A Night With Panic! At The Disco Live From The Artists Den

A Night With Panic! At The Disco Live From The Artists Den

A NIGHT WITH PANIC! AT THE DISCO

LIVE FROM THE ARTISTS DEN

The Mayan, Los Angeles, CA

 

Panic! At The Disco performs at The Mayan in Downtown Los Angeles on March 13th 2016.

Panic! At The Disco takes the stage for an episode taping of Live from the Artists Den.

 

500 lucky guests watch Panic! At The Disco play songs from their number one album,

Death Of A Bachelor. Amongst those in attendance were the winners of the Chase Sapphire cardmember ticket sweepstakes who received VIP access to the event, including entry to the after party, reserved seating and more.

Ticket-winners lined up hours before doors outside The Mayan in Downtown LA on Sunday night.

On Sunday evening, downtown Los Angeles’ historic Mayan Theater provided a spectacular backdrop for Panic! At the Disco‘s taping of Live from the Artists Den. The LA-based band, led by frontman Brendon Urie, offered a boisterous performance highlighting material from their critically acclaimed new album Death of a Bachelor, which was released on January 15th via DCD2/Fueled By Ramen and debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200 Chart. Urie and crew revisited favorites like “Time To Dance” and “Nine In The Afternoon,” as well as new tracks like “Victorious” and “Hallelujah.” Panic! At the Disco also recreated Queen’s epic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” with Urie’s falsetto taking centerstage. Five hundred of the band’s fans filled the ornate theater, which was originally built in 1927, and lent their voices to the night’s closing song and fan favorite “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.”

The band’s critically acclaimed new album Death of a Bachelor via DCD2/Fueled By Ramen and available HERE. The album, released on January 15th, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard No. 1 on the iTunes album chart in 18 countries around the world.

Panic! At the Disco is the first episode of Live from the Artists Den shot in 4K video. The television premiere will kick off Season 11 of the series, airing nationwide this Fall.

Panic! At The Disco: Live from the Artists Den is presented by Chase Sapphire Preferred®.Explore the premium rewards of Chase Sapphire Preferred at www.Chase.com/Sapphire.

About The Artists Den

The Artists Den is a critically acclaimed television and digital music series celebrating its 10th television anniversary. The series is best known for presenting secret concerts by extraordinary breaking artists in non-traditional, often historic settings for the TV show Live from the Artists Den. Live from the Artists Den is one of the most popular series on national public television-broadcasting in 270 PBS markets in the United States, and internationally in the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Israel, and Latin America. Featured artists include Adele, Mumford & Sons, Alabama Shakes, Ed Sheeran, Imagine Dragons, Sara Bareilles, The Killers, Zac Brown Band, and Vampire Weekend. Featured venues include Graceland, a Masonic temple, the first art museum in America, a 1930s silent movie theater, the world’s oldest merchant sailing vessel, the New York Public Library, The World’s Fair, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

About The Mayan

The Mayan Theater, located in the heart of the historic theater district of Downtown Los Angeles, is a landmark former movie palace built in 1927. The ornate decorations of the building celebrate that of the Mayan Revival, a popular architectural style during the 1920s and 1930s. Though it shut its doors as a movie theater, the building was preserved, and The Mayan officially reopened on February 14, 1990 as a nightclub in the underground music scene. The Mayan has also served as a location for many feature films, such as “The Bodyguard,” “Night at The Roxbury,” “Save the Tiger,” “Be Cool,” and “The Replacement Killers”. Today, the Mayan continues to be deeply ingrained in music, pop culture, and entertainment in Los Angeles. It is one of the few remaining original theaters left in the city, and is designated a “Historic Cultural Monument.”

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