performing?

With the announcement of their UK tour, it has been revealed that they’re travelling to major cities in the UK.

London is the penultimate show in the UK leg of the tour, and Panic! At The Disco will travel to Glasgow and Birmingham before London, and will travel to Manchester after the O2 show.

The rest of their UK tour dates are:

  • 3 March: Glasgow, OVO Hydro
  • 4 March: Birmingham, Utilita Arena
  • 10 March: Manchester, AO Arena

How do I get tickets?

With the announcement still fresh, tickets are not yet on sale for the performance in London.

Tickets can be purchased online via Gigs and Tours, and before the tickets are on general sale, they will undergo a presale, with that beginning on Wednesday, 8 June 2022 and 11am.

Once the presale has commenced, tickets will then go on general sale.

What might the setlist be?

With the tour not set to start for some time, it’s unknown what the setlist may be, and with a new album, Viva Las Vengeance set to be released in August 2022, it is highly likely that songs from that album will be performed.

It’s also likely that some of the band’s most popular songs will be performed, such as High Hopes, I Write Sins Not Tragedies and their new 2022 single, Viva Las Vengeance.

Who is Panic! At The Disco?

Despite still being largely thought of as a band, Panic! At The Disco is a solo project by American artist, 35-year-old Brandon Urie.

The band was initially formed way back in 2004, and was founded as a pop rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada.

The band gained immediate notoriety in 2005, when their debut studio album, A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out was certified triple platinum in the US.

In 2008, the band underwent a significant change as Ryan Ross and John Walker departed the band, due to Urie and Spencer Smith wanting to make further changes to the band’s style. Ross and Walker went on to form a new band ‘The Young Veins’, leaving just Urie and Smith as the remaining members.

In 2015, other members came and went, leaving Urie to take on the band’s name as a solo project and oversaw their biggest song with ‘High Hopes’ which has over 1 billion streams on Spotify.