Di from Charlotte, North Carolina
QUEEN AND ADAM LAMBERT
Amazing show! Lambert's voice is the best.
HollyG from Boston, Massachusetts
I THOUGHT I'D BE BORED BUT...
I was blown away impressed. At the risk of sounding like an old scold, I saw Queen 4 times in the 70's (Orpheum, Music Hall and Garden twice). I am spoiled and was resistant to going but one of my kids is a huge Queen fan thanks to me, so I said OK. I haven't had so much fun at a concert in I don't know how long. Brian and Roger were themselves thank god but Adam Lambert was perfectly and exactly what he was - a massively talented fan paying tribute to an artist that can't be copied. Adam was fantastic and I was really anxious that I'd be put off. I hope they come back to Mass. I'll go again. Maybe it was the pre-game wine but holographic Freddie made me cry. So great to hear Queen in full blast glory after 42 yrs.
Stan F from Cleveland, Ohio
SHOW WAS GOOD MAY AND TAYLOR WERE GREAT LAMBERT NOT SO MUCH
Overall the show was good considering I only payed $20 but the late start (8:42) the truncation of many songs like medleys on most of the songs and Adam Lambert who admits he's no Freddie Mercury almost killed it for me. I grew up with Queen I was in high school when We will Rock you and Champions first came out and I know the feeling but I wasn't getting it I was very bummed out till they put the projection of Freddie up and the duet with Brian May it was like Freddie's ghost was there it was chilling very cool also the lights lasers smoke projections and the robot was very cool Brian May was great chatting with the audience was very cool the last song was We Are the Champions and Lambert actually did that one well sounding very much like Freddie but all the rest he sounded like George Michael and it was just barely tolerable so to be honest the show was good but I wouldn't see them again or recommend unless you get a deal like I got. NOT a Lambert fan sorry he almost killed it for me
Logan Abell from Detroit, Michigan
Throughout the entire concert, I was blown away by seeing Queen for the first time along with their new singer, Adam Lambert! My seats were a fair distance away from the stage, but that didn't stop my family and I from having a blast! Definitely need to watch them again! Wonderful and will stay with me forever!
Kieron from Vancouver, British Columbia
MAY AND TAYLOR EPIC. LAMBERT IS BEING CONTAINED
The show was nostalgic. Lambert is a class act and humble. However, I feel the band needs to let him out of a box. I have seen him perform with Queen before and he had more latitude. Freddie was known for engaging an audience. Lambert can do this too without replacing Freddie. The crowd in Vancouver was ready to rock it out but the energy did not reach its full potential. We were wanting more. Let Adam loose. He is a great performer. Let him loose!!!
from Seattle, Washington
QAL COULDN’T OVERCOME SHITTY TACOMA DOME ACOUSTICS
I had good seats end of the floor section and music barely reached us. I am disappointed with sound quality. Light show and showmanship of band unequalled. Wish they could have played somewhere in Seattle/Tacoma besides shitty Tacoma Dome!!!
Pam from Boston, Massachusetts
Music was great but I too was hoping Lambert would "let loose". The venue didn't help as there was only 1 screen on for the lawn section. Very disappointed considering the amount of money one spent to see the show. Oh well; live and learn!
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