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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      House of Blues - San Diego, US on 01 May 2015

      OK go seemed to be a great band to see live, but I felt they were the complete opposite. I mean to begin with, they missed pereforming sever of their "good" songs live. But what really pissed me off was their energy, they literally were drowsy and half asset performing most their songs. Maybe it was that stupid big white cloth in front of them most of the (a stupid idea to begin with). I came their for the performance not a motion video, which would of been fine with the back projections. But they were in front of the band 70% of the time?! They made the concert really hard to connect with as the band members were all out of touch. The front man was very self centered and did not do justice to the band, he wasted a lot of time bantering with taking questions, epically when most of them were so stupid. We want to hear you play your music, not hear a batman superman debate dammit. Ridiculous! They relied on flash too much for their performance, and could of been resolved with having the raw performance. Their silly dance for a million ways during the encore was not really needed, iconic but honestly. I wanted to hear them perform it, not see them look like bafoons. They didn't even seem like they were having fun doing it. There was so much wrong with that performance, i'm giving too much credit even going on with complaints. They did perform writings on the wall pretty good and I enjoyed that. But that's all i'm giving them, but wait! There was a moment where the lead singer said no to someone asking to take a picture with them. Like really, is it because you're charging 150 dollars for a stupid backstage pass that you can't fufill all your fans wants? What a douchebag. Ok Go had a great opener though from Kitten, who's frontwoman had more energy than everyone performing that night. Who sold the show and I feel had the spotlight impressively. On a side note, the crowd was terrible also. You came there to have fun and get away from life, but so many of you were stiff and not dancing when it was time to dance! I came with too high of expectations, but i've seen hundreds of concerts and several that were at House of blues specifcally and I have never ever had such a bad expierence with a band. Get your shit together OK GO. Sciencerely a bittersweet fan

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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      Rialto Theatre - Tucson, US on 30 Apr 2015

      Could you guys be any funner or more talented? OMG .... Please come back and give us some more of that infectiously happy music, humor, and feast for our eyeballs as well..... OkGO you guys just keep getting better and better.....Never saw a band that wanted to share so much musical love!!! Just say you will come back soon!!! Vocals were amazing, music was perfect, showmanship was overwhelmingly entertaining....you really got us high on your music!! Xoxo <3

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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      Rialto Theatre - Tucson, US on 30 Apr 2015

      Yes, it was perfect. Not only was the music just as good as recordings, the show they gave us blew all in the audience away. Lots of changing visuals (proving to me they are visual artists as well) and the confetti blown into the air really did get us high! Love them, loved the concert. Would not hesitate to see them again.

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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      Ogden Theatre - Denver, US on 24 Apr 2015

      Seriously a blast. No one likes a show where the band just plays right off the album. No one will ever accuse OK Go of doing that. Between the projections, the lighting, the audience Q&A and confetti canons you really can't go wrong.

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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      Ogden Theatre - Denver, US on 24 Apr 2015

      Awesome time! The confetti, bubbles, acoustic song in th middle of the audiance, videos, lighting, go pro's, and the reenactment of the music video was AWESOME. As one of my friends said, ""Its like an injectible syringe of mirth and glee"! Thanks for putting on a great show and making my night unforgettable.

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    • phrringa

      phrringa

      Warehouse Live - Houston, US on 17 Apr 2015

      I have wanted to see this band for over 10 years. I a so glad I got to see them in a smaller venue rather than a festival/arena setting. This was one of the funnest and most interactive shows I have ever been to. The audience helped write a song!!! It felt like "studio sessions" but with confetti cannons! I was curious how the band would bring their playfulness and expressiveness seen in their videos to a live performance... they did not disappoint nor did it even cross my mind that they would. This is not a show to be missed! Love their creativity! I still have a huge smile on my face :)

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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      House of Blues - Boston, US on 09 Apr 2015

      Sincerely and amazing show! While I'm a superfan myself (seen them 5 times before), I brought some casual fans along with and they were also blown away. The audience engagement was awesome, as was the variety of effects used. Great performers all around! Can't wait to see them again!

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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      Newport Music Hall - Columbus, US on 06 Apr 2015

      This was my 5th time seeing OK Go, 4 times of which have been during their tour promoting Hungry Ghosts. Every show gets better with a few different twists and additions, plus the audience for every show as well as the vibe of the venue makes each show special. This night was no exception. By far the highlight was an amazing cover of Black Dog by Led Zeppelin. Not quite what one would expect to hear at an OK Go concert, but being a huge Zep fan, I was blown away at great of a job they did on the vocals, guitars and drums to recreate the vibe of a '73 Zep gig. Of course, tons of confetti, total interaction with the crowd and dancing on stage with them for the encore - more than worth the almost 200 miles I drove to see this show!

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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      Newport Music Hall - Columbus, US on 06 Apr 2015

      It was my first OK GO concert and I can't wait for the next one! Venue was perfect! Not too crowded you couldn't move. Anywhere you stood you had a great view of the band! I LOVED how interactive they were with us fans! My husband, a not OK GO fan, went with me and he even said WOW what a gray concert I liked their music, what a great venue! Merchandise pricing was spot one! I bought a shirt and tote and disinterested Ben break $50. Venue pricing was affordable for drinks and food.

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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      Commodore Ballroom - Vancouver, Canada on 25 Mar 2015

      Disappointing only because of that dang curtain. I came to listen to and see a band with great music, not to watch a bunch of visual effects. Had I been at a Saturday night rave... maybe, but not for a Wednesday night show. Great tunes, but I, and a bunch of people left early because we were bored of watching the curtain.

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    • anonymous

      anonymous

      The Warfield - San Francisco, US on 21 Mar 2015

      Loved the concert! Had 4 tix but kids got sick so just hubby and I came, which was good because of profanity and pot. But the show was great, great mix of new stuff and old. Loved the Black Dog cover! Thank you guys and best wishes for the rest of your tour. Please do some shows for families and indicate on your website which shows in CA are family friendly. Please come to Fresno. You can stay at our house.

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