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Beach Boys Reviews

Indie & RockConcerts

Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (3.9 Stars)

Number of reviews: 28



2.0 star rating Chris la from Paramus, New jersey

BERGEN PAC 11/13/23

It was kind of sad. Mike Love is doing the best he can, but the voice just isn't there anymore. Bruce was standing behind the keyboards, but didn't seem to be playing much. The visuals behind them were nostalgic. The second half of the show started extremely loud, but then they blew a transformer or something. The balance of the show was acoustic which was disappointing as the bigger hits are performed in the second half. Save your money.

1.0 star rating M. A. Smithson from Nashville, Tennessee


I felt like I was at a concert for a retirement home. I got laughs from how ridiculous it was. A total waste of money. The two guys are 78 and 77. They have lost their voices and any rhythm. The younger guys carried the show, but it was an expensive night. We left at intermission and were glad we didn't wast any more time there.

1.0 star rating P.Murphy from Minneapolis, Minnesota


I agree, hang it up boys.

1.0 star rating Ski Girl from Los Angeles, California


Like listening to a cover band with bad voices. I’m going to pretend that I never saw or heard them live tonight, so I can still enjoy their old glorious recordings.

1.0 star rating J ValensJ from Los Angeles, California Hollywood Bowl


Horrible concert. Should have been called John Stamos concert. Mike Love should go home and stop taking people's money. Most songs sung by a mediocre back up band and Stamos prancing around. Bad sound mixing and a total waste of the LA Philharmonic .

1.0 star rating Me from Los Angeles, California


This was indeed the John Stamos concert - he did awesome on drums and speech. Mike Love totally ruined it - it was like an old gentlemen playing 'karaoke' at a bar, but at a grand event. Baritone in the original Beach Bays sounds was non-existent. Fake sounding voice. Total disaster. Crowds were leaving right after the fireworks and before the next song.

1.0 star rating Not Mike Love Again! from Los Angeles, California


I paid $200 for terrace seats and the concert was a total disappointment. Mike (foot in mouth) Love came across like a sloppy old fart at a bar with his distasteful "yo mamma" joke and amateur karaoke in totally bad taste. No morals. He tried to make the concert more about himself rather than the Beach Boys. However, he was far eclipsed by John Stamos on the guitar and drums - that and the fireworks was worth about $50 (not $200). The stand-in (fake) band sounded nothing like the Beach Boys. It was basically an amateur concert for a seniors home by seniors. No skills except for John. Philharmonic was good as were late fireworks. Many people left early in discontent. Shame on Management for picking a non-existent band. Could have invited The Eagles instead.


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