T. Hill from Portage IN
Both Marilyn and Rob Tore it down. I've seen them both before and they brought their A game . and the duet of Helter Skelter was badass. I still have goosebumps just thinking about it.I thought Manson's set was almost perfect.Robs was good too. The guitar solo was badass and it was long because Rob was running around the arena interacting with fans. That's fucking cool.
Audra from Chicago, Illinois
This was my first time seeing Marilyn Manson. It was very hot and he seemed to either be intoxicated or overheated. But he still put on one hell of a show. I hope he is ok. I would definitely see him again! Rob Zombie was just amazing. Have seen him numerous times. John 5 is one of the most underrated guitar players in music history. They stole the night. One of the best concerts I've seen in awhile.
from Baltimore, Maryland
BANDS WERE GREAT VENUE AND CROWD WERE TERRIBLE
Both bands put on great shows, however the venue is the worst ive ever been to and the crowd was horrible. The 200s sections sat through the whole show and anyone who tried to actually be a part of a rock show was repeatedly asked by those around them to SIT!!!! Guess Baltimore doesn't want to rock.
Michelle Hall from Cincinnati, Ohio
ROB ZOMBIE ALWAYS AMAZING
I’ve seen Rob Zombie multiple times 20 years ago. Imagine my surprise when my 12 year old ask to see rob zombie for her first concert. I was just as excited as her. As I recalled my experiences with his performances I knew it would be a great first concert for my daughter. I was a little concern after seeing the condition MM was in during his set. Marilyn mason was definitely struggling to get through his set. Very disappointing to see. True to form, Rob Zombie saved the night with an unbelievable performance. He is a true professional and a rock star legend. We had an amazing time and enjoyed every calculated detail that made the night perfect. Thank you rob zombie for an amazing night and new memories that include family.
Kitty from Winnipeg, Manitoba
I HAD A GREAT TIME!
I was front and center against the crowd fence, had a great view! And a shout out - thank out to the guy behind me that kept me from getting squashed, you're an angel! Palaye Royale was up first, never heard of them but I wasn't disappointed! Marilyn Manson was next, - forth time seeing him in concert. Yeah, he's not a young crazy rockstar anymore but people age and he's up there doing his best. Got up on the crowd-fence a few times and interacted with us. Still a 10/10 for me. Rob Zombie was on last, I've never seen him before but I love his music, - old and new stuff. I had no idea what to expect from his show, it turned out to be crazy! A funky ball of energy running around stage, dancing, and clearly giving it his all. Another 10/10 for him! My only complaint was the sound. This is more on whoever was doing soundcheck. It could have been much clearer and it has been clearer during past shows. Other than that, all the security and staff were very knowledgeable and helpful.
Michelle Mcbride from Toronto, Ontario
ZOMBIE AND MANSON AT LONDON ONTARIO AUGUST 14
Marilyn manson killed it he jumped into the crowd interacted with fans and lit a bible on fire! He was a tornado of destruction throughout the set throwing microphones hitting the drums. His vocals sounded amazing Security were excellent I was first person to the barricade and they brought water for us No one got hurt I was fortunate enough to meet marilyn manson before the show during vip meet and great he was gracious and very kind! Rob zombie killed it!!! The stage itself was spectacular! The antica of dancing robots and aliens added to the excitement! He jumped into the crowd and I got to sing more human than human All in all Best show of the year!
David Dietrich from Austin, Texas
MORE ZOMBIE AND LESS MANSON, PLEASE
Mr. Manson seemed to lack energy from the start. Perhaps it was due to the heat, but given that Rob Zombie had to face about the same temperatures and didn't have to turn a chair into a stage prop (at one point Manson had to sit down while a roadie toweled him off), perhaps it was also a lack of physical fitness. Still, Manson's show was alright, particularly considering it was a double bill. Zombie, by contrast, was a ball of energy, jumping from one to another of the three micro-stages that were perched upon the main stage. His banter telling people to just put down their phones was great. Did John 5's guitar solo run a little long? Yes, but I still loved it. Also, Zombie took the time to introduce his band, which Manson did not. Maybe that was just the heat again.
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