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Top 10 Places to Find Reliable Concert Reviews

concertLet’s face it; some concert performers simply are way better than others. So we set out to find places that concert goers can visit for legitimate and helpful concert reviews. Fans will agree that it’s so important to do research before attending concerts, especially considering how expensive tickets can get. Checking beforehand which performers are known to amaze compared to the ones who often disappoint is the first step to having a great time at the show. Here’s the list we came up with…

1. Facebook.com

Let’s begin with the most obvious choice. If you want 100% confidence that you’re going to get the most accurate review for today’s top concerts, make a trip to Facebook. While the performer’s websites may offer reviews, it’s hard to feel that they are totally unbiased. On Facebook, you’ll also get personal advice from concert goers and fans everywhere. Make sure to check the comments and likes of the performer’s concert pages.

2. Twitter.com

No matter what event you attend, there are sure to be people talking and tweeting about it on Twitter. Make sure to check trending topics for any reviews or insight from fans that have recently seen concerts. They’re the ones who will give you actual input and feedback about their experiences. Because you can’t delete tweets from trends, you can be sure this is the most unbiased way to get the best concert reviews.

3. Ticketmaster.com

Since opening for business in 1976, Ticketmaster has been one of the largest companies in the world when it comes to tickets. You can access Ticketmaster online anytime. On every individual performer page, you can see a string of news and comments. Here, you can get info on concerts and tours that are updated daily. But I am skeptical about the credibility of these comments and reviews, since Ticketmaster seem that they have had a secret agenda when it comes to selling tickets.

4. HollywoodReporter.com

When it comes to concert reviews, no one knows their stuff like the concert reviews section of the Hollywood Reporter. They are constantly polling and receiving feedback from their fan base and displaying the nation’s collective opinions on the latest concerts and tours today. They touch on most major genres of music including Rock, Hip Hop, Country, R&B, and many others. All concert information is unbiased and up-to-date.

5. StubHub.com

StubHub is one of the kings of online ticket sales. Many concert goers rely on StubHub’s well-organized system of reviews and responses through their large social presence on Facebook and Twitter. But with a campaign like the Ticket Oak, how much credibility can they really have?

6. RedHotSeats.com

Red Hot Seats has carved out a nice niche in excelling in two areas: website layout and customer service. They are constantly bringing you the latest information in regards to specific tour dates and concert tickets while providing lots of user feedback through performer articles and venue information.

7. Online Forums

It’s easy to overlook online forums, so make sure to utilize them also. If you want to attend a particular concert event, find some forums dedicated to the artist that is playing. Not only will you be able to find threads about reviews, but you can also post your own inquiries. Busy forums will provide busy back-and-forth chatter to answer most of your questions. One drawback is that they can be very difficult to find.

8. ConcertTour.org

Concert Tour supplies hundreds of interactive polls and great feedback from the best critics on the web today. Each artist’s performance is analyzed from concert fans everywhere, and all information is totally unbiased since there are no ticket sales or advertisements on this site.

9. Wikipedia

With a massive amount of information available at your fingertips, you have a good reason to at least consider Wikipedia when looking for concert reviews. Looking up an artist is simple, whether you do it through the actual site or just though Google (since Wikipedia will appear #1 in almost every search). Here you can find basic info about the artist’s tours and concert specifications, but you are limited when it comes to personal reviews.

10. Yahoo! Answers

Yahoo! Answers is a great open forum that allows users to ask anything and other users to give their best shots to answer. And out of the list of answers that you receive, you can choose the best for future users asking the same question. Asking “How was the Justin Bieber concert?” will get you plenty of unbiased answers from people everywhere, and hopefully you will get the info you need.