UTG PHOTOS: Fall Out Boy & Panic! At The Disco (9/20/13)

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Under The Gun recently sent photographer, Ryan Tuttle, to The Honda Center in Anaheim, CA on September 4, 2013.

On September 20, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, and Twenty One Pilots played to a sold out crowd at the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA.

Unfortunately, I missed Twenty One Pilots‘ set by just a few minutes, but based off of the crowd’s enthusiasm, it was clear that I missed out on an epic performance.

Panic! At The Disco delivered an ear-shattering rock performance from start to finish. Lead singer, Brendon Urie, pranced about the stage effortlessly, all while delivering a pitch-perfect vocal. For all of the energy the band exhibited through their performance, the crowd gave the same amount of energy right back, consequently sending quite a few fans out of the pit and over to the medic.

Fall Out Boy was a large part of my young adult life, so seeing them live was just as nostalgic as I expected. Once their backdrop fell and the stage went dark, the crowd went absolutely wild. The band did a great job of assembling a well-balanced setlist of songs both old and new, ensuring that the energy in the room never faded out for a second. Despite the few years FOB went on hiatus before the release of Save Rock and Roll in 2013, the band has yet to lose their spark. They have grown up, evidenced not only by their music but by their demeanor on stage. Bassist, Pete Wentz, spoke of the hardships of being an outsider in society and later discussed the history and eventual comeback of rock and roll while images of rock and roll legends graced the screen behind him. This time around, it seems as if the band has dreams of showing the world where they’ve been and where they intend to go, and they can certainly count on their fans to be right alongside them for the ride. Check out the photos from this show below as well as the full sets here and here!


Panic! At The Disco

Fall Out Boy

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