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Enjoyed the show the first act was uplifting and motivating to get the crowd going. Cher was really good and proves that she still has class and style. She still has her same voice no different and did not disappoint. Her team was entertaining between her fabulous costume changes. I was glad I saw the show. You go girl. For 73 she rocked it!
Madeleine T from Vancouver, British Columbia
I'VE NEVER WITNESSED ANYTHING SO ICONIC IN MY LIFE. I mean I am only 20 and was one of the youngest audience members but STILL. Highlight of my life honestly. Nothing and nobody can ever compare to Cher xx
Richard Hansen from Las Vegas, Nevada
Cher in LV, okay we're in! We get great seats and paid for it, granted. It was our first time seeing her live. We sat, and sat,and sat,....and sat. We were on time, but where was Cher? 45 minutes plus and finally the lights went down. Funny thing was, I think the audience was having more fun enjoying the Bee Gees' song than to have to wait for "the show". A number of people were saying their were walking out. The first song happens and there she is in front of all of us. Then, we get to hear 'a story', a long, unimportant story of name dropping, and more name dropping, and a long personal important part of her life (to her). Were we there to hear her speak or lecture? We we're not going to ever no why the show didn't start on time. We were not going to ever get those 45 minutes back. We were going to accept that we paid a dear price and enjoy what few songs were going to fit in what was left on the time clock before the end of the show. She never introduced her backup people. Those people filled and completed the performance. Never have I ever witnessed a lead performer not introduced their back up people. Since it was the first and only concert with Cher, it was fun to see her live. She should have remembered her first shows years ago when they were hungry. Even though they have performed "it" thousands of times, the audience came to see it fresh, new, and not familiar. Imagine meeting that special person for the first time. That is the feeling a performer needs to put across to their audience every time they step on the stage. Never met her, never saw her live. We came to hear her sing. She did. Should have been on time and limited the talk to her backstage friends... not her audience. A lot of us never saw her perform before. We were taken advantage of on Saturday the 24th. Like the story of the $28k, hopefully we paid the bill.
DRL from Las Vegas, Nevada
Cher was late starting the show, appeared to have slurred speech when she was telling old stories. She still has a great voice from what I could tell but this show was not worth $300.00. I really felt cheated. In addition, a you g woman and her 2 male companions were descriptive using the small area for seating to dance. I was struck by the young woman several times and when she would return to her seat she would nearly sit on her drink. I opted to leave 45 minutes into the performance. A total waste of time and money. I think Cher needs to seriously retire. She looks great and I love the time she and Sonny performed together. I did not spend $300 to see how videos and audios of time past.
Kristene Bowers from Las Vegas, Nevada
CHER IS AWESOME!
Wow! This woman kills it. Rocking on at 73!!! She looks and sounds amazing and the wardrobe changes are awesome! See it! Just go see it!
C Stewart from Eugene, Oregon
WOW....NOT WHAT I WAS EXPECTING!
I was so excited to see Cher....have loved her for years but so disappointed!! I figured I would be standing up the whole time singing along with her as she sang hit after hit....I was so wrong! I didnt stand up once....and the hits were few. The music and backup singers over powered her the majority of the time. Too much of everything else...dancers,costume changes and just not enough songs. Dont get why she had to lip sync either when all she did was walk back and forth on the stage. When she was done....she just walked off with a little wave and that was it!!! Anyway...over all I'm glad I saw her and she looked great for 73 but that doesnt mean you need to have another comeback tour. Still a fan but the experience was not what I hoping for!
Brian from Portland, Oregon
CHER AT MODA 11/19/19
Have always loved seeing her, but last night was painful at times. We were in the 4th row on the floor, and she clearly looked exhausted at the beginning of the show. She could not time her lip syncing with the first two songs, and then proceeded with a nonsensical rambling and name dropping monologue for an extended period. We thought she was about to have a Judy Garland moment and drop out onto the stage. As the show progressed, she seemed to surprisingly perk back up and actually began to sing over the background track. She skipped some of her most iconic songs, and the show seemed very disjointed. The highlight was Nile Rogers and Chic for the opening.
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