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The Weeknd was lit as hell!!! Abel was electrified , played every hit that I was hoping
for: Often, Wicked Games. The Hills, Acquainted., Earned it and of course the whole
Starboy album. His voice is one of a kind sultry, crazy, SUPERB!!!
Darren from New Orleans, Louisiana
The show started on time opening acts where great
The Weeknd was hype the entire show would with
out a doubt go to another show.
Gina Cherkd from Tampa, Florida
Full of energy, just awesome
Sandra wardley from Vancouver Canada
WEEKND AMAZING, ALLIGIANT BRUTAL BAG DROP
The Weeknd lit the place from the first song, sound was great where I was. Production well coordinated. Abel worked the stadium. Definitely would see him perform again.
Alligiant stadium’s money grab and total chaos following the concert was disgusting, get organized half the concert goers were lined up for over an hour and a half.
from Vancouver, British Columbia
Pretty good! Great voice! The sound was not the best. Light show was cool!
Way to hot in there tonight, like 45 degrees!
No encores , it ended pretty abruptly. Like that’s it, lights on , go home .
I was surprised , maybe he was to hot?
David from Chicago, IL
GREAT PRODUCTION; SOUND QUALITY POOR
After keeping the sold-out crowd waiting way too long, the show was good not great. The production strong, although the post-apocalyptic city set didn’t seem to square with the 20 or so “dancers” who walked around in a stupor and the giant inflatable moon. But whatever, it was entertaining. The sound mix was incredibly poor and most of the time the lead vocal was completely obscured. Had Abel been able to hear his own show, I suspect we’d have a new sound crew for the rest of the tour. Quite a bit of grouching from fans on the way out about the set only being 90-100 minutes.
Pamela from Denver, Colorado
CAN YOU SAY "HYPE AND FAKE
Saw Weeknd w my sisters, didn't know what to expect, but the waste from the 1000's wrist bands that lighted up handed out to play with the music was neat to see but garbage after the show , it you stamp them with the concert show they become a collectors item for the fans, just a thought to try to keep them out of the ground where they won't break down for a very very long time leaching battery acid and mercury. Don't know what he was going for w the red head to toe covered dancers, using the hype from "HandMaidens Tale" I suppose, wouldn't be surprised, hype fake BS, karaoke and pre recorded music, just what you want at a "live" concert you pay premium money for tiny ass seats. Count me out of this "music venue" it has nothing I want.
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