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It was wonderful.
I felt as if the heart that was missing in 2010
is back, along with the talent (which he always
had) that has quadrupled.
I'm sad it's over. But so glad with my limited
budget and young kids to tend to, that my
husband and I got to be a part of this
Laura from Chicago, Illinois
Great show as always!
He has always been one of my favorite guys to see in concert.
Mona from Columbus, Ohio
WHAT A TALENT!
I loved every second of the show! John is so talented. He's just brilliant. The whole band sounded great. Great venue also. Best concert I've seen all year.
Devra from Washington, District of Columbia
JOHN MAYER CONCERT
Its the same day-after-feeling one gets when they've seen a great movie or met a wonderful person . . . you wake up on the same note you left with that you don't want to end. Thank you John for sharing your beautiful heart and soul. And to the band for sharing your love of the vibe.
Susan sewald from Denver, Colorado
FREE FALLING INTO JOHN MAYER WONDERLAND
Setlist was nice, length of show was good, nice audience engaement. John Mayer concerts have great backdrops and lighting. He is a 21st century Jimi Hendrix and BB King, and his musicians are top notch, from rock icons Toto, U2, Mary J. Blige, and even Micheal Jackson. What a talent.
from Tampa, Florida
ROCKED IT IN TAMPA
Been a long wait to get to a live concert again and John Mayer was the perfect remedy. He was much more engaging with the audience than last time I saw him and of course his guitar talents are unsurpassed. He ranks right up there with all the guitar greats. I saw a complains about the setlist in a Canadian show, but this one had the songs that the guy complained were missing - Free fallin, Burning Room, Your Body is a Wonderland. I missed Queen of California and Born and Raised, but he more than made up for it with others, new and old and his band itself is worthy of headlining. He did riffs of Paul Simon's You can Call me Al in the middle of In the Blood, and picked up bits ans pieces of other well known songs in some of his other works - all adding to the effect that he was out there enjoying himself and the audience, which loved him back. His set was around 2 hours and i left feeling i got my money's worth, saw a master at his best, and a smile on my face. My son introduced Mayer's music to me years ago and i am forever grateful for that. So good I did sob a coupla times.
Sissy from Nashville, Tennessee
The man is incredibly talented! It was Wonderful. Thought that Clapton was the best guitarist I'd ever seen. I was wrong. Worth every penny spent.
Chris lopez from Fort Worth texas
Excellent!! John Mayer was awesome and talented and the Band rocked it
Jeri Cayton from Houston, Texas
LOVED IT. THE GUY CAN PLAY!!!!!
We sang and danced and was so moved by every song he played. The band was perfectly in tuned with him and show cased his talent for making his guitar sing alongside him. Loved that he played songs from his past that were not always his biggest radio hits but his fans still know and sing every word. Slow dancing in a burning room became my favorite last night.
Jb from Boston, Massachusetts
The band features legendary artists and the set list was superb. Songs I didn’t expect. During Shouldn’t Matter But It Does, many fans lit their phones’ flashlights creating this incredible vibe that even choked John up.I had so much fun with my daughters even up near the ceiling.
Tim from Houston, Texas
NOT HIS BEST SHOW
I have been to about 7 shows over the years. This setlist was lacking especially on the beginning. John Mayer and the band sounded great. His enthusiasm was lacking. Overall good but not the best pf his shows
Rob from Toronto, Ontario
TORONTO SHOW GOOD BUT COULD HAVE BEEN BETTER.
Mayer came out and wowed the audience with his masterful guitar
styling and extended solos but missed the mark on the setlist. He hit
the mark with a great rendition of Robert Johnson's "Crossroads"
however, as a long time fan, I was also hoping for more of the
blockbusters as well. Notable songs missing from this setlist which
were present in Montreal: "Your body is a Wonderland", "Waiting on
the World to Change", "Slow Dancing in a Burning Room" (personal
favorite), and his epic cover of Tom Petty's "Free Fallin' ". Hopefully the
Montreal setlist is played for the remainder of the tour dates and
makes an appearance in Toronto at the end of August when he makes
a return at a very different venue, the outdoors amphitheater
Susie from Los Angeles, California
A BIT DISAPPOINTED
The opening act Yebba, didn't introduce herself nor engage with the audience. Did they even do a sound check for her cause the sound quality sucked big time!!! Each one of her songs sounded like one after another. She is talented but I couldn't really appreciate it cuz she was over singing with her runs on the songs. She seems cold up there and frankly she was suppose to warm up the audience which I felt she didn't. So opening act was a let down, John was late starting his show. Maybe he talked with the audience a bit, his songs were great of course, with the standard guitar solo after the bridge, it because even more predictable as the night went on. He is talented as f%&$, but it felt like he was just going thru the motions of having a concert. Did he even know there there was an audience out there? This is my third concert with him so yeah disappointed cuz after we have been thru with covid this was a big deal to a lot of people lives including myself just to be OUT, but I guess it doesn't matter with some people, or his fans. Am I still a fan? Yes but not sure I will be going to another concert of his.....
Indigo from Atlanta, Georgia
WANTED MORE ROOM FOR SQUARES
Yebba was an amazing opening act! Loved the set design, John sounded and looked fantastic. I just wished there had been a few more of his earlier hits from for his longtime fans.
Justin from Toronto, Ontario
GREAT TALENT BUT WAS MISSING SOMETHING
I went to the concert with my wife and daughters and this is the 4th time I have seen JM in concert and although the talent on stage was undeniable, it just felt that it was missing the heart and soul that I have witnessed before from JM and some of my favorite artists. He has a strong song list to play from and I just didn't feel the playlist showcased his strengths as a guitar player and singer.
Chandra schulze from Boston, Massachusetts
SOUND SYSTEM WAS HORRIFIC - COULDN'T UNDERSTAND ONE WORD HE WAS SAYING
I was so excited to see John Mayer -but very disappointed. He can play the guitar no question but the entire show was really a jam fest & a bit boring.
He did sing some of his classics which was great but you couldn't understand him at all. MUMBLES. The sound system was so bad. Not sure his fault or TD North & maybe could have been fixed during show but wasn't. Best part of the show was leaving the parking garage.
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