Twenty One Pilots Reviews

ConcertsIndie & RockDance & Electronica

Average customer review: 5.0 star rating (5.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 16



5.0 star rating Nova Howell from Toronto, Ontario


Best night of my life. Great music and great people.

5.0 star rating from Corona, California


Best concert I've been to, I enjoyed every second. My daughter and her friends had a awesome time. Can' t wait till next show!

5.0 star rating from Los Angeles, California



5.0 star rating Azia from Wichita, Kansas


i attended this concert and enjoyed every moment. the seats were great and the place was very nice. not only did tyler and josh perform perfectly, the opening bands were great and i'm still emotional over this night.

5.0 star rating Debbie C. from Tulsa, Oklahoma


I was completely blown away! I took my 11 year old daughter and we both thoroughly enjoyed the performance. Superb talent and energy!! I'm ready to see all three groups again!! The venue staff was extremely pleasant and helpful. Entry and processing was extremely organized and efficient. Overall, a wonderful evening. Thank you!!!!!!

5.0 star rating from Los Angeles, California



5.0 star rating Ct from Los AngelesCalifornia


Opener, Max Frost, has a set of pipes and excels when performing gospel soul. His one- man-band performance recalls Vesperteen’s Colin Rigsby. Awolnation - familiar to the growing crowd - played second, and got the place moving. It is easy to see why Twenty One Pilots wanted to work with them. Twenty One Pilots fans - or Skeleton Clique - are dedicated; many, if not most, rapping and singing every word of every song. The show employed the standard light-fog machines, and a burning car - the pair’s longtime video staple - a catwalk between stages A and B - allowing more fans close contact with the duo - Josh Dun playing drums on an audience-supported drum kit. Ironically, what made the sold-out arena show an elixir for ailing SoCal were the intimacies: all three acts playing GooGoo Dolls’ “Iris” and “Hey Jude” - where Frost’s voice shone; Joseph’s story of Dun running away from home at nine (“Come home, Josh”); and the close crowd contact. Three cheers for Twenty One Pilots.


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