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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



4.0 star rating Kimberly from Toronto, Ontario


Joan Jett was bang on as always, Poison was a blast. They were in the groove and seemed to be having a blast. Lepard was amazing as usual, love all their tunes and these guys can play like they were 30. Motley Crüe was fun to see. Great show and high energy. Vince Neal was pretty good and worked his ass off to do a great set. The only problem I was they are so powerful that the sound for them was a bit muffled because of the stadium walls and the crowd screaming. I danced my butt off for 4 hours. Sang like I was onstage. Thanks so much everyone for including Toronto in this tour. I know I really appreciated you all !!

4.0 star rating Guy from Toronto, Ontario


First the bad the venue at the Rogers centre in Toronto was way way too packed if somebody would’ve fainted in the middle of it they would’ve died by the time somebody got to them you couldn’t move in the place lineups were insane the heat was incredible just a poor venue now the good Joan Jett poison and Def Leppard have not lost a beat they sounded incredible that being said motley Crue sounded incredible band wise Vince Neil needs to retire he was absolutely embarrassing the band definitely save them but all in all it was extremely impressive very good night had a blast just very disappointed in the Rogers centre and very impressed with the first three bands way to go had a great night

4.0 star rating Kev from Toronto, Ontario


Poison was amazing. Brett Michaels was engaging & full of energy. Sound was great. But once Def Leppard & Motley Crue hit the stage the sound went to shit. Most negative part of the show was to many drunks. Out side of Roger's Cente hot dog carts prices are out of this world. $38 for 2 sausage, 1 hotdog and 2 coke !!

4.0 star rating Will from Toronto, Ontario


Joan jett was nice the sound was off a little bit couldn't hear here voice properly and the bass drum and the toms were turned up wayyy too high for joan jett and poison, when def leppard started it sounded alot better the bass was turned down and we could hear everything properly but then.. Motley Crüe.. i know they're getting old and i know it's not easy but damn at that point cancel the tour. my guy vince couldn't sing one song properly always off tempo or just straight up the wrong words or partial lyrics. Best song by them was live wire everyone was hyped and everything even tho it sucked, worst song was home sweet home.. their classic rock balad, tommy decided to start the song without the intro and at about half the speed of the original which is already quite slow but vince and tommy still butchered it.. i'm happy i only paid 110$ for this and not 800$ i would be extremely pissed off😂

4.0 star rating Jean Audet from Toronto, Ontario


Joan Jett is still in great shape: efficient, tight band. She set the bar high. Poison's sound wasn't good, guitar was very hard to get, too much of other stuff and guys, guitar and drum solos? Really in 2022? In a set that lasts 45 minutes? Def Leppard were the stars of the night. Good choice of songs, vocals (especially backvocals) were surprisingly good, even though it started to show on Photograph, the last song, that avage and Collen were vocally tired. Vivian Campbell's singing was really impressive, surprising us with high notes in many songs. Then came major disappointment. Motley Crue was not even OK: sound was horrible, it tooks about the whole intro to realize they were playing Wild Side. Vince was out of breath, reading his lyrics as if it was the first time he sang them, Tommy and Nikky making easy mistakes in their playing (the drums on Shout at the Devil were completely off. They were like a bad garage band. It's time for them to retire. Really. Let Leppard close shows.

4.0 star rating Chris from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


John jet poison and death leopard put on an amazing show couldn't hear a word of any Motley crue songs left before the end very disappointed

4.0 star rating Vance from San Antonio, Texas


Joan Jett sounded amazing, Poison was great though too bass heavy and CC got drowned out. Next up was Def Leppard and they owned the night! Spot on sound, music, all super right. Back up, just wow. Then the train wreck that is Motley Crue came on. My God, hire a damn sound engineer fir God's sake. It's the Alamodome, super venue for bands to showcase sound quality. Crue's sound was literally a hit mess. Vince Neil is a joke, I'm sure Def Leppard is probably embarrassed to even be playing with them. Crue was always b-league, they need strippers on stage to even keep people's attention.

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