Lisa from San Francisco, California
GREAT SHOW! A MUST IF YOU LOVE PENTATONIX
The show was amazing!!! They have really upped the production, lighting and overall quality of the show. It’s now 2 hours long. It definitely has the feel of a rock concert, just as they advertise it. Their voices were in excellent condition and they sang many of their older songs fans have been requesting for years. The new original song sounds fantastic and they said there is more to come. Sitting higher up allows you to see more of the stage and the special effects. Sitting on the floor near the right side of the stage is a bit frustrating because a camera on a boom was often in the way. Definitely go see the show if you get a chance
Sabrina from Orlando, Florida
SO MUCH TALENT!
Go to this show! Pentatonix continues to blow me away!!
from Orlando, Florida
i love pentatonix and they put on an incredible show like always! they’re so pure and have genuine talent. i enjoyed it a lot!!!!!
Paulina from Portland, Oregon
BEST CONCERT EVER!!!!
I've been a massive penatholic (pentatonix fan) for about 4 years now, and I've been to their tours in the past, but this one definitely topped it! I got VIP for my second time, it was much better than the first (nicest people you will ever meet, trust me), and since VIP was early access, we also got moved up to right floor, section 6, second row, and the view was amazing! the crowd sold out with 23,000 people, the energy was amazing, they put on a great show for all ages, it's crazy how it didn't even sound like a Capella, They even got the whole crowd to be quiet with off mic song. They interacted with the crowd so well, their opening acts (Citizen Queen and Rachel Platten) were AMAZING as well! their special effects were amazing, the sound quality was amazing, the choreo was amazing as well! i lost my voice from screaming and singing! Felt more like a rock concert than a a Capella show. Was definitely worth the 4 hour drive!
from San Francisco, California
GREAT SHOW ...
.... the worst sound ever .... it has been along time that I have been to the Orical arena for a concert, now I remember why I did not go for a long time: the worst sound ever for such a wonderful Acapella Group: great stage, light and good light effects. ... but do not understand how the base sound hat to be cranked up to the top like it was a rock and roll band.... smaller venue would be a better choice.
G from San Jose, California
....IF YOU LOVE BASS.
My God..... they all have great voices. Why overwhelm it with ear piercing bass. All the voices need to blend together.
Evan from New York, New York
RACHEL PLATTEN STEALS THE SHOW AT PENTATONIX MSG CONCERT 6/6
I'd never seen nor followed any of the acts on this bill. As a lifelong music fan and concert lover I scored an inexpensive (and surprisingly decent) seat in section 212 right over the stage so figured "what the Hell?" With no expectations I went in. Citizen Queen opened with a short, likable acapella set although their stage patter felt programmed and rushed. Then Rachel Platten who fits the "White girl can 'sAng' bill" blew me away. All heart and SOUL, with a booming voice, powerful lyrics, she wore her heart on her sleeve and from the first note I just said to myself, "she's got IT." Just wonderful. And real. Every word about her struggles in NY clubs to post partum issues to the awe she felt playing Madison Square Garden rang true. She just won me over. Pentatonix- as GREAT vocally as they are, disappointed though. Too loud for acapella and just too many bells and whistles. Less is more, folks. From video screens to giant balloons on down. It's all a giant distraction. JUST SING.
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