Panik may refer to:
- Panik, one quarter of the production group Molemen.
- Panik (band)
- Panik, Armenia
- Panik (film), a 1928 German film directed by and starring Harry Piel
- Richard Pánik, Slovak ice hockey player
Panik was a German rock band consisting of two members from Neumünster that was established in Hamburg in 2007 under the name Nevada Tan. Nevada Tan consisted of six members: David Bonk (guitar, vocals), Timo "T:Mo" Sonnenschein (rap/vocals), Christian Linke (bass guitar), Frank "Franky" Ziegler (vocals), Jan Werner (DJ), and Juri Schewe (drums). In 2008, after a break with management, Panik was created consisting of David Bonk, Timo Sonnenschein, Christian Linke, Frank "Franky" Ziegler, Jan Werner, and Juri Schewe. As of November 2009, this band was dissolved to create a two-member band also called Panik. Members David Bonk and Timo Sonnenschein, as well as former members Jan Werner and Max Böhlen (drums), also made music from 2002-2007 in another band called Pan!k.
On January 20, 2008, Nevada Tan announced that they had officially changed their name from Nevada Tan to Panik because of difficulties with their management, resulting in their switch from Universal Records to Vertigo Records.
On April 24, 2010, the band played a final concert in Paris, France. Former members Frank, Jan, and Juri were present. Linke was noticeably absent, a replacement bassist, Tim from Destination Anywhere, playing his part. There are no plans to reunite the band in the near future.