Zamira from Las Vegas, Nevada
Sept 9 at Park MGM I'll never forget in my life. The best show ever!!! 2 hours of pure pleasure!!! I had a seat 8 in section 101, row 2, he was soo close... I thought I'm gonna pass out. He performed all of my favorite songs (except of Gorilla, but in that case I'd passed out 100%). And even after the curtain fell, the crowd (and me) was screaming so loud and so long that he performed one more song... That was incredible, when we sang Grenade with the crowd... Felt stronger than any weed. Bruno was dancing and entertaining stunningly, as well as his amazing crew. The show was on the highest possible (and impossible) level. Next time I will buy a ticket in a first row in the center! Bruno absolutely worths all amount of money in the world. I want to thank him so incredibly much for his unbelievable show and unbelievable feelings that you have after the show!!! Thank you Bruno, you are the most amazing artiste in the world!
Diana from Las Vegas, Nevada
OPENING DAY CHEESE
As a Bruno Mars fan, I adore his bigger than life persona, his funky with a touch of vintage style, and his collection of songs are incomparable. I expected this from his Las Vegas show as well. First off, the fog machine filled the already dry desert air, making breathing difficult as you located your seats. Excellent venue, no bad seats in the house! He sounded great and danced his tail off for just under two hours. I had observed how they selected women who were scantily clad and placed them to sit/stand in middle of the front row, right in front of Bruno so the cameras also scanned them often. There were some very small, yet quite cheesy antics that took place that really stood out as reducing the quality of the show. Whomever designed/directed the show, missed their mark and seemed like they were turning in a school assignment last minute by “Oh, let’s just stick this in it here” delivery. Yes, I expected more quality and bigger than life from Bruno in Vegas. Biggest disappointment was he didn’t sing Grenade. In closing, I will continue to listen to him sing and watch him dance over and over.
Roger Marshall; from Las Vegas, Nevada
DISAPPOINTED BRUNO FAN
Bruno is without a doubt one of the most talented performers of our day. The Park Theatre sound/acoustics are very poor, heard instruments more than Bruno, should be reversed. The fog machine & pyro have got to go, poor execution, filled theatre with smoke for 90 minutes, can't see Bruno for the smoke from pyro/fog. Lighting sucked... directed right into audience eyes, stage is backlit so all we see is silhouettes. Hope he plays Hollywood Bowl someday, much better acoustics for his style show.
Former Fan from Las Vegas, Nevada
POMPOUS AND SILLY
I saw Bruno a year or so ago and he was great! This time, though, he disallowed cell phones so “everyone there could just enjoy him for 90 minutes.” We has to put our phones in locked pouches and have them unlocked after the concert. This was just silly because he could have just said to please not use flashes or the phone light and invite people to enjoy a great live concert without having to post it all to social media. Instead, we were kept from using our phones. What if there was an emergency either personal related or at the venue itself (shooting, fire, etc)?! It was also irritating that he stood there and said he could do anything he wanted since he’s a star. Reminded me of Trump saying he could shoot someone on 5th Avenue and everyone would still love him. I won’t be going to another show - so long Bruno! 😢
John H from Las Vegas, Nevada
SO DISAPPOINTED!!!!! Bruno is Bruno - we all know what an epic dancer/singer/entertainer he is. So that is what we were expecting to see live at the Park Theater in Vegas (Sept 2019 since these reviews do not appear to be dated). Issues: 1. The show was 1 hour and 10 minutes long! Who has a concert for 70 minutes?? I spent nearly $1200 on great seats to surprise my wife for her birthday, as she loves Bruno and always wanted to see him. Flew in, hotel, whole deal. 2. No connection with the audience. It was like he was just going thru the motions, another performance to do. Done. No engagement or connection that you expect when you see live performances. 3. Minimal dancing and actual “performance”. This was a key thing we expected since he is known as such a great dancer and entertainer. Overall, greatly disappointed and feel completely ripped off. Bruno, your fans deserve better than that. Stop mailing it in now that you have residency in Vegas.
NB from Las Vegas, Nevada
I took my wife to the Sept 9th show. There were some issues. The sound system was unbalanced. Bruno's voice was way lower than the bands instruments often leaving him drowned out. The second major problem was his gloating that the audience had their phones locked up. He cheekily sung that he took our phones away. Which ain't true. We gave up our phones through free choice to watch him perform and sing on stage. He needs to understand that we are paying him to dance and perform on stage. He isn't paying us. So he should get on with putting on a good show and not try to take the mickey out of the audience. On with the show. Living with the tachbical problems of the sound the performance seemed a little lame. More ad-libbed than rehearsed. Mars and his band walked and bounced around the stage with minimum interaction with themselves or the audience. He left his popular and known songs until the end, which coupled with the poor audio gave the show an unexciting first 60 minutes. The confetti finally with his big hits redeemed a star in this review. Coupled with an excellent drum solo, but we're hear to see and hear Bruno Mars not an unknown drummer. The drummer was better. My wife loved it. I showed up as a neutral fan and left as a lesser fan from the experience. Terrible value for money.
Wolf Apelt from Chilliwack, British Columbia
GREAT ARTISTRY DROWNED IN RUMBLE & NOISE.
Traveled down from Canada just to see Bruno Mars, spend more than thousand U$ and had great expectations to see him in Vegas, the capital of great performances. Everything went as expected until the curtain, 20 minutes late, was rising with a great bang and we were bombarded with loud noise and blinding lights. It turned out to be the act of the night, Bruno Mars it was suggesting in 'greater than life' letters for half of the show. My wife & I are seasoned concert goers and have experienced more than a dozen venues in LasVegas, but this MGM Park Theater is one of the worst arenas in the world. I don't know what this hall was designed for but it is definitely not for music or theater. The sound engineering, if there was any at all, turned this building into a headache, turning any sound into noise. We were planing to see Lady Gaga - Jazz & Piano but will skip this because of the venue. MGM Park Theater never again.
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