As Brendon Urie strides out on the Main Stage of Reading Festival, it feels like a homecoming. Sure, the world of Las Vegas may be the inspiration behind the bulk of the back catalogue aired today but Panic! At The Disco grew up at this pair of English festivals . From their infamous main stage debut through to the start of their second wave back in 2011, the band’s evolution has been mirrored by the crowds at these events. From the off, the band sparkle beyond sequined jackets and glittery microphones. A cover of Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ provided the first truly magical moment of this year’s event but with ‘I Write Sins, Not Tragedies’ following a few songs later, the crowded field wasn’t left long for the second.
Posted: Friday, August 28th, 2015