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The Rolling Stones Reviews

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Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (3.8 Stars)

Number of reviews: 4



5.0 star rating William Murphy from Boston, Massachusetts


The Rolling Stones are the greatest rock band EVER! The show at Gillette was a reaffirmation of this fact. 2 hour 15 minutes of the greatest rock songs ever.

5.0 star rating Bobby Rabbit from Los Angeles, California


Down to 3 members, the Stones showed they are still one of the greatest performing rock bands ever. Keith and Ronnie were on - or as the late Tom Petty used to say, "get me a glass of water, those guitarist were on fire!" I went to the show as more of a nod to the legacy the Stones and Charlie and came away - 3 hours later with a huge smile on my face. Fantastic show!

4.0 star rating Rockin'Bob from Houston, Texas


I have seen (actually I have heard) better shows from the boys over the years (I have been to 8 Rolling Stones shows since 1975). The sound quality at NRG can be summed up in one word...SUCKS! Not so much from the floor or lower level but if you are sitting anywhere above, the echo and muddled noise is quite distracting! Seeing them in smaller arenas such as The Summit (1998) or at the Toyota Center (2005) were excellent venues for both sight and sound....even the two Astrodome shows I attended (1981 and 1994) sounded better. I saw them at the 2003 show at NRG and the sound was horrible! I went to the U2 show at NRG in 2017 and stood at the stage....the sound was perfect. Moral of this story......don't sit above the lower level at NRG if you want to "hear" the music!!!

1.0 star rating Keith Thornhill from Los Angeles, California


Nothing bad to say about the Rolling Stones. They looked in as good a shape as eve. Seeing them on the screens.appeared to be putting in a 100% effort to do the best job possible, as always. However, the Sofi stadium is completely worthless to see it concert. The sound is so bad you don’t even know what song are singing until several sentences into it when you can kind of hear a word or two. It’s all echoes and muddled roar, love the Rolling Stones but we left at the 9th song, just couldn’t take it anymore. We spent $800 for two tickets, $85 for parking, and the food options are minimal, horrible tasting, and it’s difficult to find an employee that cares about anything. Saw the first football game in there, had a good time, but the food issues were still there. Will never step foot in that stupid stadium again, no matter how wonderful everyone he says it looks.


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