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Toronto - scotiabank arena November 10th- it was mine and daughter’s first time we have seen him. And it was a downfall of MA which made my daughter bored and sad. I agree with all these reviews: late , tired looking, repetitive comedian (sexist and covid doubts) , and you ,MA , you came to Toronto where English is spoken and crowd was mixed, not even a song in English , at least speak English , respect your crowd , arena was full , full of your fans ! I paid 400$ .., if I was you I would be worried that your fame is fading with age or indifference ?! Which one ? You can’t take the money and run...
Mfisher from New York, New York
Had VIP Suite 109 and it was awesome. 20 guest enjoyed food and drinks. We eagerly awaited Marc Anthony who was almost 2 hours late. I’m grateful we had our own private space which made the wait tolerable,
He started the concert energizing the crowd who awaited his arrival, it was upbeat and definitely got you off your feet.
I just wished he did one or 2 song in English. My Baby you for starters. Overall it was okay, we had a memorable time.
MP from Orlando, Florida
MARC ANTHONY ORLANDO CONCERT LESS THAN FAIR
The concert started a hour and half late . The sound was poor . He did not even care to interact with crowd - none of the pop songs were song . Needless to say I will never attend another one of his concerts.
from Houston, Texas
I've caught several of his shows in the past and this recent performance left much to be desired. The sound was terrible. It seemed as if at times he stopped singing or his voice was not audible. There were also lengthy gaps between songs that left you wondering what was going on. There were too many moments when he would just inexplicable gaze out into the crowd waiting for I don't what.. Lastly, and a cardinal sin in my opinion, he would have the crowd sing half the song. I did not spend money to hear the crowd's version of any song. I paid to hear him sing. Very disappointed..
from Orlando Florida
So the presentation and setup was cool and marc is a good performer.. however, 1. He was very late 2. He didn’t play any of the popular songs, old or new. Only sang salsa songs that all sounded very similar. 3. CRAZY LOUD!! The subwoofer or base and speakers were so loud that it pounded your heart and shook your whole body. Felt scary. Didn’t like that and I’m young, imagine the older people... anyways the audience was awesome, everybody dancing.
A López from Toronto, Ontario
MARC ANTHONY IN TO
This is my first time attending a Marc Anthony’s concert. My sister and I are concert junkies and this year (2019) a lot of Latin artists have come to Toronto, Canada - which has been a blessing. We were very excited for MA concert however he disappointed us. Tickets said 8pm and he came out after 9:30pm, Scotiabank arena was packed and he didn’t sing an entire song alone, the public did most of the job. Also, he appeared to be tired, or intoxicated. He sang for only one hour and did not interact with the public as a singer of his caliber could be expected. We attended last month Mana’s concert and although Fer was sick they sang for almost two hours and Mana gave an spectacular concert. As other comments here, there was no show per say. Get it together Marc! Tickets were $175 so not cheap at all!
Alberto Gonzalez from Miami, Florida
He's a great artist, no one can say differe t. However expectation is hig, he needs to understands that. 1 1/2 hr concert, i simply bot enough. Based on most reviews on this site, that's what you can expecy when performing in the US, Miami being LATAM back yard, didn't scape from those very short 90 mins.
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