Romeo Santos Reviews
from San Antonio, Texas
THE KING ROMEO SANTOS
Concert was great cant wait to see him again
Latino concert reviewer from Tampa, Florida
HIS VOICE DROWNS IN THE CROWD
The concert was one hour ten minutes behind schedule. His promoter probably did this as a way to kill a pre-show that was never offered. With so many bachata bands and singers and the concert could not fill the first hour? This was pretty weak. He definitely was lip singing on several occasions. This was most noticeable when he tried to transition the microphone from the crowd back to his mouth. His voice was drowned by the crowd. The fans really need to allow the singer to sing and this really never happened during the entire concert. The background scenes was really weak. With so many videos under his belt and yet not many was used. He used the fans as a scapegoat to waste concert time. This is so true when he kept grabbing phones after phones to conduct selfies as a way to kill time. On a good note, some fans left with selfies that are now part of the social media. By the way, The two large screens did not offer a good view. Too much equipment blocking the view.
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