Hey, everyone! Hope you are all doing well. Currently I am on Easter break, which I’ve been spending in a city near LA with my fam. My birthday was on March 28th and I honestly didn’t have much planned except for driving home from San Diego. The craziest thing happened though! A couple days before my birthday I was sitting in Chemistry, waiting for class to start. While browsing through Facebook to pass the time, I came across a post from Panic! at the Disco, one of my absolute favorite bands! They had a concert planned for March 28th in my county! What are the odds that they’d be a short drive away from me on my birthday?! That’s fate, people! I ended up buying tickets so me and my sister could attend. Here are some of the photos from that night!
To be honest, I captured way more videos than photos, which I shared on my Insta story. The following are a few snippets from those posts, so I apologize if they are blurry. Cue my obsession with Brendon Urie…
Brendon is an absolutely unbelievable performer. He is so in love with his music, just as much as his fans are (including me). The entire concert I was screaming and singing along, the little emo girl inside of me just couldn’t help it! Their music has evolved quite a bit throughout the years, along with the dwindling members of the group. With each person who left, there seemed to be a seismic shift in their musical vibe. They started off as high schoolers with very emo music, but have slowly become more punk and alternative pop at times. Panic! has been around for 14 years now, which is crazy! I remember listening to their music when I was just in middle school; look where they are now!
The concert lasted about an hour and a half, with the finale coating the pit with gold sparkles and confetti. Honestly, it was one of my favorite concerts I’ve ever been to (partly because the venue was so small and we were feet away from Brendon). Also because I’ve followed Panic! for so long now and continue to enjoy their music more with each album. I definitely recommend checking them out if you’ve never listened before. Alright well, I’m off to class. Talk to you all soon!
p.s. Thank you to everyone who made my 22nd so special!