'Tis the season to dance your butt off, and that’s exactly the crowd did at this year’s Pandora Party in New York City on Thursday night (Dec. 10). Fans packed into the beautiful venue at Pier 36 in Manhattan, where they partied with headlining acts Panic at the Disco and Fall Out Boy.

Fall Out Boy kicked off their set with the one that started it all: “Sugar We’re Goin Down.”  The energy soared from there, as they cranked out other favorites, including “A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More ‘Touch Me,’” “Dance Dance” and “This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race," and Tte dancing only elevated as the group unleashed their cover of Michael Jackson’s “Beat It.”

With nearly 15 years of music under their belt, Fall Out Boy released their sixth studio album earlier this year titled American Beauty/American Psycho. Fans also heard brand new tracks from the album including “Irresistible,” “Uma Thurman” and “Immortals." And, to top it all off, the troupe brought the night to a close with “Centuries.” New Yorkers will get another taste of FOB this winter, as the boys are coming back in February to play Madison Square Garden.

Panic at the Disco took the stage beforehand for a lively set, including brand new tracks “Hallelujah,” “LA Devotee” and “Victorious” from their forthcoming album Death of a Bachelor due out in January. Highlights included an incredible rendition Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which left fans singing at the top of their lungs. With or without a hoarse voice, everyone unleashed their inner dancing queen during “I Write Sins Not Tragedies" — a fan favorite for a decade.

DJ trio Cash Cash spun tunes to keep the crowd moving between sets, and G-Eazy kicked off the night as the first performer with special guest Bebe Rexha.

Check out our gallery above of Fall Out Boy, Panic at the Disco and Cash Cash performing this year’s Pandora Holiday bash in NYC.