Kansas City Star review
|Bon Jovi at the Sprint Center
Just before Bon Jovi launched into one of the evening's biggest moments, "You Give Love A Bad Name," a woman who looked very much like Mrs. Garth Brooks (Trisha Yearwood) made her way to a prime seat on the Sprint Center floor. If it was her, she no doubt recognized the mood that filled the place most of the night: raucous joy.
The second-biggest rock band out of New Jersey played for about 2.5 hours, and several times it set off the kind of timber-rattling sing-alongs that Brooks ignited for nine out of 10-straight nights back in November.
onically and visually, this was one of the best Sprint Center show I've seen. The sound was good and the video screens gave fans up top and way in back a good view of the stage. The venetian-blind screens that flanked the stage were a very cool embellishment. The place looked nearly full. The seats in the upper-level behind the stage were curtained-off, probably because their views were obstructed by all the video stuff. There was a light smattering of empty seats elsewhere. I'm guessing about 15,000 were there.
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