Serviced apartments in Manchester for Panic at the Disco
Serviced apartments are still available in Manchester for Panic at the Disco in January next year. The Panic boys will be playing the Manchester Apollo next month, and serviced apartments are still available for any fans travelling to see the group perform. Here at Serviced City Pads we have a wide range of serviced apartments available that can be seen on our website.
Panic at the Disco will be performing at the Manchester Apollo on the 27th January and serviced apartments are available for that night. The band will be returning to the UK to promote their third studio album, “Vices & Virtues”. Panic! at the Disco formed in Las Vegas and made their first demos whilst the four members were still in high school. Their first album, 2005’s “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out”, was a huge commercial success both in the US and the UK. The band arrived at the perfect time to take their place as part of the so called “emo” movement along with bands like Fall Out Boy and My Chemical Romance. The group had a massive hit with the single “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies” which charted highly everywhere and won the band Video of the Year at the 2006 MTV VMA Awards. Buoyed by the success of the single, the band embarked on a massive tour that took in arenas all over the US and Europe. The band was not always ecstatically received; when performing at the Reading festival, the band were bottled by the crowd. Despite receiving a bottle to the face, lead singer Brendon Urie managed to carry on and the band completed their set. The band released their second studio album “Pretty.Odd.” By this point, the band had ditched the exclamation mark from their name, a move that was both shocking and controversial and shook not just the modern music scene, but indeed the whole of Western civilisation to its very core. The “Pretty.Odd.” album was generally received very well by critics, but it failed to match the commercial success of their debut. There were also trying times for the band as guitarist Ryan Ross left the band and bassist Jon Walker also, appropriately, walked. Panic at the Disco, now a duo, will be performing for their adoring fans at the Manchester Apollo next January. If you have tickets to see the band, it should be an entertaining evening, and a chance to see their new material live.
If you will be travelling to Manchester to see Panic at the Disco, have you considered serviced apartments for accommodation for your visit? Serviced apartments are becoming more and more popular with people travelling around the UK as they can offer more space and comfort than a traditional hotel room. To see the kind of serviced apartments available in Manchester, just visit the Manchester city page on the Serviced City Pads website – you can do so by clicking here.
If you would like to find out more about serviced apartments in Manchester, contact us here at Serviced City Pads. You can call us on 0844 335 8866 to speak to our reservations team, or you can submit your enquiry through our website.