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I have high praise for Elton. He played his extensive catalog of hits. The band was tight. John's musicianship and performance was exactly what I'd expect of a 75 year old pop star. It was a mic drop final show. My only slight is that the dBs in the Excel Energy Center hovered between 95-100. I know people may say 'Ok Boomer,' but the hall was filled with Boomers. My favorite parts when it was just John at the piano.
Nancy & Karen from Syracuse, New York
EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION FOR DISABLED ATTENDEES
I was really impressed with the relative ease for getting to and from the concert at the Dome. We parked in HDCP pkg, not far from buses, didn't wait in the shuttle bus line (my partner can't stand for more than a few minutes), there was a staffer inside to bring her to her section (307), though she had to go up 1 flight of stairs which we didn't expect based on my prior phone call).
It was tough to be on a bench without a seatback, but we left before the encore, and quickly found a wheelchair to bring her back to the gate. I could not get to Gate A without many explanations due to stair closings, but finally got to her and we reached the bus before the crowd left the stadium.
Todd from San Antonio, Texas
GOODBYE TO A LEGEND
Elton still has the vocals of 30 years ago! He was fabulous. There will never be another Elton John! He played to the crowd well in San Antonio. Didn't rate a 5 as thought the guitars were so loud during songs it was drowning out Elton - he could have carried that concert on his own just sitting at the piano - his voice and piano skills still amazing!!! He changed the tune on several old classics, not preferred, but it was well worth it th final journey down the yellow brick road. Thank you Elon for decades of entertainment!
GREG from Los Angeles, California
LOVE ELTON - DODGER STADIUM - NOT SO MUCH
Elton was fantastic and I enjoyed every minute I saw. I stress "every minute I saw" because getting into Dodger Stadium ended up requiring a 1.5 mile uphill march, followed by a LONG wait at the gate, long wait to get a wristband and bottlenecks as far as the eye could see. We missed the first 5-6 songs dealing with this confusion. I will not be attending another concert in this venue. I've gotten in and out of Coachella faster. BUT - Elton was WORTH IT!
GARY from Los Angeles, California
GREAT SHOW , POOR VENUE
I have seen Elton multiple times since the late 70's , he is always great and the show last night at the dodgers stadium was no exception . Fantastic sound, great band , classic songs and Elton being Elton . My only negative is the venue. The ability to get to dodgers stadium was painful. Traffic control was appalling and the end result was lots of empty seats as people struggled to get into the venue. How can this be such a mess . The stadium is way to big , the stage too far away so the atmosphere was poor to say the least . I saw the same show at staples and it was much better because it was a better venue , I understand why Elton wanted to play there because of the history but he sacrificed alot to do that .
John Z. from Las Vegas, Nevada
About what I expected for a 72-year-old singer. He still has great stage presence, but the voice falters. Still a wonderful pianist and his band was fabulous.
The visuals were terrible, disjointed and bizarre. I’m sure the Elton John groupies loved it, but to normal people the visuals and lighting were distracting and annoying. The sound was way too loud; we were vibrating, pure noise pollution.
The T-Mobile arena sucked. We paid big bucks for floor seating and couldn’t even see Elton John. They had him buried on the far-left side of the stage, lower than some of the the band members. Never again will I go to this venue.
Okay now from Syracuse, New York
HARD TO KNOW IF ELTON JOHN WAS NOT WARMED UP OR THE ACOUSTICS IN JMA DOME ARE THAT AWFUL
The overall concert was enjoyable. The first two numbers sounded like they hadn't done a sound check. The energy of the fans seem to help. The acoustics in the Dome are dreadful. Not a great place for a concert. The people who designed the Dome should be made to sit in the stadium seating for 3 hours a day for month. No obvious thought to any comfort.
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