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Jason Mraz Reviews

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Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (4.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 8



5.0 star rating Brandon Steele from Chicago, Illinois


Amazing show! Mr. Mraz and Raining Jane's performance was a breathtaking, funny, inspiring and flat out incredible musical experience. The show started right on time and was packed. The iconic Chicago Theater is a great venue and the show lived up to it's marquee top billing. The ladies of Raining Jane and Jason started playing immediately upon hitting the stage. The soulful sounds put the crowd at ease and in a positive festive spirit. The band puts so much love and passion into their craft that it shows through on every song they play. Long story short...if you love music, want to be entertained and inspired make sure you find when Jason Mraz and Raining Jane will be in your town and go see them! You will not be disappointed. My wife and I Loved loved loved the show!! Thanks Jason & Raining Jane #Salute #MuchLove

5.0 star rating Bebe from Los Angeles, California


First time to experience Jason Mraz live & what an experience! Jason & his fellow musicians were so together & so very talented. No big, flashy backdrops or costumes…just down-to-earth talent. It made you appreciate the music more. Plus the Fox Performing Art Center is a lovely, historical Spanish architectural building, therefore smaller venue. My husband & I no longer want to go to the huge concert places like Staples Center etc. as you lose the ambiance & appreciation of the music you’re there to see. Thank you Jason Mraz for a wonderful evening of great music!

5.0 star rating Gayle from Calgary, Alberta


Somehow Jason Mraz and his incredible all female band Raining Jane (and a guest guitarist from Calgary whose name I didn’t catch) made me feel like I was in a concert hall and his living room at the same time. Intimate and soul filling. The audience was so diverse- families with “Life is beautiful signs”, couple of all ages and genders and nationalities and soooo many New Canadians. We left with full and hopeful hearts. Thank you Jason and your wildly talented dream team.

5.0 star rating S&P from San Diego, California


Concert started right on time and was sooooo good! Sound was great, both voices and instruments, everyone is so talented! Raining Jane was a great match to Jason's music, the lead guitar was incredible, and the brass section was fantastic! This show was energetic, positive, uplifting, and a joy. When you see a show at brand new The Sound (Del Mar Fairgrounds) spend a bit more and get an assigned seat. The people with General Admission weren't as comfortable as we were, and while their view was good, ours (from Left Terrace) was amazing! Venue only holds about 1,800 people so quite intimate. Great show!

5.0 star rating Jerry from Dallas, Texas


Opening Act was Celisse. A bit too different for Jason's fans, not a lot of polish. But then Jason hit the stage with a lot of energy from his new album and eventually settled into medleys of his hits. Jason is personable, fun, positive, and has a great voice, and he can play. I saw him about five years ago when he did not bring a band. BUT now he has sax, trumpets, violin, bass, drums, etc. the entire talented crew ... and Jason is the Ringmaster. Show mellowed out towards the finish. I would suggest he take us to the top again as at the beginning and then bring us into mellow towards the end with some hiccups in between. Good show, Well worth it.

3.0 star rating Mary C. from Detroit, Michigan


We were excited to see Jason Mraz and Raining Jane since we have enjoyed the shows in the past and this would be our first concert since the pandemic. Beautiful night on the hill at Meadowbrook, all was looking good until he walked out on stage VERY uneventfully and started playing way too many hours of sappy happy children's music. It was so flat... not a single person on the hill stood up , clapped , yelled, or could even sing along. We all just sat there waiting for the show to feel like it was going to begin since any recognizable song he sang was done in a different key and slowed down. The continual happy sappy children's lyric music done with a reggae beat made you keep looking for Big Bird and the cast of Sesame Street to walk out on stage. I don't know who he hung out with during quarantine but the forced feeling of happiness being shoved down our throats was too much. It made us search out $18 alcoholic drinks to help us swallow it! So disappointed, he just seems lost and swept up in all the political correctness that is sweeping this country. I love a nice feel good evening but this had way too much of an agenda behind it. Nothing sparked fun - it was a flat boring night. I felt bad that I left feeling I would never want to see his show again.

2.0 star rating from Seattle, Washington


My husband and I were so excited for this show. It was a beautiful day and the lawn was packed, venue sold out. Raining Janes played a few songs and they have beautiful voices and played well but we were surprised they were Jason's band for his entire set. There was no big exciting moments and the crowd never got to their feet. I expected to dance the night away and was very disappointed. Not worth $130 a ticket. I really don't like when musicians/actors get political and he went there. We saw him preform at the Moore Theater about 6 years ago and we loved it but this choice of mellow, folk sound leaves a lot to be desired. We really missed Toca Rivera and the brass/horn big sounds. Very boring show!

2.0 star rating Kate from Seattle, Washington


Harmonies with Raining Jane were off frequently. Cello sounded off key often too. Jason’s voice was amazing though. Sound mixing was poor. Bass notes were just a loud muddy blare. Raining Jane’s songs, sung by themselves, sounded great. Just didn’t love their collaborations with Jason.


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