Who: Neon Trees and Panic at the Disco
When: Friday, October 24, 2014
Where: Downtown Las Vegas, Fremont Street
Accompanied by: Juls & Gabs
The drive to sin city was filled with silliness and fun. Lots of singing along to bad 80s music and a few pit stops along the way, but we made it there without any major traffic issues or hold ups. The Four Queens was perfectly located in the middle of Fremont Street, within minutes walking distance of where we would be spending the next three days and nights.
Certainly, there was a lot going on even on this first day/night. We decided that we would relax a bit, eventually go out and grab a bit, a few cocktails and then make our way to the main stage to catch 2 of the acts that were on our list to see.
We were not all that familiar with Neon Trees, but since they were the act before Panic!, we decided to get situated and check them out. And by the end of their set, we were glad we did! Absolutely fabulous with the perfect amount of glam energy needed to start our weekend off right.
|Neon Trees @ Life is Beautiful Festival, Las Vegas Night #1|
Then came time for Panic! Who just freakin' killed it. Brendon Urie exudes deliciousness that cannot be denied. And when they broke out into Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, it proved that he has the pipes that even Freddie Mercury would approve of. This is one of those bands that I will definitely see again if and when the opportunity arises.
|Panic! at the Disco @ Life is Beautiful Fesitval, Las Vegas Night #1|
Panic! at the Disco Setlist: Vegas Lights, Time to Dance, The Ballad of Mona Lisa, The Only Difference Between Martyrdon and Suicide is Press Coverage, Let's Kill Tonight, Girls/Girls/Boys, Ready to Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind), Nicotine, New Perspective, Casual Affair, Miss Jackson, Nine in the Afternoon, Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen cover), Lying is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off, Collar Full, Nearly Witches (Ever Since We Met...), This is Gospel, Positive Hardcore (Good Clean Fun cover), I Write Sins Not Tragedies