Panic! At The Disco has brought their Pray For The Wicked tour down under and are busy playing in Australia and New Zealand. During a show Tuesday night (October 9) in Adelaide, Australia, the band made one fan's dreams come true.
A young man named Eric Zulic in the front row was holding up a sign that read "Can I Please Drum For Sins?" The percussionist even brought his own pair of drum sticks. Singer Brendon Urie spotted the ambitious fan in the crowd and pulled him onstage to play through a chorus of their seminal hit "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," and he totally nailed it.
"I hate to say it, but Dan you're out," Brendon joked to his touring drummer Dan Pawlovich after Eric's shockingly solid performance. "Dude, that was so badass," the frontman gushed. "Another round of applause."
Both P!ATD and Eric documented the experience on social media, and some of the young drummer's friends caught the whole thing on video. Check out the posts below.
Making some dreams happen in Adelaide 🥁 pic.twitter.com/mZmWPjJFhN— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) October 9, 2018
i’m dreaming right????— Eric! Zulic |-/ (@EricZulic) October 9, 2018
thank you so much @ZackCloudHall @brendonurie @PanicAtTheDisco and @JakeChams
you all literally made my dreams come true and my phone blow up with notifications!
i’ll miss you a lot!! please don’t forget me!! pic.twitter.com/yN4IyFbMdu
One of my best friends @EricZulic, and by far the most talented, made it on to the Panic! stage tonight.— @aleeshastone on ig (@aleesha__stone) October 9, 2018
I’m beyond proud & thank you so much to @ZackCloudHall @PanicAtTheDisco @brendonurie for making this happen. He deserves it ♥️♥️ pic.twitter.com/8MfSHRRWBD
After hitting Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines and Japan, P!ATD embark on the second leg of their North American tour early next year. Check out a full list of tour date and get ticket info here.
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