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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)

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4.0 star rating John Carpenter from Norton, Ohio

GREAT CONCERT POUR SOUND QUALITY

I like Def Leppard and Poison. But Joan Jett was Best for Sound and Performance

4.0 star rating Dave from Kansas City, Missouri

MOTLEY CRAP

It was a scorcher but Joan Jett, Poison and Def Leppard kicked ass. They brought high energy performances and rocked the house. Motley Crap on the other hand sounded like a second rate garage band. Vince Neil's weak vocals couldn't compete with the over-loud drums and bass. I've never heard a crowd quiet down so quickly after a song was finished. The only time they really got the crowd excited was when Tommy Lee came out front and asked where all the boobs were. Pretty sad. If I wanted to see boobs I could have gone to a strip club. I suggest they move Crue to warm up band and add Classless Act to the lineup. At least they care about their performance.

4.0 star rating Lisa from Denver, Colorado

BEST NIGHT EVER!

Loved it all! I danced the night away!! Must go see!!!

4.0 star rating Kathy from Denver, Colorado

ALL GREAT BUT CRUE

Joan Jett is still a badass, she rocked the house! Poison was a great performance, Brett Michaels puts out the energy and effort to make it a great show. Def Leppard sounds the same as they did decades ago, their fabulous sound and visual performance should have been the headline act. Which brings me to the sorry “show” put on by Motley Crue. They lacked energy, they have no stage presence on their own & Vince Neil’s singing is barely lackluster, therefore they have to rely on young beautiful women dancing to try to take your attention away from their poor performance. Time to pack it up, Crue., leave it to the other three acts who actually try to earn the fan’s money.

4.0 star rating A. T. Strojny from Boston, Massachusetts

WORTH THE WAIT!

Waited three years to see this show. None of the acts disappointed. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts were excellent. Played their (black)hearts out for a half-empty shed thanks to a nasty thunderstorm and a notoriously late-arriving Boston crowd. Sadly, the thunderstorm delayed the show’s start for over an hour. The delay forced Poison to cut their set. They came out firing on all cylinders and left the crowd wanting more. Pure fun and excitement. Def Leppard followed Poison. Despite opening with a banger of a new track, they had a hard time matching Poison’s intensity and enthusiasm. The mighty Leppard are professionals. They pushed forward through the energy lull at the start of their gig and wowed the crowd by the end. No one wanted them to leave! The show would rated five stars from me if Motley Crue didn’t play. They were tacky, cliched, and predictable. Their 80s antics no longer resonates with more sophisticated crowd.

4.0 star rating Ann from Boston, Massachusetts

STADIUM TOUR BOSTON 8/5/22

After a storm delay and shortened setlists for Joan Jett and Poison the show was rocking! They never disappoint and Def Leppard was amazing. Which brings me to the night's headliner - Motley Crue. I love the Crue, but it was the worst show I've ever seen them put on. The sound was horrible, and the band seemed do drown out Vince's very thin vocals. The music and vocals just seemed out of sync, and I was having a hard time hearing the lyrics. Truly disappointed by their performance after waiting since 2020 to see this show!

4.0 star rating El Duderino from Phoenix, Arizona

GREAT PERFORMANCE, BUT SOUND PROBLEMS CONTINUE AT FENWAY PARK

We were on the field 20 rows back to the right of the stage. Joan Jett and Poison sounded awesome, but can't say the same for Def Leppard and Motley Crue. The bass was cranked way too much and drowned everything else out. We couldn't hear the vocals or details in the music clearly due to the overpowering bass. It's a bummer because other folks here posted similar experiences in other venues, and one would think the sound engineers would have fixed the bass-heavy saturation problem by now as the 2nd half of the tour kicks off...

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