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Dave from Las Vegas, Nevada
GOOD, NOT GREAT
Like others in attendance at the Wynn/Encore MB concert this last week in Sept., we are devoted fans. I'm afraid I have to agree with some of the feelings of disappointment expressed by others.. This is the second time we've seen them at the Wynn/Encore. As with the first show we saw there, the recorded music, was, for the most part, WAY too loud...to the point of distortion. it was painful. Many around us used earplugs, tissues, or just plugged their ears. Then there were the spotlights scanning the crowd...not only did they distracting, but more than once we experienced temporary blindness. Very disappointing. At both events, we found the distorted, painful sound and blinding lights were a topic among other attendees as we walked out afterwards. I'm afraid we attribute much of the disappointment to the Wynn/Encore. We have seen the MB perform at many other venues and never experienced the issues. We love the Moodies but I doubt we'd see them again at the Wynn/Encore.
Alan from Las Vegas, Nevada
MOODY AND BLUE
We saw the show Wednesday 9/26 at the Wynn Encore Theater. OK, where to begin? The sound was awful. You couldn't hear the guitar and bass in the mix for the first several songs. It got slightly better through the course of the show. For the most part the sound was thin. I have seen the MB in other venues big and small during the course of their career. This was the worst. My old transistor radio sounded better! There is a saying regarding theatrical lighting, "LIGHT THE MONEY!" It was very annoying that the Lighting Director had the lights flashing and shining into the audience for most of the concert. I get what they were trying to do but light the Artists on stage not the audience. At the intermission I went back out to our car to grab our sunglasses. Lastly, during Isn't Life Strange some idiot in our row decided that he had to get up and go grab a beer He disrupted the total vibe of the song with his coming and going. We love the MB but this was not a great experience.
David from Dallas, Texas
BETTER 4 YEARS AGO
I saw them 4 years ago and it was a much better performance. Sound system seemed off at times. Had never seen a band take a 20 minute break during the concert. The flute player was fun to watch.
Joe from Orlando, Florida
MOODY BLUES CFE
The show was very good. Played many of their top songs. Disliked the canned orchestra background music as well as the canned lead guitar. I was close enough to tell the difference.
Km from Las Vegas, Nevada
LEFT US BLUE AND MOODY 9/2018 VEGAS
Hate to write negative review but feel it’s fair. We were underwhelmed by show. You expect better when at a Show on The Strip. And pay $90 ! Used Recording of orchestra. Seriously!? Stage set like a high school gym dance. People left mid show. Save your $ for better shows.
Kacy Murray from Las Vegas, Nevada
MOODY BLUES GAVE US THE BLUES
Attended show 9/ 19. The stage was similar to what you'd see at a high school dance. The video clips were nonsensical and looked like it was compiled in 1977. Annoying lighting shone in audience eyes and Sound was terrible. Hard to believe this is a show on The Strip! The band needs to have some semblance of an orchestra and not recorded music to bring their show up to Strip expectations and to justify the $90 ticket costs. We are boomers and MB was some of our fave music but it is best left to our memories. Disappointed.
Charles Sanders from Las Vegas, Nevada
NOT WORTH $125 (OR EVEN $25)
This concert at Wynns was terrible............ Singing was off on some songs. Laser lights was horrible and affected viewing for most of show. Stay away from this show. Justin Leonard should retire. His voice is no good anymore.
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