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Mykull Ray from Dallas, Texas
A GREAT NIGHT OUT
Todrick put on an excellent show for us. I and several friends went to the concert and we all enjoyed the experience. While totally appreciative of the love he was showing to some of his staffers by having them come up and sing songs, the audio volume was set a notch past distortion so there were a few moments that took away from the performance being simply too loud and distorting the quality. That is clearly a venue issue more than a Todrick issue. Other wise a great fun experience. Just seeing the people in attendance was a show in its own right. I've been to several shows now and it always is a fun experience full of encouragement and empowerment. The vibe was hype. The stage set was cool. The " You aint xxxt" Musical was crazy fun. Being an performing artist myself I can admire and appreciate the hard work that went into producing the show, definitely worth the price of admission.
Raymond from Kingston, Washington
TODRICK HALL MOORE THEATER CONCERT
This view is coming from a gay couple aged 59 and 65 just celebrating our 25th anniversary. We are both very glad we saw Todrick and it was our first time. Been a YouTube fan for about 5 years. Before the show, we saw a woman selling earplugs for a dollar. We chuckled a bit because it was quite ironic to see at a concert. Well, that was the loudest concert we ever saw. And I'm a product of 70s hardrock concerts when noise was not a problem. But maybe it was the venue itself that distorted it. It made the experience all night a little disappointing but we stayed and still enjoyed. The number "Wig" was a small let down in only that the dancers were not wearing wigs, of all things. And too bad one couldn't have had on the half dozen wings to pull them off at the right time and on beat. The "Ain't no sh*t" number was the best. Now that was very clever and super entertaining. Truly tongue in cheek fun.
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