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Chris Stapleton Reviews


Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (4.1 Stars)

Number of reviews: 35



2.0 star rating GG from Birmingham, Alabama


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.

2.0 star rating Jim from Hershey, Pennsylvania


Although Chris Stapleton was awesome, venue was a disaster. No traffic control causing us and many others to be an hour or more late. Too few bathrooms for 30,000 people, not enough vendors for food or beverages, stadium seats or like sitting on a stone for 4 hours

2.0 star rating from Stagecoach, Indio, CA


CS sounds great, just like his albums but better. Thats where the entertaining ends. He hardly (if at all) engaged with the crowd, he stood stationary just like the rest of his band and performed his songs. Its like watching a scarecrow on stage and waiting for it to do something. He has a great guitar ability, and amazing voice but not an entertainer what's so ever. Very disappointing honestly. I'll just listen to his albums from now on.

1.0 star rating Prtlndr from Portland, Oregon


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.

1.0 star rating Patrick daniel from Seattle, Washington


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.

1.0 star rating 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.

1.0 star rating Elizabeth kubik from Albany, New York


During intermission there was so much going on and it was way too unorganized. we were close to people to begin with and then this lady kept telling everyone to move closer to the grass and that if we were on the pavement we would have to move and there was no where to go and I was already shaky and I started to cry but I calmed myself down then it just got worse as it started and people kept moving closer down and squishing into us and I couldn’t see anything and the lady kept screaming at us and she screamed at me and kept flashing her light in our eyes and when she screamed st me I argued back and said that she wasn’t yelling at the other people that were literally doing the same thing and she said said if I kept talking she was gonna escort me out and they were saying if people didn’t move they would escort everyone out. They kept trying to get people to move closer to the grass but there was too many people and no where to go and I just kept getting squished into people. Terrible.


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