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Motley Crue and Def Leppard with Poison Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.7 Stars)

Number of reviews: 88



2.0 star rating Patrick from Chicago, Illinois


I have seen all these bands many times and while they are a few years older the quality of the sound was horrible at Wrigley. Poison my favorite of the 3 main bands sounded terrible as did Motley. With the exception of a few ballads most of the lyrics could not be heard Def Lep soundeda little better as so much of their sound is based on synthesizers, but still marginal quality. After waiting 2 years for this I must say it was rather disappointing.

2.0 star rating Alexis from Denver, Colorado


First time seeing 3 of the 4 bands. I have been a long time Def Leppard fan so this was the band I wanted to see the most. I missed Joan Jett but have seen her previously, always rocks!! Not a huge Poison fan but they were good and sounded good. Def Leppard ROCKED!! Their energy was good and they sounded great!! I would see them again and again for sure! Now for Motley Crue. In a word, Horrible! The sound was off, too loud, could not hear Vince at all or understand the lyrics and do not even get me started on the girls that were pole dancing on stage. Not to mention Nikki asking to see boobs. Come on guys, you are in your 70's the glory days of the 80's and 90's are long gone, grow up. VERY disappointed and needless to say I am one and done for Motley Cure. They need to hang up their leather pants and bandanas and retire.

2.0 star rating Jean M from Boston, Massachusetts


Sooooo after two years I was wondering if Motley crew would still be alive well, barely. Joan Jett sounded awesome and kicked ass! Poison tried but still tired. Def Leppard Should have been the headliner they definitely would’ve sounded better if the music and audios were in sync. Motley Crue was just there for the paycheck no effort - The name fits totally disappointing. Joan jet rocked!!

2.0 star rating J Tal from Houston, Texas


After waiting 3 years and all pumped up to Rock & Roll, we were HIGHLY disappointed in the sound system. We couldn't understand a word they were singing (glad we knew most of the lyrics). With the roof closed, the sound just echoed off. We left half way thru Motley Crue with horrific headaches from the NOISE! It was the worst concert ever! I wish they would've played in the Woodlands! It would've been great there! Will never attend another concert at this venue!

2.0 star rating Magic Mike from Phoenix, AZ


Never been to a concert at this venue, so no other concerts to compare at this place. For appearance, light show, video, etc. All the acts were great. The sound was completely horrible! Joan Jett had the best sound (probably because they weren't as loud. Poison sound was bouncing off the walls. You could barely hear Brett Michaels, however, the back up vocals were clear. The Crue sounded horrible! I think they simply play to loud. Nikki's bass sounded like noise. Def Leppard's sound was much better, but just average. The sound guy get's an F for the night for not picking this up. It wasn't like I had bad seats. I was in the second section and only 10 rows up.

2.0 star rating John Keiffer from Phoenix, Arizona


First my seats were the first seating section behind mixing board row 6. Motley crew was horrible. First what happen to the lifts, fire, explosions and Tommy's rollercoaster drum set. If I knew those things weren't going to be there I would have never gone. The sound mix was awfull but all the other bands it was perfect. The bass drum just wrecked it that's were the mix problem was. you could nearly hear Vince Neil I guess that was to cover up his mistakes, at one point you could see him lip syncing. Motley crew just didn't seem that into, they seemed like the guy that had to go to work but didn't want to. Where more credit is deserved was the 3 girls that did dancing/back round vocals. They were fantastic and gorgeous. Def Leppard stole show their sound was great and lead singer did great job. Poison was awesome sound was perfect Brett Michaels did great job getting crowd going. Joan Jett great voice perfect sound but her band didn't seem like that good of musicians. Venue hot with ro

2.0 star rating Omar from San Antonio, Texas


Sound sucked. All bass and drums especially Def and Motley. Joan was good but Poison was the best. At least Brett is grateful for us fans. Def was boring does not know how to inspire the crowd. No one cares about new songs from their new album. Motley was worse. Vince needs to call it quits and Tommy just wanted all of us to know that he is a boob man and for all the men in the audience to pull out their manhood's. Really? I will never attend another concert of multiple bands, its not worth the money or time.

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