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Heart Reviews

Classic RockIndie & RockConcerts

Average customer review: 4.5 star rating (4.6 Stars)

Number of reviews: 21



5.0 star rating Lisa Boone from Greenville, South Carolina


Will cherish this concert forever! It was wonderful

5.0 star rating Marty from Savannah, Georgia


Last seen in 1977 the girls are still rocking it. What a tremendous show.

5.0 star rating Lynne from San Antonio, Texas


Awesome . How can she still hi those high notes? Beautiful songs. Nancy on guitar was rocking it. Still icons. Amazing

5.0 star rating Craig Allen from Thackerville, Oklahoma


Great Concert! They Definitely still have it! Only Wish Winstar had affordable rooms for its longtime loyal customer's during these great concerts.

5.0 star rating Scott R from Tulsa, Oklahoma


Heart has been on my bucket list for decades. Was absolutely blown away. How Ann can still sound like she is in her 20’s is beyond me. And Nancy killed it on the guitar, her backing vocals and her tribute to Eddie Van Halen. She is an extremely underrated guitar player. Cheap Trick was awful. Whoever is their sound guy needed another job.

5.0 star rating Anna Adams from Tulsa, Oklahoma


When the shiw opened I thought” Finally , boys step aside and let these women show how you do this right” Ann and Nancy crafted a show that was wonderful in showing how strong and talented they are in playing, singing ,writing. They sound great , look greatand they and their band played their asses happy I got to see them again

5.0 star rating Mike B from Tulsa, Oklahoma


They sound the same as they did in the '80s those ladies can bring it! They played all their hits and a couple of new Tunes as well. Cheap Trick was a little rough around the edges but their Tunes are fun light-hearted and brings back lots of memories.

5.0 star rating Lisa Bannister from Columbus, Ohio


The first concert my sister and I ever attended was a Heart concert in Sacramento when we were 13 and 12 years old. We saw them again last night and they did not disappoint. The musicians were all fantastic and the 2024 band is better than the original lineup from the 70's. We decided that Heart would be our first and last concert seen together, there's nothing that could top what we saw last night.

5.0 star rating Amy from Columbus, Ohio


Heart put on an amazing show. Ann can still belt out those high notes. It's as if her voice hasn't aged at all. She's still one of the best vocalists in music. Nancy is still showing her skills on guitar especially the acoustic set. Cheap trick was ok. They sang all their hits and then also had members of the band perform. I've seen Cheap Trick 3 times and this was probably the most disappointing performance.

5.0 star rating Ted from Louisville, Kentucky


Still on Their game. Best show ever.

5.0 star rating Judy from Louisville, Kentucky


The girls still have it, I will cherish this concert forever. I wasn't able to see them when I was younger. But I am so impressed Nancy still rocks that guitar and Ann's voice is still amazing. Thank you for a wonderful time and going back into some memories with the songs.

5.0 star rating Doug from Louisville, Kentucky


Unbelievable concert and will live with me forever! Grew up listening to Heart and still do! ALL the time! My daughters now listen! The Wilsons defy time and haven’t missed a beat! Thank you for sharing your story, love, pain, and allowing us to do life with you through your music! ❤️

5.0 star rating Joseph Jones from Chicago, Illinois


From start 2 finish real music was played & not auto tune. Ann & Nancy came & conquered. The show was outstanding but nsted of Cheap Trick, it should have been BTO. Otherwise it was fabulous .

5.0 star rating Diane, Glenolden, PA from Atlantic City, New Jersey


The Wilson sisters can still rock it! Nobody was with them so they played the whole time. Saw them at the Tower in Upper Darby PA in 2012 and Ann's voice still goes right through me still "chills me to the bone". NEVER disappointing still STRAIGHT ON for me!

4.0 star rating Jerry Crane from Greenville, South Carolina


Heart was terrific. The acoustic portion was outstanding with Ann show casing her skill as a singer and Nancy her guitar skills. I would rate their performance 5 stars. Cheap Trick was at best disappointing.

4.0 star rating Denise from Cape Canaveral, FL


I thought Heart was wonderful. Ann and Nancy were tight. Cheap trick, not so much. The sound at Amalie was awful, it sounded as if I was listening to a bad transistor radio back in the 70's.

4.0 star rating DJM from Tulsa, Oklahoma


Maybe it’s the new band, I’m not sure, but they weren’t as tight as they usually are. There were a couple slip ups. Little Queen sounded out of tune at first. Nancy was having problems w her guitar. I think she was getting frustrated. All this aside, it’s really what live music is about. It’s organic. These are true blue talented veterans. They never disappoint even after 50 years. Some of the highlights for me- the drummer did an amazing intro to Mistral Wind. My body is still vibrating from it. They played mostly their own stuff, but got creative. Straight On turned into Bowie’s Let’s Dance, and it worked. They put Alone and What About Love brilliantly together, and they did 2 Zep tunes (Going To California and The Ocean). All in all a great show. I’ve seen them 9 or 10 times and my favorite show is still the one from their Heartbreaker tour. They were smoking. I’ll always go see them anywhere I am. I’ve been doing it since the 70’s.

4.0 star rating Nick P from Chicago, Illinois


Not sure why these two iconic bands couldn't team up to share one sound system. Cheap Trick's acoustics were your typical opening band mess. When they were talking between songs, you could barely make out what they were saying. And their music, which I love, sounded just awful. Then Heart comes on and everything sounds great - as close to crystal clear as you're going to get at the Rosemont Horizon (or whatever they're calling it these days). Heart put on a great show, but I couldn't help thinking Cheap Trick might have blown them out of the water if their sound system was better.

4.0 star rating Rainey from Detroit, Michigan


At 70 and 73 they’ve still got it! What a fabulous concert! Terrific band. I felt 25 again! Hats off to the arena, security, workers. Parking was easy, convenient. We’ll be back! Great location!

4.0 star rating Priscilla from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


I loved listening to Heart. Hit after hit. Beautiful harmonies. Dog and Butterfly, gorgeous. Fantastic musicians. I was very frustrated that the sound system wasn’t good. The sound system was horrendous for Cheap Trick and I was hoping it would be better for Heart. It was a bit better, but still bad. I still loved seeing Heart. 💕💕 I was up in high seats, but that was true for The Eagles and Bocelli, and the sound was wonderful. Still love, love, love Heart!! Amazing.

3.0 star rating Doug from Detroit, Michigan


Although I've seen HEART a total now of 12 times since 1990, I'm always compelled to see them "one more time". - Ann & Nancy are clearly not the "super" duo of 30 (& more) yrs ago, but just as evident, and amazing enuff, is that they STILL have quite a bit of gas left in their to speak. They undoubtedly still have talent and artistry to offer. We enjoyed the show and were definately not disappointed. It was a bit disheartening (pardon the pun( that the arena was only but 1/3 filled to capacity (and I'm pretty sure I'm being generous) - The I onic Wilson Sisters deserved better. Especially considering iconic rockers "Cheap Trick" in support? What's not to love? In having said all this, as a result of the facility only at 30% capacity, many of the food and beverage stations were closed. We had accessible seats on level 3, and found only two places (one on the East side of the arena, and one on the West) to make a purchase, and were then limited to water and peanuts!! Unacceptable in my humble opinion. My ticket price wasn't slashed as a result of the omission of available amenities. Also, the AC blowing down into and onto our accessible seating area made the temperature so chilly that we contemplated leaving. I'd also recommend sum sound changes for the upper half of the arena. My last 3 shows here, the sound was muffled and the vocals difficult to hear. Thanks for listening. D


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