June 16, 2016


Panic! at the Disco Release T-Shirt to Benefit Orlando Victims

Earlier this week Panic! at the Disco announced a blood drive organized prior to their Tuesday gig at Miami's Bayfront Park Amphitheater. The band is urged attendees to show up between 3-7 p.m. prior to the performance to benefit the victims of Saturday night/Sunday morning's mass shooting at Orlando LGBT club Pulse.

Apparently the event was a success and inspired Brendon Urie and crew to go above and beyond. Today they've announced a limited edition T-shirt to benefit the victims of the tragedy, you can check it out above.

The rainbow text acts as an homage to this song "Girls/Girls/Boys," and according to Alternative Press, is a reprint of an earlier merch design. You can purchase the top here, or pick it up at their upcoming Tampa, Charleston or Charlotte shows.

So what are you waiting for? Go get it! Then take our ultimate Panic! at the Disco fan quiz. When you're done, watch an original Fuse interview with Urie where he talks about collaborating with Halsey, below.