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Absolutely incredible show! Adam Levine and the band truly delivered a memorable
experience for everyone. My favorite part was seeing him perform Lost Stars. The fact
that the stage extended out, brought Adam closer to the crowd. That was an added
bonus! The Golden 1 Center was very nice, though a bit pricey. A great night was had by
all! I would put the concert in my top 5 of all time.
Shadow fan from Kansas City, Missouri
REVIEW OF MAROON 5 @ SPRINT CENTRE IN KANSAS CITY, MO
Let me start of with I love Maroon 5 and the majority of their songs. The reason for the mediocre rating is the sound system. The bass was so loud you could barely hear Adam Levine's voice. I don't know if it is the venue or the sound manager but I would say the majority of their songs sound better from the studio than live. It was just seemed out of sync and rushed , as well.
Toni from Chicago, Illinois
SOUND PROBLEMS IN UNITED CENTER?
Maroon 5 was very nice and interactive with the audience. Songs were good choices.
The problem was with the sound system. So much bass that I couldn't hear the music.
Best songs were those at the end with only the acoustic guitar....Lost Stars is my favorite
and it sounded great... Love Adam Levine...concert was disappointing because of
sound...even the warm up person ....Julia...had this awful sound set up.
Kelly Krieger from Detroit, Michigan
MAROON 5 DETROIT
Couldn’t hear Adam Over the bass.
Adam Green from Waltham, Massachusetts
LOVE MAROON 5 - DISLIKED THE SOUND SYSTEM AND BASS
I have been to many concerts at the TD Garden and most sound great.
Maroon 5, however sounded terrible. Over pumped bass and music
with underwhelming vocal mixing meant for both Julia Michaels and
Maroon 5, we could not hear one word of the lyrics.
JJ from Boston, Massachusetts
MAROON 5 BOSTON GARDEN
I’m an old dude and have been going to
concerts for many years. This show was
disappointing. The sound system was poor.
The overwhelming bass drowned out the
majority of the vocals and other instruments.
Large video screen images were misaligned
horizontally. However, the band had terrific
energy and played a great selection.
Joanne Scannell from Hartford, Connecticut
THE RED PILL BLUES TOUR
Maroon 5 have electric energy and talent and this is not the venue to see them in.
For a little more than an hour and a half, they perform song after song and the
audience sings along. The acoustics in this venue are horrible and at times the bass
drowned out Adams falsetta.
As the band members are introduced, one could not hear their names. The screens
are for those seated facing the stage and for those of us in the upper part of the
arena, the videos looked spliced.
I want to see them again, in a smaller venue, with better acoustics, and on a
personal note, want them to "strip it down" and sing, "Lost Stars."
Adams choreographer has him performing along a Roman numeral 5, to meet the
needs of the crowd, but for those in the "heavens" the closest one gets to having an
intimate experience is on a screen.
As one descends the stairs, security pushes the crowd on, when all we want is a
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