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The Monkees Reviews

Vocal & Classic PopConcerts

Average customer review: 4.5 star rating (4.3 Stars)

Number of reviews: 11



4.0 star rating Bob Bobalina from San Diego, California


The Magnolia is a fabulous theatre with great sightlines and acoustics. The Monkees and their backup band were exceptional. Sadly, although there were signs everywhere for patrons to wear their masks inside, many guests took them off. Singing loudly along with the band without a mask was risky behavior, and security didn't enforce the mask rule, making our at-risk group uncomfortable. Even the site's vendors took masks off, wore them around their chins or under their noses while handling food. Magnolia Management, please address our safety needs. Even if Management doesn't personally agree with vaxxing and masks, they have a civic duty to protect the rest of us.

4.0 star rating Ermanno from Los Angeles, California


So I took three of my friends to go see the MONKEES Friday, September 17, 2021 over at the Fox performing arts theater in Riverside and boy did they rock. Absolutely wonderful show they sounded terrific and if there was just one thing I thought it might’ve been proved it was to have a Jumbotron so I can see the musicians bet it was hard to see from the back seats. Anyways thank you Mickey and Mike For all the great music over the years it’s timeless and will live on forever. But it does suck to get old I know LOL

4.0 star rating Daniel Townsend from Memphis, Tennessee


I've been a fan of The Monkees since I was a kid, watching reruns of the old show on Nickelodeon in the late 80s. When Davy Jones died a few years ago and when Peter Tork died in 2019 I thought The Monkees touring days might be over. I'm really glad Mike and Micky have decided to keep going. This was one of the best concerts I've ever seen. Micky was especially good and was by far the more energetic of the two. Mike's physical stamina is not great, but his voice is still great. They performed a great variety of songs and even performed "Different Drum", which in my opinion is the best song Mike ever wrote even if it was never recorded by The Monkees. They also performed a couple of songs from Good Times!, their 50th anniversary album that came out a few years ago. I would highly recommend this tour if you are able to see it.

1.0 star rating Brian from Los Angeles, California


Reading these reviews, I wondered if these people were really at the same concert. Nesmith just sat there talking about all sorts of nonsense, while Mickey did his best to not look 76 years old. They played one popular Monkees (Last Train to Clarksville) at the beginning and then made the crowd suffer through until the end to hear a few more of their legendary hits. There was zero effort to make the stage look impressive or interesting and the music was horrible. My wife and I were very disappointed and are now rethinking going to any of these hasbeen concerts in the future. The Monkees should have gone out on a high note years ago and should be ashamed to charge to the miserable show they are presently giving to hard working people.


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