Mark from Chicago, Illinois
Always have been a BIG FAN of the band and have attended a few of his concerts. I would rate last night as OK. There was definitely a problem with the sound and at times we had a hard time hearing the vocals. Our seats were awesome (section 110, row 2) so it definitely had nothing to do with our location. I do agree on the other comments related to the stage and no screens. In today's world it is just a no brainer!!!
from New York, New York
Concert was OK not on the Jumbo Teton. Is folks sitting higher up couldn’t even see a person. This day and age that sucked. Bruce Springsteen even knows to use it and cares that is people in the higher up seats wanna see who’s on stage. Could have been Joe Shmo from down the street on stage. Spent over $400 bucks on these tickets. Sucks he’s from Jersey and doesn’t care abt his fans.
Denise from Boston, Massachusetts
My friends and I are such huge fans as far back as the 80s. I have all of their cds and have been to at least 8 concerts. Never have I left a Bonjovi concert feeling so deflated. In the past I always knew it would be a great show...what I didn't realize until tonight was how much of an effect that the band's excitement has on me as a viewer...but I couldn't see their excitement and energy because there were no big screems for 90% of ticket holders. Not sure whose decision this was but if the band is listening I hope that they think about this the next time, the light show is good but I'm would have much rather seen the band
TheseDaysFan from OKC, Ok
GHOST OF WHAT THEY ONCE WERE
At the height of their powers they were the best frontman/vocalist and guitarist in the business with an extraordinary catalog of songs to choose from. They were the best in the business. Now we are left with a frontman giving twice the effort with half the payoff, who has lost his voice, playing a few hits and a boatload of filler they insist on playing every tour for the last 10 years. I'm a big fan. I usually see them multiple times a tour- I've seen them every time they've played Dallas since 2001. Those days are done. No Sambora. Jon's voice is nearly gone. No variety in setlist - my biggest issue. There is nothing to invite their biggest fans to go to multiple shows and there is little to keep the casual fans interested for the length of the show. I'm giving them a generous 3 stars because Jon still tries on stage - even if the set list is dull and uninspired. I root for this band but it's sad that their shows are no longer worth the price of their tickets.
Kitty from Dallas, Texas
GOOD SHOW BUT NO BIG SCREENS?
Our whole group enjoyed the show/music but we were disappointed there were no big screens on the side of the stage for viewing. At times it was hard to see. Never been to a concert that doesn’t have video screens
Sue from Boston, Massachusetts
NO SCREENS? IN BOSTON? IN THIS DAY AND AGE? THAT'S WRONG
This is at least my 20th time seeing this band so I can speak from experience. In this day and age to not accommodate your audience with a jumbo screen is inexcusable. The Garden is a HUGE venue and those seated in the balcony deserved that. It is NOT a cheap ticket regardless of where you sit. We were seated in Loge 9 and the acoustics were dreadful. So much bass it made the treble impossible to hear. Personally, I would have enjoyed the show much more had he peppered in even more of his old stuff but that's a personal choice. Jon worked really hard out there but the concert fell very flat for our group. It will likely be my last. End of an incredible era. I am the same age as JBJ and would like follow the rest of his career, but not to see concerts like that. Pony up for the jumbo screen and have your sound guys do a better sound check. For sure.
Diana from Montreal, Quebec
MONTREAL MAY 17,2018
Very disappointed. Sound and vocals were not not crisp. At times we could not understand what Jon was singing. It sounded that he was talking more than singing. The band instruments over powered Jon vocals. I have seen Bon Jovi everytime in Montreal and never experienced this.
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