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Michael Buble Reviews

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Average customer review: 4.5 star rating (4.3 Stars)

Number of reviews: 52



3.0 star rating A fan from Toronto, Ontario


I love his voice but tonight could not enjoy it due to the poor quality of the sound... his voice was not clear enough.... very disappointing. Did not like some of his jokes and the F word that hie used; not appropriate for such a prestigious professional musician. His band musicians were great. The Torontonian artist who sang a solo song was awesome! Another unpleasant thing was being asked to pay in American dollar at the time of on-line purchase of tickets! Overall the whole experience did not meet my enthusiastic prior expectation.

3.0 star rating Disappointed Fan from Las Vegas, Nevada


We were so excited to travel and spend the money to finally see him and to be to honest it was just okay. The smoke in the theatre was very distracting and he spent a lot of time talking and not singing. He seemed out of performance shape which was surprising considering this was his last show here not his first. He didn’t play all the classics but instead opted for new songs and a cheesy Elvis Vegas song when he didn’t even play “Haven’t Met You Yet.” We were disappointed that the show didn’t meet expectations but just good to know moving forward. Also the venue was not great…very disorganized with entry process into show and theatre itself was not well designed for optimal viewing.

3.0 star rating A. Collier from Athens, AL


My wife and I saw Michael Buble' last night at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Well... almost. Concert was great and musicians AMAZING, but when Michael told folks to get up on their feet and dance if they wanted to, a number of people in front of us took him literally and moved a few feet to their left (against the runway) COMPLETELY blocking our view of the stage, big screen in front, etc. They stayed there the rest of the night. The usher sitting next to me (and her boss) refused to ask them to sit down and told me "they can stand against the rail" - even though that put them directly front of us and blocked our view.. We got to see MB a few times when he came down the runway, but for 90 minutes of the two-hour concert, we just stared at the backsides of the folks who HAD SEATS right in front of us but refused to use them. We'll just watch him on TV next time and won't be back to Bridgestone Arena for ANYTHING!

3.0 star rating from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


Started more than a 1/2 hour late. Opening dramatic and fun. Entertaining show, but I had a hard time understanding all the words. Don’t know if it was the acoustics. At times, very loud unnecessarily. Michael is a great showman, not always the best singer. Variety of song choices was good. He did involve the audience with most songs.

3.0 star rating JR from Los Angeles, California


Went to see Michael at the Crypto after the Pandemic crisis. Love the songs, singers and band. He is such a classy man he does not need too use to much faul or naughty language to be loved. I want to be able to bring my kids to a concert in the future. We did enjoy the majority of it.

3.0 star rating from Montreal, Quebec


It's obvious the intent of the tour was to create a setting that was as intimate as possible... and visually, that was achieved (e.g., long walkway projecting out from the main stage that was well used, colours projected). Where the intimacy fell down was with the sound which, for those sitting in the upper seats (i.e., almost nose-bleed level), it was really difficult to make out what he said he interacted with the audience or even the words when he was singing. I get the "you get what you pay for" opinion, and I'm assuming the sound was better in lower levels (given rave reviews I've been reading) but I think the tour would be better if they got rid of the upper seats to ensure all concert goers get the intended, intimate expereince.

2.0 star rating Dana Russell from Kansas City, Missouri


I was so excited to go to my first Michael Buble concert in Kansas City. His opening song was an older one. He said I bet you thought I’d come out singing my Christmas hits. He then flipped off the crowd. I was shocked and disappointed. I will not be attending another concert!

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