Brendon Urie Is Planning The Next Panic! Tour And He Might Get Fans ON STAGE With Him

25 January 2018, 10:59 | Updated: 25 January 2018, 15:37

Brendon Urie, Noah Schnapp
Brendon Urie, Noah Schnapp. Picture: Mike Coppola/Getty Images

By James Wilson-Taylor

The frontman is hard at work on the band's sixth studio album and is already planning out the live shows to go with it.

Brendon Urie has revealed some of his early plans for the upcoming Panic! At The Disco tour - and you could be going on stage with him!

Brendon is hard at work in his home studio on his upcoming new album but keeps making sure to check in with fans via his popular Instagram live chats, talking in his most recent session (January 20th) about the prospect of new shows:

"I wrote some stuff out for tour today. Wrote some plans. Made a couple mood boards. Edited some videos together just to set a vibe of stuff. Yeah, I'm working. I've been thinking about it the past few days. Tour, mostly".

Sounds promising.

But, most exciting of all, was Brendon's grand plan involving the fans and (possibly) getting them up onstage in the middle of the show:

"Maybe that would be a cool idea - each show we bring out one fan and they can, like, walk backstage as I do the walk around (or whatever the new thing's gonna be next tour, I don't really have a plan yet). But whatever the new thing is, you can walk and then watch it from backstage. Then watch when I come back and change clothes. We do some hi-fives, I jump back on and finish the set. It might be kinda cool. I dunno, that's actually kind of a cool idea, I don't hate that. It's kinda fun".

Please, please, PLEASE let this one happen!

Brendon wouldn't be the first artist to make their fans a bigger part of the show: Fall Out Boy used their recent US arena MANIA tour to bring fans who had done charity work in their local area on stage while Paramore have traditionally got someone from the crowd to come up and sing the bridge of classic single 'Misery Business'.

Check out Brendon talking about his possible tour plans in the video below: