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CHRIS STAPLETON MERCEDES BENZ STADIUM IN ATLANTA NOV 12TH, 2022
This concert blew me away! One of the best shows I have ever seen! I have been to many, many concerts in my life. This is a “must see” concert! Just pure raw amazing talent. Right up there with Tom Petty and Bob Seger.
Nicole M. from Toronto, Ontario
BONE CHILLING, AMAZING! 💖🤘🏼
I had the privilege of attending Chris Stapleton's concert last night, and I am still buzzing with excitement from the incredible experience. From the moment he stepped onto the stage, it was evident that we were in for something truly special. Chris's voice, raw and powerful, resonated through the venue, captivating the entire audience. It's no exaggeration to say that his vocal prowess exceeded even the highest expectations.
The visual spectacle was equally mesmerizing. The combination of expertly coordinated lights and stage design created a captivating atmosphere that perfectly complemented the music. It was as if the stage came alive with each note, enhancing the emotional impact of every song.
Accompanied by his phenomenal band, Chris delivered a performance that showcased not only his talent but also the seamless chemistry between the musicians. The band's energy and skill added an extra layer of excitement to the night, contributing to the overall unforgettable experience.
One aspect that truly stood out was the impeccable sound quality. The clarity and perfection of the sound system enhanced the entire performance, allowing every note and lyric to reach the audience with pristine precision. It's a testament to the attention to detail that was put into making sure every concertgoer had the best possible auditory experience.
Chris Stapleton's voice is a force of nature, and witnessing it live is an absolute must for music enthusiasts. The concert was a testament to his exceptional artistry and the dedication he puts into his craft. It's without a doubt that I'd give this concert a resounding five stars. If you ever have the chance to see Chris Stapleton live, don't miss out – it's an experience that will stay with you long after the final encore."
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Kelly Jackson from San Bernardino, California
CONCERT GREAT AMPHITHEATER HORRIBLE
I have looked forward to seeing Chris Stapleton for many years. I received lawn tickets which looked liked reserved seats with row number and seat number. When I arrived, the parking was a virtual nightmare and my Mom (75) and myself had to walk a mile to the venue through piles of trash as they had no receptacles for the thousands of tailgaters in the parking lot. We got up to the lawn and there was no where to sit. The show was oversold by a long shot, again, trash everywhere. Finally, we got a seat and were ran into, run over, had beer poured on us, with no visible control of the crowd, we almost left!! It was a hugely disorganized mess. The music was great, but between fights breaking out and folks getting arrested around us, it was an extremely uncomfortable experience. I am disappointed to say the least, drove from Nevada for this show and quite frankly would never go there again.
KJ Jacobsen from San Diego, California
NORTH ISLAND CREDITUNION
Well I was very excited to see this concert.I love Chris Stapleton. I paid 220.00$$$$ For our seats.
What I found very annoying was there were just a lot of people talking during his show,people you are there for his entertainment. ITS NOT A SOCIAL EVENT DURING THE SHOW,BE RESPECTFUL to the folks that want to see him sing.
Also, did anyone pick this,but during his transition to other songs, sometimes the stage was black and it took 2-3 minutes before they started another song??? All in all a great concert, just sucks getting in and out of that venue. Thank you for listening.
Samantha Wright from Detroit, Michigan
UMMMMM ... MORE LIKE A HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT
Okay, Chris Stapleton has an amazing voice and maybe that's all he needs but when paying $220 a tickets I want a show. This was more like a high school musical. A bunch of lights flashing on and off behind him.... UGH! The transition between songs due to guitar changes was exhausting ... Song ... wait wait wait ... song, wait wait wait ... song. No complaints about his singing but not worth the $$$$$, listen to his CD's.
Kevin from Winnipeg from Winnipeg, Manitoba
THE PEOPLE DESERVE MORE FOR THEIR MONEY
Concert was in Winnipeg.
Stapletons voice was awesome , one of the best voices in music today along with fantastic songs. Sound was excellent.
Not sure how he wins entertainer of the year though.
The whole band is a holla hoop band. I could of threw HH’s around each one of them at the beginning of the show and not one band member including Stapleton would of stepped out of their holla hoop. Not very entertaining.
Canada Life Centre in Winnipeg was a joke as usual. Every-time I go , I say and see the same things.
( I guess I’m the dummy for paying and going to the events )
All the same tricks from the the owners ( TRUE NORTH ) since they bought the Jets back to Winnipeg .
You want a billionaire owner who’s number 1 goal is the fan’s experience to be great , then have a consistent year after year winnipeg team or at least competitive , and then make money last.
Not the reverse. This is why after five years I gave up my Jets season tickets.
No place to park , lines , lines and waiting in more lines. Everything is way over priced. Bad service. You don’t mind paying if the service is well done and quick.
We missed the opening act due to lines. It took 30 mins to get a drink. Yes 30 mins for a $26 double whiskey.
The whiskey review was good! Straight on ice. I wanted to get my moneys worth.
Mens bathroom lines were ridiculous and the ladies way worse. I feel sorry for the ladies. I also like the none matching taps in the bathroom. Great touch. STAY CLASSY WINNIPEG. CMON TRUE NORTH. You know better.
Cramped in the tiny hallways. Cramped in the tiny seats. Go anywhere else and if your 6 feet or over you still have a good time. Not in Winnipeg , TRUE NORTH grinded that out.
PACK EM IN AND MAKE SURE THEY BRING THIER WALLET !!
That should have been the mission statement.
This will be the last concert my wife and I attend at the Winnipeg Canada Life Centre.
More people should make this decision , it has to start somewhere.
If billionaire family’s and millionaire artists are gonna charge what they charge they need to be responsible enough to show the people who pay big prices a good time with a good experience. This is not happening.
As usual, the super star ⭐️ of all these concerts and sporting events were the FANS.
After all the overpriced , lack of service , frustrating things that go along with an event in Winnipeg the FANS still come through and put on a show with their exuberance and good will.
Well done WINNIPEG fans.
You deserve more !!
Laura from sun valley Nev from Nevada
TOYOTA AMPLE THEATER NEVER AGAIN
CS was amazing the venue not so much ,first timer in wheatland I prefer outdoor concerts for the freedom so I bought in the grass tickets ,big mistake I swear that over sold by 10k I’d never seen so many people for the supposed 18k allowed … not very handicap friendly lots of walking and 3 flights of stairs …
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