Megan Hinds from Waterloo quebec
Words can not even describe how crazy awesome this show was!!! <3 Drove over 7 hours from quebec to get there and it was so worth it <3
Karim from Denver, Colorado
JASON ALDEAN DALLAS 2018
We flew in from Denver Colorado just to see this show and what a show it was. I was privileged to have VIP passes from my daughter in law. We got to see Jason in a acoustic setting under a tent for just a few fans. I was so close I could almost touch him. He played a few songs like ride on my big green tractor. We then moved on to the main stage where we saw Luke combs, he was very good. Then Jason came out and sang for so long I was shocked he and his band are terrific the whole concert was awsome. I'm 58 and I was doing my boot kicking dancing all night. Thanks Mr. Aldean I will remember it forever.
Kristen from Salt Lake City, Utah
USANA ALWAYS ROCKS!
Even with the unexpected chilliness, Chris and Jason did not disappoint a sold out Usana Crowd! Usana is by far, our fave venue for Utah summer shows. We had a blast! If you wanna sit down to enjoy the show, stay home cuz Usana is always a party!! Lawn seats offer good views but they don't allow folding chairs so bring a blanket. Reserved Seats offer a guaranteed place but IMO the lawn is just as good and saves you a couple bucks for awesome nachos and other classic concession options or overpriced Utah beers.
Sean from Akron, Ohio
DOES ANYONE CARE?
Mr Aldean and other musicians played music with positive spirit. But, the sound was terrible; the bass frequencies drowned out melodic content and dynamic content of other instruments and Aldean’s vocals. I wonder if Mr. Aldean knows how needlessly abrasive his vocals were made due to over amplification and e.q, settings. I understand people pay for glitz and volume; however, we also pay to hear the nuisances of vocals and instrumentation of his beautiful songs we first encounter from radio or streaming. My partner and I were robbed by the lack of concern of Aldean’s production company to deliver a pleasing sound mix. If Aldean were to have checked out the sound as an audience attendee , I believe he would have been disappointed. As my partner and I left after the fourth song, we met others leaving early for the same reason: our hearing and Aldean’s music were being butchered by poor audio management. We were robbed.
Nicole from Boston, Massachusetts
Their was no real “show”. Just the artists up there singing. Nothing exciting. It was too quiet and the crowd had zero life. Extremely mediocre.
Holden C. from Salt Lake City, Utah
THE SADDEST COUNTRY SONG HE EVER SANG...
Year after year My wife and I spend her birthday going to a country concert. This year she decided she wanted to see Jason Aldean. Man was I excited! We have both loved his style of music since he first stepped on the scene. In fact, most of my liked songs on any given music platform are a lot of his songs. ‘Twas was the night of the concert. I had paid for early entry and pit tickets my wife had even purchased a hat in hopes the he might sign it! Standing in the very front of the stage, my wife was the only one who purchased the red Jason Aldean hat. I thought Man, the odds have got to be in our favor! My poor wife was a trooper, three months pregnant and still wanting to stand to watch this country god put on a show. The first show of the night was Carly Pearce, it was great. People were setting their fan gear on the stage and she signed everything. Next up, Kane Brown. The crowd went crazy he even high fived my wife and I’s hands. Once again, everyone sat their fan gear, hats, boots. Whatever they had, and he signed it. A true class act Kane Brown was. Now it was time for the main attraction. A guy I always thought sure, I’d have a beer with him. He seems like a guy’s guy ya’ know? A real stand-up guy. My wife three months pregnant, and having some back pain now decided that maybe she should set her hat on the edge of the stand. I agreed, it appeared to be the common and logical thing to do. I mean, we had never been in the front row before. Besides, the two attractions beforehand invited this type of action. BOOM, BOOM, BOOM! Jason came ripping out onto the stage and began to sing. His eyes fixated on this red hat. Was he impressed? Did he wonder what type of dedicated fan had paid this much to sit up front and buy this new hat? As the song went on frame by frame, his eyes still fixated on the hat on this stage. WAIT, was he pissed off? I noticed the look, but I dare not say anything to wife. My wife is very perceptive herself. After a couple songs wife noticed something off and removed the hat and put it on. It was difficult on her neck at this point. My wife is a real stud though, no complaints to me. In the last few songs many were holding their cowboy hats, t-shirts I mean he signed EVERYTHING. I mean EVERYTHING. The image that I can’t get out of my head is my poor wife stretching out hat in hand for the last three songs of the night. Jason staring, glaring, proving a point I suppose. “Nobody sets shit on my stage.” I still think Jason is a talented singer and good performer, I can’t listen to his music without thinking about what a petty person he is. Jason, if we had known the proper etiquette, we would have abided by it. The saddest song to me of the night, was that of my wife still singing along to your music when deep inside I knew she was sad. I often thought, was I overreacting. I thought so until I watched the video of the concert.
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