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Absolutely incredible show. RHCP are one of, if
not the last, 90's alternative rock/funk bands
still putting out great music and jaw-dropping
live performances. The light and visual display
is by far the most impressive and extravagant
I've ever seen. Mildly dissapointed in a 90
minute set but still well worth every penny. Go
see them. They still got it.
Ollie from Hamilton, Ontario
Fantastic show, high energy. I haven't been to a
concert as good in years. Just want to say though
deerhoof was horrific. Was the plan in having them
as the warm up band to give us all splitting
headaches? They were pretentious and the lead
singer was a miss kitty wannabe. I could have done
without the breathless pause filled observations
from the band member.
Stevil from Highland, Michigan
RHCP. DETROIT 2017
By far one of the best rock band on the planet. My wife and I have
seen the band many times, and have never been disappointed. The
music was stellar and so was the light show. Absolutely amazing.
The Mazz from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
WHAT MORE COULD YOU ASK FOR.
Great show with tons of energy. Phenomenal
light show. This is the Rolling Stones of my
generation and they know how to please the
crowd. Insane concert experience.
Chris G from Everett, Washington
MAYBE MY EXPECTATIONS WERE TOO HIGH
They started and finished strong, but the entire middle was nap-worthy. I feel like I know a fair amount of their catalog and had never even heard a number of the songs (judging by most of the crowd, they hadn't either). It was awesome to see them so I'm glad we went, just felt like they were kind of going through the motions with minimal energy and true connection with the crowd, and I would have liked to hear more of their up-tempo and well-known songs.
Sam from San Diego, California
CALIFORNIA GIRL SAYS…. NOT SO GREAT
I thought this concert was one of the most boring concerts I’ve been to. There was little interaction from the band to connect with the crowd, there was a few fans cheering, but not like most concerts were fans were excited. People were leaving before the encore. Videography sucked and was spotty at best. Anthony seemed bored - and said little to engage the crowd…. but hey, they’ve been doing this for 40 years… flea said the most about surfing in pb… whatever…
Bri from Las Vegas, Nevada
SELFISH TO NOT PLAY YOUR BIGGEST SONG
How do you not play Under The Bridge ? It’s not right to do that to your fans. They paid to see you, not the other way around. Give them what they want ! And I know there were technical problems, so they had to jam, but the jamming was at least 35% of the entire show.. Fans do NOT want to see too much of it, especially if you’re jamming instead of playing your biggest song of all time. Very disappointed.
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