The band kicked off the show by launching into four songs from three different albums before Urie even spoke to the crowd, purring, "Hello, my beautiful Valentines. How many people came here single without a Valentine?" After all the shrieks from ladies erupted throughout the room, he naughtily continued, "This is going to be good."
The Nevada-born Urie and the band brought the glitz, giving the set a Las Vegas feel with six flashy video screens (including one on the front of a piano), plus smoke that shot up from the stage. The Panic! at the Disco frontman wore a sparkly gold jacket and leather pants as brightly colored lights splayed across the stage.
It was one of the cooler setups this rock venue sees, as there was always something to watch onstage, whether it be smoke or vintage film showing on the screens.