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Luis Miguel Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.1 Stars)

Number of reviews: 85



1.0 star rating Academic Artist from New York, New York


I saw him years ago at Radio City when he was formidable. The voice was pure and strong; the show was purposely varied. This show was a loud, confusing assault to the senses. He left the stage several extensive times - only to return with either no tie or a tee shirt and paraded the stage as if he had achieved world peace. Then he pointed to the audience so they could sing FULL VERSIONS of two of his great romance boleros. Were that not bad enough, he countiuously pointed in long increments around the audience to get adulation. I love my CDs of his music and will stick to them. On a positive note, he has always used world class musicians and they saved the night from being a total abomination.

1.0 star rating from Denver, Colorado


I had high hopes for this concert and was so disappointed. Like other reviews mention, Luis would leave the stage every 30 minutes or so and the entire venue was in the dark. No explanation as to why he kept disappearing. Did not enjoy his setlist, didn't recognize most of his songs. And then when he did play the ones that everyone knows, he would point the microphone to the audience and have them sing along, barely singing any of the words. The entire show was terrible, and my friend and I ended up leaving early. I would not pay $$ to see him again ...

1.0 star rating from Salt Lake City, U


The sound was horrific! It was too loud and the trumpets sounded like somebody was scratching a blackboard with his nails. It was very obvious he cut the concert short. In fact, he just left the stage without saying thanks or good bye.. I went to the concert 3 years ago and what a great one, but this one? I am ever going back to this concert or to USA a

1.0 star rating Angélica from Tucson, Arizona


Very bad , disappointment,disrespect,no consideration, was 2 hours late, left the stage for at list 8 minutes no explanation just everything all dark, he never apologize for coming late , never heard his voice to say hellooo, in an other words horrible , will never again will pay to see him not worth my time my money ,never again. Will not recommend

1.0 star rating No longer a fan from Tucson, Arizona


I had not seen Luis Miguel live for about 13 years. Last time I saw him, he put up a good show. This time, total disappointment. The music was boring, and the interruptions between songs was ridiculous. What about when the crowd sang No Se Tu for him. All he did was yell a few notes at the end and left. The piano part almost put me to sleep. I couldn't handle one more "technical" interruption and was about to walk away. Poor people that paid thousands to see his lame performance. Never again.

1.0 star rating Tony Muñoz from Modesto, California


The most boring concert I have ever been to. Started 35 minutes late. Then bored the hell out of everyone for an hour with no variation of rhythms, and even stopped and left the stage and came back and blamed the audio engineers until the Mariachi came out. And then he wasn't sure which song to sing. kept singing out of sequence and timing. the worst lighting concert that i've seen. Blinding the public with white bright lights 95% of the time.An artist is suppose to earn cheers and clapping, NOT demand them or wouldn't sing. What a waste of talent. Instead of calling him El Sol de Mexico it should be The Eclipse of Mexico because he doesn't shine anymore.

1.0 star rating JTelles from Sacramento, California


You would think an artist with so many years of experience could get all the sound and equipment working properly before the actual concert and not during. Very distracting and made the concert not very enjoyable. Not only that , he throws his sound guy under the bus, blaming him for his sound problems. If that is the case, hire the best and pay them well. I was looking forward to an excellent concert but definitely did not turn out that way. Get your sh-t trogether, people are paying good hard earned money and expect the best out of you.

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