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Joan Jett - Great job. Poison rocked it! Def Leppard was awesome as always. We couldn’t believe the train wreck that was Motley and left mid set. They have never been GREAT live, but this is the worst I have seen them. Miss the FeelGood tour days when Vince cared. Vince was off sound and off time. Music was good and what I expected. Overall, a GREAT show and Def and Poison stole the show.
Niko from Los Angeles, California
EVERYONE ROCKED BUT CRUE
Joan Jett is a rick n roll goddess vixen and slayed. Poison…. Poison stole the entire show!!!!! Poison’s energy and fun time on stage made it all worth it for me. Def Lep killed it!!! Amazing. Crue came in and we were stoked til the sound was so garbled and distorted we couldnt distinguish songs from eachother til the chorus. Vince neil skipped lyrics and just screeched thru songs- horrific. Strippers singing backup did not help him at all. Machine Gun Kelly? wtf dude, lame. Then Tommy Lee came out to try to smooth the whole penis scandal thing over, but made it worse. We left. BOO to Crue!!!
Kurt S. from San Diego, California
THE STADIUM TOUR IN SAN DIEGO
Joan Jett was awesome! So was Poison, to my surprise. Motley Crew was awful, in most of our groups opinions, too loud and sexist. And, Tommy Lee’s comments about exposing your “manhood” was just weird. Def Leppard was okay so we left during their stint to beat the exiting of the masses. It was nice to get out again after Covid. The venue, Petco Park, was amazing plus, we were 40 in a suite. Definitely a plus with private accommodations. Glad to see San Diego’s, famous, Hodad’s hamburgers 🍔 on site. Rarely a meat eater but tonight we treated ourselves!
Ralph from Miami, Florida
TERRIBLE AUDIO EQUALIZATION AND BAD ACOUSTIC
It is just me or somebody else feel the same? Acoustic in the stadium is terrible and audio is really bad specially on the top sides. To make it worst, equalization was terrible , specially for Motley Crue, I cannot talk about Joan Jet be aisé I arrive in the middle of Poison but I think this one is the one I think sounded better, then Def Leppard and last Motley. There were a low freq band very loud that it could produce saturation and feedback very often and very high frequency was very loud as well so drum dishes were saturating everything, middle freq we're so low that barely hear riffs and vocals the right way , is so bad that I can barely detect what song they were playing ! Show lights was good though but really disappointed by the sound , how a descent sound eng cannot notice this? It was my concert of lifetime but so disappointed 😞
Julio Cabello from Miami, Florida
The concert was great but the sound was terrible,the distortion of the music kills the performance of the bands the lightning and the stage where superb
Donna from Dallas, Texas
HORRIBLE SOUND QUALITY
We flew to Miami from Texas to see Motley Crue. I saw them about 10 years ago in Texas and the show was awesome. Joan Jett, Poison and Def Leopard, the sound was okay but when Motley Crue came out, I noticed a terrible reverb sound. I think it was the base on the sound equipment that needed adjustments. It was deafening and you couldn't actually hear the music. Everyone started walking out along with myself. I couldn't believe how many people walked out in the Crue! Hopefully whomever is in charge of the sound equipment does a better job for the remainder of the tour.
Leppard fan from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
GREAT BANDS / BRUTAL SOUND MIX
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.
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