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Olga from San Antonio, Texas
JUST HORRIBLE EVERYTHING BOCELLI AND VENUE!!
AT&T Center in San Antonio Texas is inappropriate venue for opera singing. For somebody who comes from Europe is it a slap on the face and money to drain. The venue is very big, bad parking navigation, sits are tiny and passages are narrow. Just imagine people eating popcorn and nachos and drinking beer next to you. As to Bocelli concert, I have never walked out from the half of the concert before. Booooring arias Mr. Bocelli and half of those sang by choir and another opera singer. It is a rip off and money not well earned by you. It is on you and your team. I was hard core fan of yours, I guess "it is time to say goodbye".
Visitors from Thunder Bay Ontario from Tampa, Florida
ARE YOU KIDDING
We expected to see an icon in concert. Instead we saw a performer who left the stage every 10 minutes and had people filling in for him while he was off stage. His European concerts are twice the length and include twice as many songs. I did not pay to see a flute player playing for three songs or to hear the orchestra without Bocelli. This was a Bocelli concert not Bocelli (sometimes)and friends ! I have sometimes brushed my teeth for longer than his first set .
Ann Bourque from Charlotte, NC
I have never looked forward to something as much as I was looking forward to this concert. Two tickets were gifted to us from our daughter for Christmas - and I feel so bad that she spent so much money and it was a complete and total waste! I expected SO MUCH MORE from him! He never addressed the audience - ever - and he did not even sing any of the songs that we know and love. He left the stage every five minutes, and his concert was filled in with cheesy people we did NOT pay to see. I agree with the negative reviews...it was so overhyped, with very little substance. WHY the Sound of Music? Why? Why the distracting dancers and opera "guest star"? And why the horrible lights that were directed at the audience? I cannot believe that such a class act (Bocelli), has succumbed to the level of basically a pop-up concert machine. No feeling, no heart, no graciousness shown to the crowd whatsoever...and MAYBE 2 songs that we actually recognized. What a waste of time and money.
Wales, j from duluth ga
huge disappointment. short concert, he walked off stage nearly every time he finished a song and that was when he did sing. which was NOT enough I bought tickets to hear Bocelli sing not to be annoyed by his flutist, orchestra or the soprano (may need hearing aids now)
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