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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



3.0 star rating La Incondicional from Chicago, Illinois


The music over powered his voice. Maybe that is what he wanted. What you could hear wasn’t his usual strong and sweet voice. You could tell he was moved when he saw the packed venue. He made up for any short comings in enthusiasm. I was a bit disappointed, but i’d still go back to see him again. He’s been the soundtrack of my life.

3.0 star rating Cecypinal from Los Angeles, California


Great musicians, Luis needs to sing more of his songs in their entirety because we came to hear his voice. Needs to put the mic closer to his mouth so we can make out what he is singing or do a better sound check on his mic. He does entertain well but we want to hear him sing more. Dances on stage was fun but hell we came to hear him sing. Ok you get my point. Artist in general need to know we don’t want to hear audience sing we want them to sing.

3.0 star rating Muchacho de Hoy from Cincinnati, Ohio


LM used to give great shows. This time he avoided pretty much all the high notes in his songs, either by singing a different melody with a much lower note, or turning the mic to the audience. He also sped up through the phrases to shorten long notes. If he's tired, he should take some time off, and not charge huge amounts of money for people to go see a mediocre Luis Miguel. It was also weird that he didn't say a single word to the audience. No good evening, no thanks, nothing at all. It was quite disappointing.

3.0 star rating Eliza from Portland, Oregon


I LOVE Luis Miguel and have been a fan since 1992. This was my 5th concert and I think it was his first time ever in Portland, Oregon. But, there were a couple of things that really disappointed me and affected my overall experience. I didn't find out about the cancellation until I was already in the area after taking time off from work, taking an Uber and paying for dinner. As a dedicated fan, I re-arranged my schedule for Saturday to do it all over again. Plus, 1. The concert didn't start on time--rude. 2. He never said a word to audience. 3. He never apologized for the cancellation or thank fans for coming back the next day--disappointing. 4. He always comes back for an encore--this time he didn't! After a cancellation, a few songs would have been warranted. As much as I love his music, this experience left me with a sour taste and doubt I will ever go back to any of his concerts. It said a lot about his personality and it just didn't sit well with me.

3.0 star rating Liz from Austin, Texas


First of all, I’m a huge fan of Luis Miguel. I’ve been listening to his music since I was a kid. This was my 4th time seeing Luis Miguel. In the past his shows were on point. However, this time things felt off…weird. The show started 40 minutes late. He gets on stage and says nothing to the crowd “Hello Austin”..nada. He played his Romances hits which was cool. Then he did this weird duet with Michael Jackson’s audio and Frank Sinatra. It didn’t feel like it fit the vibe of the show. Towards the end of the show, I noticed it was hard to hear him at times because he wasn’t holding the mic close enough to his mouth. He did get the audience hyped up at the end, but then out of nowhere the audio stopped and the jumbo screens went out. He didn’t stop nor did the band. They continued, but there was no sound or it couldn’t be heard up in the higher seats. He ended the show like nothing weird was happening. People chanted for one more and he stood there and waved goodbye and then exited the stage. It was a non ending to the show. Plus it ended early..about 9:18 pm. It wasn’t the normal 2 hours plus. Weirder than all of that, he never talked to the audience. I’m not sure what happened quite honestly. Did he cut the show early on purpose? Was he tired? Maybe there are too many shows on the tour. Idk but my friends and I felt a bit cheated. I’m still a fan but this might be my last show.

3.0 star rating Cesar from Chicago, Illinois


first time seen LM. found the concert very entertaining and sounded great, unfortunately LM's voice was drowned out by the orchestra. i would have enjoyed hearing actually sign. from my position it looked like he was lip singing all night. Also, he started show 40 minutes late and concert only lasted 1 hr 1/2. VERY rude & disappointing. have been to other artist' shows that last 2 & more hours. Lastly I noticed that LM came on and started singing without ever acknowledging the audience. he never stopped to say hello or one single word to the audience. many other arists take time to interact with us. gives the impression that "i want to get this over with". After abrubtly ending the show early he walked off stage with audience asking for more (only 1 & 1/2 hr show!!!!). Again this was my first time and if this is his typical concert I would NOT recommend. save your hard earned money and listen to him at home.

3.0 star rating Ana Castro from Livingston, NJ


I love Luis Miguel as an artist, the venue, the show, the band were amazing, but I was tremendously disappointed, this explains why he couldn’t present the players and didn’t speak to the audience. Luis Miguel this is a mistake in your career, focus on speech therapy and return to singing.

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