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We caught the Stadium Tour featuring Joan Jett, Poison, Def Leppard, and Motley Crue in Philadelphia and saw all the bands except Classless Act, who opened, because, as the review stated, it was wildly unclear when the show actually started. Joan Jett sounded as great as she ever sounded and the sound was clean but sometime after her set, someone turned up the bass in the mix and the rest of the night was kind of ruined. Poison, Def Leppard, and Motley Crue were all drowning in the sound of the bass guitar and the bass drum. You really couldn’t hear any of the detail or nuance in the music, especially from the guitars. It was mostly a battle between the vocals and the basses with the basses usually winning. Unless someone works hard to make an adjustment fast or if you only care about SEEING the bands, I’d save my money on this one, which I hate to say because these bands were a big part of my youth.
Shannon from Jackson, Tennessee
JOAN JETT SHOULD HAVE BEEN THE HEADLINER
The audio was terrible and so was Vince Neil's singing. They had to drowned him out with drums and bass that was so loud making it sound as if they were out of sync.
You would think def lep and Crue would have stepped up for poison and played a few extra songs, after all we waited over 2 yrs for the garbage.
But Joan Jett? She was full of energy and she rocked it.
Jeff sikes from Detroit, Michigan
ECHO SOUND TERRIBLE
Sound terrible. To much reverb. Couldn’t hear clearly
Jules from Chicago, IL
LONG DAY, DISAPPOINTED
After waiting over 2 years for this event and flying in from out of state, expensive learning experience. In Chicago, it seemed like they were there for Motley. The music was loud and distorted, covering up the vocals. Also, the crowd was pummeled with fog WAY too much, it was more than a cover up so you couldn’t see the stage or video boards. Glad Def was the closing performer, they had a good set
Motley Crue should no longer be headlining. They are a shell of what they used to be. Loud and distorted sound cannot cover up enough. It's too bad. Have seen them many times before but this will be the last.
Lorrie from Nashville, TN
We bought the "Rick Allen" experience for stupid money but it was on our bucket list and you only live once. It meant we would meet Rick, who we greatly admire, ask questions and sit in the front row.
We were required to come early only to learn our tickets were changed to VIP Gold which sold for half the price we paid. We did get to take a picture standing six feet away from the riser where Def Leppard was posed. We were in the room with them for all of 30 seconds.
The seats ended up being in front of giant speakers and we only got one glimpse of Rick when he moved to the catwalk. This is a warning to others who bought similar tickets. I know this is the promoters fault, but it still SUCKS.
As for the music, Def Leppard sounded great. I liked their new songs. Joan Jett put on a terrific performance. Poison didn't perform and we left after three Crue songs. I agree with others...Vince Neil needs to hang it up.
Would love to see Def Leppard again, but in a smaller venue.
from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
So show was alright. First of all we waited 2 years to see This show just to find out that we were scammed out of $800 (which weirdly a lot of people were). Can’t comment on Joan Jett because we missed that performance (ticket issues). But Poison and LZ were amazing. Now, Motley Crue…..the sound was on and off, i noticed that the large screens were screwy in the left side. I also noticed that Vince had the crowd sing parts of their new songs off their latest album maybe forgets the lyrics? Overall the show was average and not worth the hundreds of dollars poured in tickets.
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