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Pentatonix Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.0 star rating (2.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 42



1.0 star rating Susan Stahl from Jacksonville, Florida


I have seen the Pentatonix 6 times and totally loved them each time. However this tour had such horrible sound, mainly too much bass, and lights flashing in your eyes that I left. Very disappointing. I should have read all the other bad reviews before purchasing tickets. They need to find a new sound guy! I hope they read all the reviews and fix these issues for all their other fans in upcoming shows. Didn’t anyone notice people were leaving in droves during the show?????

1.0 star rating from Jacksonville, Florida


Bass guy's mic was turned up way too loud; couldn't hear the main singers at all; kept showing brights lights toward the audience; often made it hard to see; waited way too long for Pentatonix to come out after Rachel Platten finished; venue was way too hot....even after the sun went down; everyone was sweating; some people really smelled; it was an awful concert experience.....even though the group is fantastic

1.0 star rating from New York, New York


Last night's Pentatonix show at the Bethelwoods was VERY disappointing! When my husband and I first heard this group as a guest appearance on Jackie Avancho's Christmas special, we agreed they were THE BEST vocal group we had EVER heard!! The blend of their voices and harmonies were excellent.....Last night was HORRIBLE! Ear plugs wouldn't have solved the problem! Their unique, shared talent, was LOST! We were blown out of our seats with the shear volume, and overpowering bass. How sad. The only tolerable few songs were "from the couch," " how they began." When artists are good or great, they need NOTHING but their gift to share with the audience....NO moving scenery, NO fireworks, NO additives that do NOTHING but DISTRACT! We were hoping to hear MANY songs like their Utube ,"Hallelujah." Wasn't meant to be. Doubt we will EVER return to such a venue. It's a shame, Pentatonix "share" a gift. All of them make up the package. I pray they don't become like every other ordinary group...... From the heart, Charlotte Hamilton

1.0 star rating from Orlando, Florida


Everything was alright except for the sound. I could barely hear anything. They should've chosen a smaller venue. It wasn't acapella to me. It's like people fighting and chanting and the bass was horrible. Would never go to another concert of Pentatonix

1.0 star rating from Hartford, Connecticut


I should have read these reviews before I went or better yet bought tickets. I have had issues with acoustics at Mohegan Sun but I could not have anticipated the disappointment I felt at the terrible sound quality with an overpowering bone jarring bass rendering the songs and beat box severely distorted if not inaudible. We left at the intermission. With all the reviews from other venues reflecting the same issue one would figure that the sound guy would be fired. Thank God he doesnt produce their studio versions.

1.0 star rating Rita from Charlotte, North Carolina


One of the five members was on the big screen instead of in person due to illness. The show should have been cancelled as we pay high prices to see all the members in person to perform. Took forever for them to take the stage after the warm up band and they had some good songs but over all a huge disappointment. Wasn't worth the drive to the venue which is totally outdated and the stairs are a liability waiting to happen.

1.0 star rating Linda from Mystic, Connecticut


I typically love Petatonix, but the sound was SO bad at the Mohegan Sun concert that I considered leaving after three songs. Stayed until intermission but am completely disappointed in the show. Perhaps their sound people have hearing problems, but one could not even hear the lyrics. And it seemed to me that the performers energy was fake.


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