In 2016, two die hard Panic at the Disco fans named Eva and Briar started the rainbow hearts project by cutting out thousands of rainbow paper hearts to be held up during the band’s song “Girls/Girls/Boys” at the Mansfield, Massachusetts show. Fans can hold the colorful hearts in front of their phone’s flashlight to illuminate the colors and make a bright display in the crowd. The hearts were handed out with the idea of spreading love and acceptance and unite the Panic! fandom to celebrate everyone’s mutual love of music as well as everyone’s diversity in sexuality, race, religion, background, etc. Now, Eva and Briar organize the hearts to be at every show with the help of the volunteers, including international tour dates. Head here to see the show of solidarity in action.