Panic! At the Disco Atlanta show cancelled!

On Friday, February 7th Panic! At the Disco played at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia. Fans, included myself, waited 12+ hours in line for the show. Panic! At the Disco had two opening bands, X Ambassador and The Colourist.

I was actually front row for the show, and it was beyond crowed. I was so squished I could not even move. Everyone just kept pushing and pushing trying to get a good spot before Panic! At the Disco came on. The crowd was calm when X Ambassador and The Colourist came on. But when Panic! At the Disco came on we all got excited and got crazy. We sang at the top of our lungs and jumped and jumped like no other. We all jumped so hard the floor cracked. Panic! only got through two songs before the show stopped. Zack Hall, who works for the band as security, got on stage after their second song and told Brendon Urie, the lead vocalist, that the show had to stop because the floor cracked, and if the show keeps going on it will probably collapse. We were all saftely evacuated outside to see what was going on. As we were all waiting outside there was an accouncement from the security guards that the show was cancelled and we would get our refund back for our tickets. A lot of us were upset, but we knew it was for safety purposes. After the announcement we went to the back of the venue where the tour buses were to see if anything was going on. Zack Hall came out and basically made the same announcement the security guards made when were were evacuated.

The tickets for the show are being refunded and hopefully the show will be rescheduled. Brendon Urie posted via Twitter they would see us in the summer. So, maybe that means there are hopes of a summer tour.

Dallon Weekes, the bassist of Panic! At the Disco, also posted via Twitter he is very sorry and is glad everyone is safe.

I also actually found a video on Instagram of a fan who was in the balcony who got a video of all of us who were on the floor, and posted it via my Twitter

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