The Death of a Bachelor tour might just be the coolest Panic! At The Disco tour yet. In one tour, Panic have covered the legendary Billy Joel, performed with Will (Noah Schnapp) from Stranger Things and now frontman Brendon Urie has had the raddest birthday celebration we've ever seen.
Check out which Stranger Things star attended the show in Duluth, GA and sing along with everyone singing Happy Birthday to Brendon below!
Urie is bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase “thirty, flirty and thriving” as it was announced on April 11 that the Panic! frontman would be heading to Broadway to portay Charlie Price in Kinky Boots.
“I’m very excited to announce that I’m joining the cast of Kinky Boots this summer on Broadway. That’s crazy to say because it’s been on my bucket list for the longest time, and it really is a dream come true,” Urie says.
“Plus you guys get to see me in those heels now, so that’s pretty cool. I really hope you guys make it out.”
So what better way to celebrate your 30th birthday and knocking something off your bucket list than getting to hang out with another Stranger Things star.
Shannon Purser, who plays Barb on Stranger Things, announced on Twitter that she'd be attending the show along with wishing Urie some birthday wishes.
— Shannon Purser (@shannonpurser) April 12, 2017
Check out this photo of the duo hanging out backstage.
— Panic! At The Disco (@PanicAtTheDisco) April 13, 2017
That wasn't the only surprise Urie was going to get on his birthday. During the show, the entire crew and crowd sung Happy Birthday to Urie along with letting him blow out the candles on his birthday cake.
The cake was created by The Crafty Cakery. Owner Kristen George provided AP with these photos:
If you haven't seen Panic! At The Disco on the Death of a Bachelor tour yet, you don't have much time left. Check out the remaining dates below!
4/14/17 – Orlando, FL @ Amway Center
4/15/17 – Sunrise, FL @ BB&T Center*
*Panic! At The Disco and MisterWives Only
Watch more: APTV: The Making of Brendon Urie – Panic! At The Disco Interview