Panic! Fans of The Disco yell “Fire!” as fire erupts

Panic! At The Disco lived up to its name on Wednesday night when a fire broke out on stage during a tour stop in Minnesota — with fans only feet away.

Fan shot videos posted to Twitter showed a fire erupting in the corner of the stage at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center while music blared from the sound system.

It appears a staff member put out the flames while Brendon Urie’s band continued playing.

A video posted to YouTube shows Urie, 35, dancing with the flames in the background, seemingly unaware of the chaos as fans start yelling “Fire!”

“It’s not panic at the disco concert unless the pyro machine catches fire,” said one fan tweetedclaimed a pyrotechnic machine on stage started the fire.

“Panic at the disco was amazing omg the stage was literally on fire,” another user joked.

Panic at the disco concert
Videos posted by fans on Twitter showed a small fire in the corner of the stage.

“Panic! There was a fire in the disco bro,” another fan said joked.

Meanwhile a mom calmed down: “My son and daughter were both there. My son is an engineer who did his masterpiece about crowd safety so you can bet he was prepared. Both came out fine. They said the band was well prepared with fire extinguishers.”

The Post has reached out to the band’s reps at Atlantic Records for comment.

Panic! performing at the disco
Brendon Urie from Panic! at the Disco performs during their “Viva Las Vengeance” tour.
Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images for MTV/Paramount Global

Panic! At The Disco are currently on their “Viva Las Vengeance” tour of the US and Canada.

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