Panic! At the Disco's ride to the top has been long and unusual. They started out riding the same emo tidalwave as Fall Out Boy, The Academy Is..., Yellowcard and Jimmy Eat World, but have taken their unique sound, blending melody-driven rock with dance, to higher places. In January 2016, their album "Death of a Bachelor" debuted atop the Billboard album chart. Recently, frontman Brendon Urie starred as Charlie Price in the critically acclaimed, TONY Award winning Broadway hit "Kinky Boots." A R I Z O N A and Hayley Kiyoko support.
In honor of the band's 30th anniversary, Smashing Pumpkins is setting out on tour. The Grammy Award-winning rock group will feature three of four original members, Billy Corgan, Jimmy Chamberlin and James Iha, in their first tour since 2000. The set list includes songs from their first five albums: Gish (1991), Siamese Dream (1993), Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (1995), Adore (1998) and Machina (2000).
Oxford, England's Radiohead released their debut album "Pablo Honey" in 1993, and had their first hit with the single "Creep." Six more critically acclaimed albums followed, including 1997's "OK Computer," which helped put the band at the top of the charts. In 2007, the band sent shockwaves through the music industry with the digital name-your-own-price release of "In Rainbows." The album went on to win a Grammy for "Best Alternative Music Album." The group's most recent album is "The King of Limbs."
Elton John has been a perennial favorite on the pop music scene for over five decades. From his outlandish outfits and onstage antics to his extensive catalog of hits, including 'Benny and the Jets' to 'Candle in the Wind,' there is something for everyone. He's currently touring to support his newest studio album, 'The Diving Board.'
No stranger to television, Chicago native Sebastian Maniscalco catapulted into the national spotlight with a 20-city tour for his one-hour Comedy Central DVD Special 'Sebastian Live!' On 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,' Sebastian appeared as the unforgettable style correspondent providing hilarious grooming advice to unsuspecting airline passengers and churchgoers.
Drake has been in the public eye half his life. The Toronto-born platinum rapper/singer/producer/actor launched his career at 15 by playing Jimmy Brooks on the TV series "DeGrassi: The Next Generation."
Childish Gambino, AKA Donald Glover, is an actor, writer, comedian and rapper best known for his work in the sketch group Derrick Comedy and currently as one of the stars on the NBC series 'Community.' His last live music production, "Pharos" was a success in 2016.
Peter Hernandez, better known by his stage name Bruno Mars, is a singer-songwriter and music producer. He co-wrote and lent his vocals for such hits as B.o.B.'s "Nothing On You" and Travie McCoy's "Billionaire" and his songwriting prowess was further evidenced by the popularity of other hits like Cee-Lo Green's foul-mouthed but hook-laden "F**k You." Now, he's a bonafide (and Grammy-winning) star himself, with two hit albums and over 50 million singles sold worldwide, including such hits as "Grenade," "Just the Way You Are," "Locked Out of Heaven" and more. The 24K Magic World Tour marks Mars' first full-length tour since 2013's hugely successful Moonshine Jungle World Tour, an international blockbuster that sold 2 million tickets worldwide across 155 sold-out dates.