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Miranda Lambert was awesome and full of energy!!

5 stars
Marsie Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville

Miranda was very electric with the audience. Her music wanted to make you get up and dance. I loved the light show. The sound system was quite balanced. The opening acts were also quite good as well.

Miranda lambert

5 stars
Nutmeggers Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville

Great show. Keep up the good work. Very clean. Not too loud. Lights may need some work.

Great show!

5 stars
KellyGilly Verizon Wireless Arena - Manchester, Manchester

Miranda is always entertaining. Another fun show! First music event at Verizon Wireless and the sound was descent.

Excellent show

5 stars
DuQuoinfan Peoria Civic Center, Peoria

Miranda Lambert, Justin Moore and Rae Lynn were fantastic. They all put on a high energy, entertaining show. This is the second time we have see Miranda and Justin. It won't be our last

Miranda was great, Justin Moore was horrible

5 stars
skuncle Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville

Let me start off by saying that I thought Miranda Lambert was great. She hit the stage full of energy and just kept it going from there. The songs came rapid fire with little talking between. A surprise was bringing guitar legend Leslie West out to join her on "Mississippi Queen" the Mountain classic. She ended the show singing with opener, Ashley Monroe on "You've Got A Friend". Ashley was great, Miranda was great. This bring us to Justin Moore. He started off ok but midway thru his set he demanded the audience sing along, clearly not many knew the words to the song which prompted him to say "Bullsh*t, I can't hear you!" Later he spoke of his late grandfather and his service in the U.S. Navy. He then told the audience to get in their feet. He said he couldn't believe people weren't standing already. Then he asked everyone to turn their cell phone lights on in honor of his grandfather. This prompted him to say "Everyone in here has a cell phone, and none of you are so good you can't support my grandfather!" He ended his set on his knees "overwhelmed" by the applause. A ploy he does at every show. I found his entire act very cliche and I found him to be very rude. I'll never go see him again. I would go see Miranda any day!