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To see this concert was on my bucket list. My son
took me for my Birthday. We were seven rows back.
The sound was great, the song selection was better,
and performance of the band was the best. You could
see they were having fun up there. The crowd got into
the concert. What a great night.
Shauna from Los Angeles, California
ANOTHER BRILLIANT SHOW BY THE CHIEF!!!
First off, The Orpheum Theater in Los
Angeles is beautiful. I saw Noel there on his
last tour in 2015. He did one show in Los
Angeles in 2015...he had two sold out on this
tour. I think Southern California is growing
As expected, he felt compelled to call out the
four guys who showed up to their front row
seats 20 minutes into the gig. Classic Noel.
These guys tried to bring a knife to a gun
fight. Sorry gentlemen, there was no
comeback you could have produced that
would have come close to his wit and
delivery. The crowd enjoyed it
I thought the set was great. Expected to
hear the new stuff. Dead in the Water was
amazing as was the closing tune All You
Need is Love.
Good to see Gem back in the mix. Wish he
and Noel would do A Sitting Here in Silence
type show here at some time.
Chris from Atlanta, Georgia
I don't understand the negative reviews here.
The show was excellent. The sound quality
was amazing. I could even hear the click of
I also thought the song selection was good,
with "Wonderwall" and an excellent, stripped-
down version of "Don't Look Back in Anger"
tossed in. Even the closing cover of "All You
Need is Love" was excellent given how
complex that song is.
Finally, the crowd was enthusiastic, singing
along to nearly every song. Overall, it was an
amazing show, one of my favorites in years.
from Chicago, Illinois
We had so much fun! He did an incredible job,
so great to see Noel again after many years :)
the sound there isn’t the best but I still love this
theatre every time I go there.
James E. from Toronto, Ontario
SHOW GETS 5 STARTS, VENUE GETS 2 STARS...
The band really has grown with amazing backing singers and musicians (its not just a focus on Noel), Highlights
include: The live version of "Fort Knox," "She Taught Me How to Fly," the emotional, yet simple "Dead in the
Water," and the Soulful "Be Careful What you Wish for" and exciting live premier of "The Right Stuff."
The energy could be felt when Oasis classics like "Little by Little," and "The Importance of Being idle," were played,
but I personally enjoyed "Go Let It Out," THE BEST, as anyone Who has seen Noel before probably heard the first
two songs a MILLION times : / I'd love to hear something like "Gas Panic," or "Falling Down," Give us something
My only real complaint is something (I think) out of Noels control, and that is the VENUE. its terrible to sub-par
quality at best, and I don't know why a lot of great artists play here. The seats are TOO SMALL...everyone's packed
in like sardines...hows that supposed to be enjoyable?? Pick another Venue PLEASE!!
Paul C from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
NOEL GALLAGHER'S HFB AT MERRIAM 2018
Full house and a great show. The only reason I don't give it 5 stars was the omission of probably his
best known solo hit "Everybody's On The Run" I think it would have fit perfectly in his encore
instead of another song from his current album. That said I understand he is touring to support the
new album but....just my 2 cents
Dean And Tina from Reinholds,, Pennsylvania
Could have been longer.. was over
10:30.. did the enhanced tour ,was ok
food was great.. should have received
a shirt or sweatshirt for the cost!!
No surprises .. nice to hear Little by
Alway hangout at Pistola Joes
Soft shell crab sandwich ( when in
season) is to die for
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