The frontman opened the number by scaling the side of the Bilbao Exhibition Centre in a pre-recorded segment. He then entered the venue from the ceiling, completing the track with a high energy performance from the ground.
This isn’t the first time Urie performed the horn-heavy track from middair. During the band’s appearance at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 20, Urie flew above the Radio City Music Hall audience, supported by a platform invisible to home viewers.
“High Hopes” is the second track released as a single from Panic!’s 2018 album, Pray For the Wicked. It currently sits at its peak position of No. 21 on Billboard‘s Hot 100 after twelve weeks on the chart.