PR from Toronto, Ontario
CHER TORONTO CONCERT
Too many costumes changes, not impressed having-to watch videos or dancers until she came back out. Cher has so many iconic songs, so was totally disappointed she sang 3 ABBA songs.. paid to hear Cher songs. Not even a goodbye Toronto,, people were thinking she would at least do an encore..but no, we got a wave goodbye and the. The lights came on
Sally from Toronto, Ontario
I found the concert boring and she barely moved. She is 73 and still in great shape but her age showed. I would not attend another concert of hers. It felt too much like a production about Cher and not really a concert. The sound was horrible and I think she was lip syncing. Disappointing.
Debbie Rees from Toronto, Ontario
Saved up to go to this concert, what a disappointment the sound was awful couldn't hear Cher. her lead guitarist was way to loud lots of vibrations I don't remember any of her song having all that guitar. won't go back or change her sound system
Greg from Buffalo, New York
First, I would like to say the stage setup was amazing and we were near the center on the floor so the sound was great also. I was disappointed because I paid to see Cher sing, live, not watch music videos which I can do on YouTube for free. She spent a good part of the show telling stories and telling us how great she is. She did not sing, live, for a good portion of the show. She has a killer voice! I just wish I could have heard more of it. I also went to see Elton John a few years ago and he played for 3-1/2 hours! Granted, he is a year younger than Cher, but still... This concert reminded me of the movie Office Space and the interview that Peter Gibbons had with the Bobs where he explains that in a given week, he only does 15 minutes of actual work. That's about what Cher did. Her outfits were amazing and I realize it takes time to change into them but still, we would rather have heard her sing.
Patsy from Boston, Massachusetts
Saw her 5 years ago, fantastic.. This time I was disappointed. Had to wait, too much talking and lousy ending. She just left the stage, lights went on and it was over. Like WOW is that it?She still looks great,
Mark from Boston, Massachusetts
We waited 30 minutes after the warm up band finished for Cher to come out. She didn't seem too engaged. Cher told a story that went in many directions and went on too long. She has so many songs of her own but sang other performers songs. Her agility on stage appeared limited but I guess that comes with age. She was on stage for an hour and a half and some of it spent talking. The ending was bad with bad, just a wave, nobody knew if it was really over or not. It was my first time seeing her live. I should have gone when she was more in her prime. Still love her songs..................
Mary Lee Pagliaroli from Buffalo, New York
SEEN IT BEFORE - 16 YEARS AGO
I love Cher, & was excited to see her again. Last time was her "Farewell Tour" in 2003. The show was great, but a lot of it was exactly the same as it was 16 years ago! I can't believe the show hasn't changed much since then... Disappointed it was too short & had a lot of filler. I felt like she is calling it in. She's still fabulous, but it's like she doesn't have to try anymore.
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