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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 …
GG from Birmingham, Alabama
CHRIS STAPLETON IN TUSCALOOSA
One word: boring. No doubt, the man is a talented
musician, but the show was poorly paced. He never
really drew the crowd in until an hour into his
performance. By then, people were leaving the
venue. Bring the magic up front Chris! Captivate us.
Perform and entertain us! I was really disappointed.
Prtlndr from Portland, Oregon
GREAT CONCERT - HORRIBLE VENUE
I completely concur with Patrick Daniel's review. The concert was great, and seeing
Chris Stapleton and Marty Stuart performing a few numbers together on the same
stage was a quasi-religious experience. But the Sunlight Supply Amphitheater is a s--
thole of a venue. We paid for the Premier Parking, fought rush hour traffic from
Portland, then spent 45 minutes in the Preferred Parking line, while others cut
around and then in front of us, before we could park. They don't allow you to bring
food or water, so we along with thousands of others, had to endure horrendous
lines for limited food choices. We missed the first 10 minutes of Marty Stuart as a
result. The acoustics in our section of the seated area were fair, at best. When the
concert was finished, we literally ran to our car to try to get out, and at least
succeeded at that. This was my first and last concert ever at this venue.
Patrick daniel from Seattle, Washington
TOO GOOD FOR THE VENUE
Chris Stapelton needs to play in places that fans can relax and enjoy the best concert you
can imagine. The venue is awful to get in and out of and it is unbelievable that fans get
treated so poorly. No rest rooms or water until you get inside the complex. Once your in
you get in more long slow lines for rest rooms and merchandise. $10 lemonade is sold to
those waiting in the hot sun.
I will say that once your in the view is good from all places and the view is nice. Best
concert I have seen since he was in Seattle last year. I will never return to this poorly
organized site to see a concert again.
Woody from Houston tx
Saw him at the rodeo in houston. Talented musician but not an entertainer. If i want to just listen to music ill listen to it on the radio. When i go see a show i want to be entertained. Blah.
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