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Unforgettable moments from Panic! At the Disco’s big Vegas program

Panic! At the Disco wrapped its Wish the Wicked tour with a packed-house show at T-Mobile Arena Saturday night, a victorious homecoming and comprehensive display for Brendon Urie. The 31-year-old showman did it all during a two-hour-plus set. He drifted across the arena on a piano; backflipped off a drum riser; had fun with pyrotechnics, dancing near to real flames throughout “Crazy=Genius” (sample lyric: “You can set yourself on fire/But you’re never ever gon na burn, burn, burn”); and sauntered through the crowd serenading fans through high-fives and hugs.

While the young crowd was at its wildest for Panic! hits and fan favorites like “All set to Go,” “Hallelujah,” “Nicotine” and Urie’s gleeful, shirtless rendition of 2005 breakthrough “I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” his efficiency of 3 disparate covers stood out and best showed his dynamic adaptability:

Panic At The Disco! ‘Wish The Wicked’ Tour

“I Can’t Make You Love Me” After that trip across the arena flooring, Urie climbed up aboard a mini-stage and sat down at a piano to sing Bonnie Raitt’s 1991 ballad, explaining how his love for the tune comes from how his mother played it to soothe his younger hyperactivity. Urie’s variation is quite and unfortunate, and the performance offered the most Instagrammable– and wonderful– moment of the show when the piano gradually floated above the audience back to the main phase.

“Girls Just Wish To Have A Good Time” Urie’s onstage confidence is at an all-time high, likely due to his Broadway turn in Kinky Boots. As a sort of tribute to Cyndi Lauper, who wrote music and lyrics for that production, he’s covering her candy-pop ’80s struck “Girls Just Wished To Have Fun” and having a great deal of enjoyable while doing it. Naturally, a number of Panic!’s younger fans weren’t familiar with the source material, however the parents in the audience happily bounced along.

“Bohemian Rhapsody” Throughout the night, the audience screamed whenever Urie vocalized an ultra-high note– and had plenty of opportunity to appreciate his range during an effective performance of the Queen classic, total with Wayne’s World-style headbanging. The outrageous operatic track is clearly tough to cover, however Panic! went above and beyond. Consider it a difficulty for the actual Queen, and vocalist Adam Lambert, when they play the nearby Park Theater in September.

Chicago now requires '' panic buttons ' for hotel employees

Wednesday, July 4, 2018|8:25 a.m.

CHICAGO– Employees at Chicago hotels now have “panic buttons” to summon assistance if required.

A regulation that took effect this week needs hotels to provide the buttons. They’re meant to secure housekeeping staff and others who work alone in guest spaces from sexual harassment and other crimes.

A survey of 500 workers carried out by Unite Here Regional 1 found 58 percent reported they’ve experienced a minimum of one occurrence of sexual harassment by visitors. The most typical was visitors answering their door naked.

The buttons trigger a message to the cellular phone of the staff member’s manager, manager and personnels department and provide the worker’s name and area.

Karen Kent is president of Unite Here Local 1. She states it’s “a new day for females operating in Chicago hotels.”

Panic! At the Disco, 50 Cent + G-Unit, Superb With Rome to heading Wine Amplified Oct. 9-10

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Al Powers/PowersImagery. com Panic! At the Nightclub, with frontman Brendon Urie, right, at Boulevard Pool in the

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Friday, Oct. 11, 2013. By Don Chareunsy (contact)Monday, Aug. 31, 2015 |

wine-and-music enthusiasts alike, and, due to its success, we’re remaining to expand to produce an even larger and much better experience for our fans.”Las Vegas rock band Panic! At the Disco and indie band Enthusiasm Pit are set to heading the celebration Friday, Oct. 9. Cold War Children, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness and The Sheepdogs likewise are arranged to carry out Friday. Superb with Rome is a partnership in between Eric Wilson of Sublime and singer-songwriter and artist Rome Ramirez. The band is set to co-headline Saturday, Oct. 10, with Grammy Prize-winning rap artist and star 50 Cent joined by G-Unit, who’ll precede Sublime with Rome. Fitz and The Tantrums, Robert DeLong and The Noms also are scheduled for Saturday. “We’re happy to have Panic! At the Disco, Enthusiasm Pit, Sublime With Rome and 50 Cent showcasing G-Unit headlining this year’s celebration weekend,”added Rock ‘n’ Roll Wine co-founder Sonny Barton. “We have actually striven to assemble a rock-star roster of wines, craft beers and specialty cocktails to complete

what we assure will certainly be an unforgettable two nights of enjoyable. “For additional information, go to WineAmplified.com. Additional artists are expected to be revealed quickly. Don Chareunsy is the Las Vegas Sun’s entertainment and luxury senior editor and has been a journalist for almost twenty years. Robin Leach of”Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous fame”has been a reporter for more than 50 years and has actually invested the previous 15 years giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum play area. Follow Sun Entertainment+Luxury Senior Editor Don Chareunsy on Twitter at Twitter.com/ VDLXEditorDon. Follow Robin Leach on Twitter at Twitter.com/ Robin_Leach. The Strip Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV 89109