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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



3.0 star rating Dan from Kansas City, Missouri


Joan Jett and Poison were alright. Motley Crue we’re a mess playing mostly to backing tracks. At times, Tommy was caught not playing drums while the backing track kept going… By far, Def Leppard was the best part of the show. A++++ from them.

3.0 star rating Jules from Kansas City, Missouri


We missed Joan Jett and arrived halfway through Poisons set, which sounded pretty good. Sad to say Motley Crue was horrible. The bass was WAY too loud. You couldn’t even tell what songs they were singing. We were on the field and had to move because it was just too much, even with ear plugs. They also are still stuck in the “hot women” vibe, with the girls dancing on stage and asking the crowd to flash them. Not necessary, guys. Your music is great and can stand on its own. Thank goodness for Def Leppard! They were incredible and saved the show for me. They were the band I was looking forward to the least, but ended up liking the best!

3.0 star rating Keith from Boston, Massachusetts


Joan Jett - Sound B+; Setlist A; Energy D; Fan Response B Poison - Sound A-; Setlist A; Energy A+; Fan Response A Def Leppard - Sound B-; Setlist F; Energy B; Fan Response B Motley Crue - Sound C; Setlist A; Energy C; Fan Response A- Can't help but compare these acts to their heyday, and of course, they're not the same. Perhaps my expectations were too high. The bright spot was definitely Poison who seemed genuinely happy to be at Fenway and playing in front of a big crowd. Joan Jett and Motley Crue seemed tired (I probably would be tired too). Def Leppard had good energy, but the setlist was awful. Nobody there wants to hear their new stuff, they would have been better off playing Pyromania front-to-back. In comparison, Motley Crue's setlist was excellent - all the songs you would expect and none that you wouldn't; but sadly Vince's voice just can't compete with the amps anymore and got washed out.

3.0 star rating Shane Ruys from Toronto, Ontario


I’ll save noting that Crue’s sound was bad as everyone has stated that so saying it agin won’t make a difference What I will say is that I’ll hold onto the memory of when I saw them 25 years and not last night. They’re done and last nights performance just proved it. On the plus side, Def Leppard was amazing….really enjoyed their set. Poison was great too, as much as I was never really a big Poison fan back in the day. Joan Jett is as good as she always was. She’s got a few good tunes and really did them well. Side note….it was crazy hot in the Rogers Centre last night which didn’t help much either.

3.0 star rating KS Dye from Indianapolis, Indiana


Joan Jett and Poison were AMAZING! We were really let down by Def Leppard and Motley Crue. We left during Motley Crue, all we could hear was bass and lead singer sounded like he was full of helium. I saw these groups before covid and they were great, tonight was a huge disappointment.

3.0 star rating Chris from Houston, Texas


Arrived late and missed Joan Jett and Poison. Motley should fire their sound engineer. We sat in a suite in the center of ball park and you couldn’t hear Mick’s guitar due to the bass drowning out everyone else. Numerous times they seemed off beat and you couldn’t figure out what song they were playing. I figured the sound was off because the roof was closed at Minute Maid, but Def Leppard sounded perfect. I’ve seen both these bands so many times and Crue just doesn’t perform the way they used to and Def Leppard seems to keep getting better. Last of all went to concourse to look at shirts and one mixed drink was $34.00. and a beer was $18.00.Unbelievable that a concert venue would charge so much!

3.0 star rating from San Antonio


I was disappointed in motley Crue. Def Leppard and Poison we're good . Unfortunately I missed Joan Jett

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