It’s an end of an era for Panic! At The Disco as the band performed for the last time and frontman Brendon Urie shared an emotional message on social media to express his gratitude to fans after a nearly two-decade run as a musician.
According to Z100 New York, the alternative band hit the stage of the AO Arena in Manchester, England, to perform some of their classic hits throughout the years as part of the European leg of the Viva Las Vengeance tour.
However, it appears that this would be their last show ever after Brendon Urie announced that he would be focusing on his personal life and fatherhood.
Taking to his official Instagram account after the final concert, the singer shared a series of photos from the show and wrote a lengthy and emotional caption to thank his supporters.
“I just want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. For the last 18 years, it’s truly been an experience that I’ll always be grateful for,” he wrote.
The musician then addressed newer fans, saying “welcome” or “farewell” to those who have just joined them.
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Concluding his emotional message, the “Into The Unknown” singer shared parting words, saying their fans should “live every day like it’s out last, babyyyyy!”
Panic! At The Disco Disbandment
The recent post comes a few weeks after Brendon Urie confirmed that Panic! At The Disco would be splitting after performing and releasing songs together for more than a decade.
He took to social media to reveal the shocking news to fans, saying he and his wife, Sarah, are expecting their first child and he wanted to put all his attention to his family.
“I am going to bring this chapter of my life to an end and put my focus and energy on my family, and with that Panic! At The Disco will be no more,” he wrote at the time.
Urie then thanked all his fans, whether they have been with them since the beginning of their career or newer supporters, for their love through the years and it has been a pleasure for him to share the stage with his bandmates as well as concertgoers.
Concluding his post, the musician then noted that the Europe and the United Kingdom series of concerts would be their “one last run together.”
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