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Bill Burr Reviews

Comedy & Stand-up

Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (3.9 Stars)

Number of reviews: 52



3.0 star rating Muneeb Ahmad from Toronto, Ontario


It was a routine from which i could tune in and tune out. Just like his podcast. My friend appreciated it because he prefers a story-telling type of humor. But, imo, that should be reserved for podcasts. But I suppose that that is his appeal. Not too sophisticated or clever; just relatable and common. Have seen him twice now, in toronto. Despite the years, the subject matter is the same: man vs woman, husband vs wife, canada vs usa, back then vs now, feminists vs etc... Paid a 100$ for the nose-bleeds. Didn't mind the distance as it wasn't a concert. The yodl pouches were a pain in the ass and we actually ended up missing the opening introduction and segment because the yodl employees didn't have enough yodl pouches. So we waited an additional 30 minutes until they retrieved some pouches from wherever they end up. Obviously not kid-friendly. It was a show and should remain a show for die-hard Bill Burr fans. The whole arena was packed. Wouldn't take a date to it. Expensive beers and alcohol, which is to be expected. Overall, a pleasant experience for those used to and appreciative of Bill's comedy.

3.0 star rating Pete Korner from Portland, Oregon


If you love Bill Burr, you probably liked the show. Unfortunately there was little new stuff and he was Bill Burr doing Bill Burr. Always a few who don't appreciate the caustic topics and left early but thats expected. The crowd seemed more enthusiastic than Bill on this night and gave him all the leeway to be better but he just didn't deliver standout performance which the crowd really wanted. He could immediately improve the evening by getting rid of the opening comedian. She had no pace, nothing funny to talk about. You just wanted her to get off stage. But then, she introduced a (slightly better) comedian who was trying to be Bill Burr. Didn't work. Overall, it was nice to get out and see an A-lister. I still like Bill despite the lackluster show. They can't all be great. He seemed a bit tired. I'm curious since this is just the beginning of his tour, how the rest goes.

2.0 star rating John medina from Denver, Colorado


For the 3 of us in the fronf row,, some of itcwas funny, and some was like a rambling podcast.... a lot of dough for not too much show

2.0 star rating Dave (originally PA) from Nashville, Tennessee


Bill's Atlantic City show last summer, and his opening comic, were fantastic. It was an enjoyable surprise given the few podcasts that listened to prior. This show in Nashville was like a rambling podcast, he missed on knowing the audience he intended use to provide comic relief. For our group that also saw him in AC, the conclusion of last night's show in Nashville are the same...with mostly new material, it was weak in wit and too long of ramblings without a humorous punchline.

2.0 star rating Not a fan of Bill from Columbus, Ohio


I’ve seen taped Bill Burr shows and thoroughly enjoyed them I was expecting the same or better to see him live. In the end I felt like I was sitting in the corner listening to his therapy session. Clearly he had a tough childhood and he absolutely l, positively hates women. I feel sorry for him, his wife and his daughter. I hope he gets the help he needs.

2.0 star rating Mici from Toronto, Ontario


We love Bill Burr but his performance at Scotia bank Arena in Toronto wasn't funny. He was indeed pushing the boundaries and saying provoking stuff which was good,.. but somehow he wasn't relatable, everything was just sliding off of us, ... was it the venue vibe maybe? His opening act was another female comedian that was shouting about her vagina all the time... sad, sad outlook at my sex's comedic state at the moment. Maybe it was that....? p.s. we also love Jim Jeffries and his standup in person was amazing!

2.0 star rating Ty Cobb from Boston, Massachusetts


I’ve been a Bill Burr fan from way back. Back before he went Hollywood and still had an edge. Saturday night the cutting edge material topics were as stale as my breath after tough Saturday night. You can’t get much more stale and out of date .. We probably would’ve had a better time going to an open mic comedy show. I don’t think Bill will have to worry about taking phones anymore..nobody wants to repost that show.. Next next time I could save some money and replay some funny Bill Burr podcasts

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