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Bonnie Raitt Reviews

Jazz & BluesConcerts

Average customer review: 5.0 star rating (4.8 Stars)

Number of reviews: 18



5.0 star rating Donna Johnson from Winnipeg, Manitoba


There was a lot of loving at Bonnie’s concert last night at the Burton Cummings theatre… us (mostly) boomers loved her and she loved us. What a voice! What a musician! What a band! Why have we not seen her in concert before? The Burt was a perfect venue, almost intimate feel for a crowd of 1500. Royal Wood was a great surprise as opening act. All in all, Bonnie gave us something to talk about !!!👏

4.0 star rating Cindy Morales from Kansas City, Missouri


Great show but the threat she will walk off stage if she sees anybody smoking was little excessive. Maybe the venue should have posted that on tickets . posted no phone or pictures or videos but nothing about smoking. Goid way to piss off folks. I'll check from now on

4.0 star rating Tom from Chicago, Illinois


This was the third time I've seen Bonnie and she was outstanding, as always. I was heartened to see the broad, positive response to Angel from Montgomery, and she appreciated it. At the outset she introduced "some new members of the band" and it felt to me like they were not together. The lead guitar was very adequate, but Bonnie blew him away. The keyboard player seemed to get lost at times and a couple of his solos amounted to 10 fingers pounding on random keys. A great show, I would always recommend it!

3.0 star rating Rebecca from Washington, District of Columbia


My college age daughter and I went to see Bonnie Raitt on Friday night at Wolf Trap. My favorite interaction between the audience and performers was when an ear deafening cheer when out after Lucinda Williams told the crowd she'd experienced a stroke last year. Amazing and hopeful after 2 years of pandemic-isolation. What was not fun was being told to go back to the lawn while dancing (very discreetly) with my daughter far to the right side of the venue. Apparently Wolf Trap has designated a 16 inch strip of sidewalk (no kidding there is a line drawn on the pavement) for large crowd on the lawn to dance when the music moves them! Wow. I remember great dancing at wolf trap. What we need to heal after the pandemic is art, performance and interaction. Wolf trap rules, or perhaps just one out of control volunteer in a cowboy hat, it working against it. We left with a really lousy feeling after a fabulous performance by Bonnie and Lucinda. tickets should say, no dancing for transparency.


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