August Headlining Dates For Panic! At The Disco

Panic! At The Disco has its own tour to do before joining Fall Out Boy on an arena run in September – a series of August headlining dates in intimate venues.  What’s more, the journey begins with a couple of free shows.

Panic! At The Disco will release Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! Oct. 8.  The album’s first single – “Miss Jackson” – has already been released and, of course, there is a video to go with the song.  Directed by Jordan Bahat (Grouplove, Fitz & The Tantrums), the vid features “30 Rock” actress Katrina Bowden.

The band’s headlining tour begins with free shows in Boston and Philadelphia that are presented by local radio stations.  Stopping in fine cities such as Nashville, Tampa, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Fresno and Reno, the last gig on the band’s intimate venue excursion will be Salt Lake City Aug. 24.  The band joins the Fall Out Boy tour Sept. 5 in Uncasville, Conn.  After traveling with Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco will play a record release date in Las Vegas Oct. 11.  November has the band in Europe accompanied by New Politics.

Here’s the routing:

Headlining dates:
Aug. 1 – Boston, Mass., Copley Square (WBOS radio show)
Aug. 3 – Philadelphia, Pa., Piazza at Schmidt’s (WRFF radio show)
Aug. 4 – Norfolk, Va., Jewish Mother
Aug. 5 – Richmond, Va., Canal Club
Aug. 7 – Nashville, Tenn., 12th & Porter
Aug. 9 – Jacksonville, Fla., Jack Rabbits
Aug. 10 – Saint Petersburg, Fla., Jannus Live
Aug. 12 – Cincinnati, Ohio, 20th Century Theatre
Aug. 13 – St. Louis, Mo., Firebird
Aug. 14 – Indianapolis, Ind., Radio Radio
Aug. 17 – Rochester, N.Y., Main Street Armory (94.1 Presents Scion’s Bonzai Bash)
Aug. 19 – Bakersfield, Calif., B. Ryders
Aug. 20 – Santa Barbara, Calif., Velvet Jones
Aug. 21 – Fresno, Calif., Starline
Aug. 22 – Sparks, Nev., The Alley
Aug. 24 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Gallivan Center

Appearing with Fall Out Boy (Through Sept. 29)
Sept. 5 – Uncasville, Conn., Mohegan Sun Arena
Sept. 6 – Lowell, Mass., Tsongas Center At UMass Lowell
Sept. 7 – Brooklyn, N.Y.,Barclays Center
Sept. 8 – Philadelphia, Pa., The Liacouras Center
Sept. 10 – Fairfax, Va., Patriot Center
Sept. 11 – Cleveland, Ohio, Wolstein Ctr. / Cleveland St. Univ.
Sept. 14 – Auburn Hills, Mich., The Palace Of Auburn Hills
Sept. 15 – Toronto, Ontario, Echo Beach
Sept. 18 – Broomfield, Colo, 1stBank Center
Sept. 20 – Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center
Sept. 21 – San Francisco, Calif., America’s Cup Pavilion
Sept. 22 – San Diego, Calif., Valley View Casino Center
Sept. 25 – The Woodlands, Texas, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Sept. 26 – Grand Prairie, Texas, Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie
Sept. 27 – Memphis, Tenn., Mud Island Amphitheatre
Sept. 28 – Alpharetta, Ga., Verizon Wireless Amph. At Encore Park
Sept. 29 – Tampa, Fla., USF Sun Dome

Oct. 11 – Las Vegas, Nev., The Pool At The Cosmopolitan

Touring with New Politics:
Nov. 9 – Antwerp, Belgium, Trix
Nov. 10 – Cologne, Germany, Werkstatt
Nov. 11 – Hamburg, Germany, Logo
Nov. 14 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Paradiso
Nov. 16 – Paris, France, Le Trabendo
Nov. 17 – Nottingham, United Kingdom, Rock City
Nov. 18 – Edinburgh, United Kingdom, The Picture House, Edinburgh
Nov. 20 – Manchester, United Kingdom, Manchester Academy
Nov. 21 – London, United Kingdom, Kentish Town Forum

Looking very debonair as he poses for a photograph.

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