PANIC! AT THE DISCO Create Magic With HAYLEY KIYOKO & MAX FROST At American Airlines Center in Dallas

MAX FROST photo by Josh Davis.
MAX FROST performing live at American Airlines Center in Dallas on Saturday, August 4, 2018. Photo by Josh Davis.

MAX FROST is an up and coming star, he recently performed his hit single “Good Morning” and premiered his next single “11 Days” on ABC’s Good Morning America. MAX FROST’s debut album, Gold Rush, is set to drop on October 5th via Atlantic Records. MAX FROST is basically a one man band. FROST came out and played a few seconds of each instrument then performed as they played on a loop. During his set he bounced between instruments while singing playing one song from the drums and another while playing guitar. FROST gave fans at American Airlines Center a very interesting performance. MAX FROST has an irresistible charisma and a strong stage presence.

HAYLEY KIYOKO performing live at American Airlines Center in Dallas on Saturday, August 4, 2018. Photo by Josh Davis.

Music can often be more than just an escape. It can be paradise. That’s precisely what it is for singer and songwriter HAYLEY KIYOKO. Her debut major label studio album Expectations dropped on March 30, 2018 via Atlantic Records. However, music is not KIYOKO’s only talent. Beginning dance lessons as a child, KIYOKO’s interest in entertaining led to her working as a child model and actress. She has appeared in a variety of films including the Scooby-Doo! film series, Lemonade Mouth, Blue Lagoon: The Awakening, Jem and the Holograms, and XOXO. Alongside her film roles, she also held a recurring role in ABC Family’s The Fosters, CW’s The Vampire Diaries and a lead role on CBS’s CSI: Cyber. Outside of the musical world, HAYLEY KIYOKO remains an in-demand actress.  However, her musical journey has only just begun. HAYLEY KIYOKO hit the American Airlines Center stage with some amazing energy. Fans could feel that she is genuinely happy performing in front of them. KIYOKO impressed the adoring fans showing off her amazing dance moves while singing flawlessly. There wasn’t a dull moment during her performance.

PANIC! AT THE DISCO performing live at American Airlines Center in Dallas on Saturday, August 4, 2018. Photo by Josh Davis.

If the show wasn’t sold-out it was impossible to tell.  A white 100 flashed on the screen that garnered a reaction so loud you would have mistakenly thought PANIC! AT THE DISCO had taken the stage. panic-at-the-disco-create-magic-with-hayley-kiyoko-max-frost-at-american-airlines-center-in-dallas By the time the countdown reached the final 10, no one was sitting, everyone was ready to explode, primed by the most masterful entertainment foreplay possible. At zero a six-piece orchestra rose from the stage, threes strings on one side, three brass on the opposite. Drummer Dan Pawlovich rose from the back center of the stage, seated at his kit and ready to play. Lead guitarist Kenneth Harris accompanied by bassist Nicole Row walked out and took their places in the still darkness. And when the crowd could take no more waiting, lead singer Brendon Urie popped from the stage, landed on his feet and didn’t stop moving for two hours. Urie was and is an excellent showman. He has the kind of big personality you couldn’t imagine on a small stage — it needs an arena to breathe accordingly without being restricted. From when he went into the crowd to shake hands as he sang, to when he played on a piano suspended over the arena as a crane carried it back to the stage, Urie set out to create magic that night. This was one amazing show. For any Panic fan, from new to old, would have enjoyed every bit of it.