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Motley Crue and Def Leppard with Poison Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.6 Stars)

Number of reviews: 9



5.0 star rating Jim boling from Orlando, Florida


I am not a sound engineer so the sound was incredible to me. The front men and lady rocked. The light show and sets were outstanding. What a GREAT night of rock and roll. Great venue, great weather

5.0 star rating Matt A. from New York, New York


The concert was great. The sound was very good for a stadium, not sure what people are complaining about in other reviews. It’s an outdoor stadium folks, not an arena venue where the sound and acoustics are much better etc. I thought Joan Jet was terrific, the sound was good and crisp, voice was strong and sounded great. Poison was also very good, but the sound was a bit off mainly because Brett Michael was running all over the place, still they put on a good show. Motley crue was loud and put on a fantastic show. Neil was on point for most of the night and sounded great and the crowd was into it. Def Leppard closed the show and they put on an awesome show , hit after hit and even the new songs were rocking. Joe Elliot sounded great and did not miss a beat. All members of Def Leppard were on point. To me all the bands sounds great gave us a great performance.

4.0 star rating John from Fort Lauderdale


All four acts on the second night of the stadium tour kicked it. Each group was energetic, strong and Vince Neil quelled all the dreaded reviews from Atlanta that his voice was shot and very bad. Sound was great and the evening was a blast.

4.0 star rating Rob from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Like others have noted, the sound mix was off and on... but, mostly off. They should have taken the time between acts to rebalance, but sadly did not. Despite that, the show was great. Joan Jett was what you'd expect: fun, rebellious, and badass. Poison was terrific. Brett Michaels was full of energy and seemed genuinely happy to be home in PA. Def Leppard was great for the most part. However, if there was a downer to the show, the band's decision to include four songs nobody knows and inexplicably leave songs like "Let's Get Rocked" off of their setlist was a letdown. They played wonderfully, and Joe Elliott's singing was tight, but the setlist brought down the overall performance. Now, Motley Crue absolutely crushed as closers. The energy was great as you'd expect. Vince Neil's voice was not as awful as I'd been led to believe it might be, and the rest of the band played loudly and proudly. The Crue was unabashedly themselves and could not have done a better show closing the show.

3.0 star rating Ralph from Miami, Florida


It is just me or somebody else feel the same? Acoustic in the stadium is terrible and audio is really bad specially on the top sides. To make it worst, equalization was terrible , specially for Motley Crue, I cannot talk about Joan Jet be aisé I arrive in the middle of Poison but I think this one is the one I think sounded better, then Def Leppard and last Motley. There were a low freq band very loud that it could produce saturation and feedback very often and very high frequency was very loud as well so drum dishes were saturating everything, middle freq we're so low that barely hear riffs and vocals the right way , is so bad that I can barely detect what song they were playing ! Show lights was good though but really disappointed by the sound , how a descent sound eng cannot notice this? It was my concert of lifetime but so disappointed 😞

3.0 star rating Julio Cabello from Miami, Florida


The concert was great but the sound was terrible,the distortion of the music kills the performance of the bands the lightning and the stage where superb

3.0 star rating Donna from Dallas, Texas


We flew to Miami from Texas to see Motley Crue. I saw them about 10 years ago in Texas and the show was awesome. Joan Jett, Poison and Def Leopard, the sound was okay but when Motley Crue came out, I noticed a terrible reverb sound. I think it was the base on the sound equipment that needed adjustments. It was deafening and you couldn't actually hear the music. Everyone started walking out along with myself. I couldn't believe how many people walked out in the Crue! Hopefully whomever is in charge of the sound equipment does a better job for the remainder of the tour.


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