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He’s a bad ass! Second time seeing him! I love his style. One of a kind! Fantastic night of entertainment with my husband!!!
Mike from Hartville, Ohio
AN UNFORGETTABLE NIGHT OF COUNTRY MUSIC EXCELLENCE AT BLOSSOM MUSIC CENTER!
I had the immense pleasure of attending Eric Church's sold-out concert at Blossom Music Center on June 24, 2023, and it was an absolute masterpiece! As a first-time headliner at this iconic venue, Church's performance surpassed all expectations and left the entire sold-out crowd of 23,000 fans in awe.
It was evident that Church and his team were well-versed in the history of Blossom Music Center. Thanks to his manager, John Peet's familiarity with the Cleveland area, Church understood the significance of this venue. Paying homage to the late Michael Stanley Band, who set the attendance record in 1982 with a total of 77,404 attendees over three nights, Church proudly donned a black MSB t-shirt and proclaimed, "We're representin' tonight!"
From the moment Church stepped on stage and launched into "Chattanooga Lucy," the atmosphere was electric. The energy he brought was contagious, and the crowd responded with unbridled enthusiasm. Church flawlessly delivered his hits, including "Bad Mother Trucker" and "Cold One," captivating us with his raw talent and infectious charisma. Each song resonated with the audience, creating an incredible connection between artist and fan.
One of the highlights of the night was Church's unforgettable encore. As the crowd cheered and begged for more, he treated us to a heart-stirring rendition of "Springsteen," transporting us back to nostalgic moments. And just when we thought it couldn't get any better, Church closed the show with one of his personal favorites, "Holdin' My Own." The heartfelt lyrics, combined with his genuine emotion, was awesome!
What truly set this concert apart was Church's ability to entertain. His stage presence was magnetic, effortlessly commanding our attention from start to finish. His interactions with the audience were genuine and heartfelt, making everyone feel like a part of something truly special. The sheer joy and passion he exuded were infectious, leaving us all completely immersed in the music and the moment.
If you ever have the chance to witness Eric Church live in concert, seize it with both hands! His performance at Blossom Music Center was an extraordinary experience that exceeded all expectations. Whether you're a die-hard fan or simply looking for a night of exceptional entertainment, this is a show you absolutely cannot miss. Church's impeccable talent, coupled with the historical significance of the venue, created a night we will remember for a lifetime. It was an honor to be part of this remarkable event, and I cannot recommend it enough.
Rosey from Los Angeles, California
THE CHIEF IS THE BOSS!
Eric put on another amazing performance! He is totally committed to every word in every song. Last night we felt that maybe Joanna had a strained voice as she is usually playing the perfect role on stage with Eric. We missed the amazing Joanna! She still rocked it. I loved the acoustic medley to finish the evening. Love everything about this band.
Jenny from Sioux Falls, South Dakota
IT WAS OK
This is the 3rd concert of his we have been to. The 2nd one he started over an hour late, which was annoying, but thought it might just be a fluke. Nope! This time he also started over an hour late too! What's up with being ok with wasting an hour of your fans' time? A lot of good songs and he played almost 3 hours, but sound wasn't the best and at times hard to understand
Jimbo from Portland, Oregon
GREAT ARTIST! LOUSY VENUE
Eric Church is awesome! Sound and light sucked to high heaven! It was advertised to start at 8 am started at 915. One of the giant screens never operated as it was designed to work. Bass in the sound system drowned out all of the other notes! Eric Church is an awesome performer, song writer and singer! Sound and light sucked
Linda from Toronto, Ontario
He started 1 hour and 20 minutes late. (Which apparently is his m/o. Came onto the stage and played a bunch of songs no one cared about. Didn’t play much of his older stuff / or hardly any of his good stuff.After staring 1.5 hours lay this EGO-maniac made a huge deal of signing fans records mid-show! Hello! Sing some f-ing songs!! Venue was SHIT! Huge lines at the concessions even mid-concert 25mins wait for drinks! Ridiculous! Next time…hard-pass!!
Jason browand from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
NOT A GOOD EXPERIENCE
A concert I was looking forward to taking my wife to since we don’t get out often turned into a mess and had to leave early. Have a group of completely drunk older guys behind us at the start of the show and the PPG Paints Arena continued to
Sell them beer until the point one fell out of his row and into our seats. Luckily we were standing at the time of the incident and nobody was hurt but the a—hole dumped beer on our seats and all over my wife’s clothes. This happened shortly after the intermission and we were forced
To leave since my wife was soaked and by this point miserable and did not to get to enjoy the show due to people who can’t control there alcohol. Very sad to say one of my favorite singers and didn’t get to see the whole show and really have no desire to attend a concert again after dealing with obnoxious drunk fools.
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