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Luis Miguel Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.1 Stars)

Number of reviews: 74

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3.0 star rating Liz from Austin, Texas

KEEP AUSTIN WEIRD

First of all, I’m a huge fan of Luis Miguel. I’ve been listening to his music since I was a kid. This was my 4th time seeing Luis Miguel. In the past his shows were on point. However, this time things felt off…weird. The show started 40 minutes late. He gets on stage and says nothing to the crowd “Hello Austin”..nada. He played his Romances hits which was cool. Then he did this weird duet with Michael Jackson’s audio and Frank Sinatra. It didn’t feel like it fit the vibe of the show. Towards the end of the show, I noticed it was hard to hear him at times because he wasn’t holding the mic close enough to his mouth. He did get the audience hyped up at the end, but then out of nowhere the audio stopped and the jumbo screens went out. He didn’t stop nor did the band. They continued, but there was no sound or it couldn’t be heard up in the higher seats. He ended the show like nothing weird was happening. People chanted for one more and he stood there and waved goodbye and then exited the stage. It was a non ending to the show. Plus it ended early..about 9:18 pm. It wasn’t the normal 2 hours plus. Weirder than all of that, he never talked to the audience. I’m not sure what happened quite honestly. Did he cut the show early on purpose? Was he tired? Maybe there are too many shows on the tour. Idk but my friends and I felt a bit cheated. I’m still a fan but this might be my last show.

2.0 star rating Sue from Las Vegas, Nevada

LUIS MIGUEL CAESARS COLOSSEUM

As many others have indicated, a disappointing show. Have been a fan for over 30 years and was excited for the show. He was at least an hour late, seemed to have multiple technical difficulties during the first half of the show and sang a few songs without the microphone so we couldn't hear him. First song didn't even sound like him, but his voice did improve as he warmed up, and the songs we could hear were awesome. Again, in line with what everyone else said, he left the stage several times, sometimes came back out in different clothes, sometimes not. He did offer a semi apology for the technical issues and "begged" us to be patient as they replaced a part, but after reading of similar issues at other venues, I doubt there was really an issue. He didn't even do an encore, and fans were left in the dark for nearly 10 mins before the lights finally came on.El Sol de Mexico needs to remember who got him to the top and respect his fans more. Will stick to my CDs, won't see him live again

2.0 star rating Irene from Los Angeles, California

LATE AND DISENGAGED

I bought a total of four tickets and spent over $600 and this was my first concert to see him. He was over one hour late and during the time we were waiting there was no announcement on why we were waiting so long. We sat mostly in silence until a little before the concert started and they played deplorable English music. At least play some instrumental music or well known for Littles while we are waiting. He also left the stage several times and I’m not sure if it was a bathroom break but we were sitting in the dark and there was no music being played by the band. The first couple of times I thought it was due to a costume change but he came back in the same clothes. He mostly saying to stage left and seem to rely heavily on the Teleprompter. He did not engage very much with the audience and didn’t sing his best and most well known songs. I work extremely hard for my money and I paid for all four tickets as they were Mother’s Day presents for my relatives. My relatives who wal

2.0 star rating Lissa from Denver, Colorado

CONCERT OR 2 HOUR SOUND CHECK?

Flew in from San Diego to see him do a 3 hour sound check. And I came to hear him sing, not the audience. Come on, Luis. You're better than this.

2.0 star rating A. Carrasco from Phoenix, Arizona

LUIS MIGUEL CONCERT PHOENIX

Horrible lighting! You could hardly see Luis because of how bright the lights were! Plus it kept the crowd loud and noisy. I’ve never been disappointed with his shows until now.

2.0 star rating from Sacramento, California

DISAPPOINTED

After 3 songs leaves stage for almost 15 mins with no explanation & dark stage!

2.0 star rating from Los Angeles, California

LUIS MIGUEL

Having strong light beams pointed at the audience for about 90% of the performance - such that you were blinded by them - did not help in the least. Needless to say, the limelight, literally and figuratively, should be on the artist on stage, not on the audience.

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