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Alicia Keys Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 28



1.0 star rating M.r. kuzma from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


The sound system and acoustics ruined what should have been a good experience. We were in the upper tier, the sound in this area overwhelmed any piano, voice and drum except for a pounding base sensation accompanied by a shrill and at times painful midtrange. Either Ms. Keys technicians were incompetant or the acoustics of the arena are deficient. This was my first visit to the Met.

1.0 star rating Betty Lewis from Detroit, Michigan


The unrelenting sound system overpowered the entire show and ruined the concert. We were unable to hear AK and many patrons walked out of the show early. Even when she played the soft piano songs, the venue vibrated with unrelenting bass. The worse concert the I have ever attended. One positive note was that the presentation of the show was interesting and unique. It’s a shame we were unable to enjoy it.

1.0 star rating Sally Glover from Kansas City, Missouri


Following the long COVID delay, the excitement was over the top. However, from Alicia's first number until the final one(which were largely hip-hop) it was close to impossible to hear her talk or sing (due to the OVERWHELMING BASE) or see her, since the speakers were mounted in front of the closed circuit monitors. Obviously her intent was to reach a younger demographic and sell her music. So sad, when there have been so many great songs during her career. Totally unrelatable to anyone over the age of 45. A better bet would be to wait for an indoor performance, in hopes the techs will fine tune the balance of instruments prior to the show.

1.0 star rating Kathy wrightwood from Orlando, Florida


It was a horrible show in one of the prettiest venues in Orlando. I saw Alicia Keys in LA when she hosted the Grammys in 2020. I love her for her classically trained piano playing. Last night was like a rap concert. It was so loud, my inner ear is still throbbing. Not sure why she's trying to change who she is, and what she does best. I thought we were going to see her classic ballads. Save your money. I understand artists wanting to change and grow, but she has forgotten who she is. Very self- indulgent asking us to vote in rap vs classic? Horrible show

1.0 star rating Steve from Orlando, Florida


Sound was awful. Base pounding mess. Obviously they don't know how to tone the production down for a small venue

1.0 star rating Diane R from San Diego, California


I adore Alicia Keys and was so excited to see her after a three year-three rescheduled wait. But while I had great seats on the arena floor, I had to leave the concert after two songs. The bass was physically overwhelming. Her vocals were overpowered Such a shame.


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