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Don’t panic: Manila included in ‘Pray for the Wicked’ Tour

In support of the band’s upcoming album Pray For The Wicked, Grammy-nominee and multi-platinum selling superband Panic! At The Disco will be performing in Manila on Oct. 20 at the Mall of Asia Arena.

American rock band Panic! At The Disco is set to bring their ‘Pray for the Wicked Tour’ at the Mall of Asia Arena on Oct. 20.
The first leg of the Pray For The Wicked Tour, which has sold out multiple venues including NYC’s Madison Square Garden and kicks off in Minneapolis, Minnesota on July 11. Panic! At The Disco will also do an international run of dates visiting Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Mexico and the Philippines in October. The concert will be their third time they’ll be in Manila.

Pray For The Wicked follows Panic! At The Disco’s critically acclaimed fifth album, Death Of A Bachelor (2016) via Fueled By Ramen/DCD2 Records. 

The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Chart and was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2017 Grammy Awards. The RIAA platinum-selling release was the highest selling rock album and fourth-highest-selling album released in 2016, according to Nielsen Soundscan. 

The album has also spawned RIAA certified gold tracks “Hallelujah,” “LA Devotee,” “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time” and platinum “Victorious,” “Death Of A Bachelor,” and “Emperor’s New Clothes.”  Most recently, frontman Brendon Urie starred as Charlie Price in the critically acclaimed, Tony Award-winning Broadway hit Kinky Boots.

Tickets to Pray For The Wicked Tour, promoted by MMI Live, will go on sale on July 8 at 10:00 a.m. at all SM Tickets outlets or visit http://www.smtickets.com or by calling 470-2222. 

For more information, follow MMI Live (on Facebook), and @mmilive (on Instagram, and Twitter), or visit mmilive.com for details.

Topics: Pray For The Wicked , Panic! At The Disco , Manila , concert tour
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