As scheduled, Brendon Urie and the rest of the Disco took part in the SXSW activities earlier this week, but not in the way you might imagine. You'd think that P!ATD would perform at some packed club in downtown Austin, but instead they took up residency at a rodeo.

Yes, a rodeo.

The band were reportedly rolled out on a tractor directly following an afternoon of bull riding and other cowboy-related activities, jumping right into a set full of Panic! classics. Alongside their hits, they also covered both AC/DC and Journey. Check out a fan-shot video of the covers below and let us know what you think! (For some reason the thumbnail makes it look as though the video is unavailable, but just click play and you'll be good to go.)

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In our Most Anticipated Music Of 2015 issue, Urie claimed fans can expect a summer release for what will be Panic!'s fifth full-length album. It will follow 2013's Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!, which was released on Fueled By Ramen.