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Pentatonix Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.0 star rating (2.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 42



2.0 star rating from Boston, Massachusetts


I was really looking forward to seeing the Christmas show. Howeve,r I was extremely disappointed that they music was so loud that it drowned out the singers' voices. I had to leave as it gave me a headache. Does not even sound close to what you see on You Tube. I wish they did less with all the ba ba ba during the pauses.

2.0 star rating Disappointed Patron from Dallas, Texas


I was looking forward to hearing Pentatonix at the venue in Grand Prairie, and have listened to Pentatonix for the entire 8 years of their public career. I was so disappointed, however, because the concert was terrible! They were having MAJOR pitch problems, tempo and rhythm issues, and could not stay together...I was stunned! I took several video clips, just to make sure it hasn’t been my imagination, but it was awful! The only redeeming thing about the concert was the cello with beatboxing...he was excellent, as usual, but the rest just didn’t pull it off. I was very sad to see $200 concert tickets provide such a musically disastrous performance. I wanted to leave after the first few songs, but stuck it out, hoping they’d get their act together, but it never happened. Every now and then, their usual harmony would pop out and ring, but then they’d lose it again. For a group who usually sound fantastic and have such amazing vocal harmony, they struggled with breath, pitch, and tempo...

2.0 star rating Jerry L from Atlanta Georgia


Love Pentatonix and had seen them before in NYC. Came to the concert at Legacy Arena with great anticipation of hearing beautiful music. Could not believe what I heard. From the very start the bass literally shook the building and made your seat vibrate and I was in the upper level far from the stage. It was enough to give a person a headache. The volume was so loud beyond the bass that the singing was totally distorted and unrecognizable. Many in the crowd were older fans who I'm confident do not listen to Pentatonix at home at volumes that make windows shake.... nor do they want to hear it during a live performance. Can't express how bad it was. Left the arena at intermission. Love Pentatonix......but this was a total disaster.

1.0 star rating Norm Wolfe from Los Angeles, California


Can't hear the other voices because the base is so loud. Left after two songs. Why does the Forum shine headlights in your face when the bands are not playing?

1.0 star rating Nancy Parker from Los Angeles, California


If you like Pentatonix for their amazing vocals, you will never hear them at this concert. You would think you went to the wrong concert. It was overwhelmingly loud, bass was ear shattering ... Could not hear any harmonizing much less any words. Do not waste your money.

1.0 star rating Grace from Los Angeles, California


I don't even know where to start. I usually love this group! 1st they had their pet acapella group Citizen Queen open & it was so awful I wanted to leave right then. PTX - leave your pet projects for another venue rather than force them on us. They are REALLY BAD. 2nd - The Forum is WAY too big for all of you. It was so empty every note had a loud echo. The bass was ridiculously high & drowned out all the voices. Rachel was the only saving grace although the echo destroyed her sound. As for PTX - stick with smaller venues. The compilation of "medley's" was horrific. Jumping around from one bit to another rather than singing a song all the way through was painful. The audience couldn't get into it. Their new song fell flat. Trying to get the audience involved was a total failure and people actually walked out. The cello (at an acapella show?!) had a scratchy sound techs didn't get rid of. The lighting part of the show was ok. I enjoyed maybe 1 1/2 songs. MASSIVE DISAPPOINTMENT!

1.0 star rating Kristen Nordenholz from Denver, Colorado


I splurged on expensive tickets to hear ( try to hear ) this ACCAPELLA Group, EXCEPT could NOT HEAR ANYTHING except the Ear Torturing Beat Box Bass!!! MASSIVE DISAPPOINTMENT- could barely recognize the songs-harmony was destroyed. I almost cried about the waste of time and money, not to mention the damage to all of our collective ears! SHAME!


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