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Lauren Daigle Reviews

Contemporary PopVocal & Classic PopConcerts

Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 46



3.0 star rating Cary Baldwin from Raleigh, North Carolina


I miss the old Lauren. She is trying to be I guess a pop star with all the brass but it just didn’t work. The music was so ridiculously loud it phyacially hurt. I left early.

3.0 star rating Mary from Norfolk, Virginia


My friends and I were so excited to go to this show!! I saw Lauren when she was in Norfolk, VA previously and had told everyone how AMAZING that show was. The Kaleidoscope Tour was such a disappointment. Lauren is an amazing artist but this show was totally not her best. I love her, pray for her and wish the best for her but we left the show early for many reasons. I agree with many of the reviewers, that it just takes too long for her to go on stage. I do believe she does good work in getting children sponsored but don't believe it should go on for so long! The show was so melancholy and not upbeat like a praise show should be. Too many new songs and not enough of her best songs. Had her back to the audience for a few songs. Just so sad it wasn't what we expected and what I know she is capable of. Maybe she is just getting tired.

3.0 star rating Megan from Houston, TX


Lauren’s performance was upbeat and energetic, sweet and sincere, and her faith inspiring. Her voice is amazing when we could hear it. The bass was so loud, distorted, and distracting, we couldn’t hear any vocals at times. I loved the brass and the backup singers, and the band. But the sound mixing was terrible terrible terrible. I wish and hope Lauren and her team will be made aware that they have a sound problem that is probably easily fixable. I brought my teen and instead of making a fan out of her, the concert ended up being disappointing because of bad sound engineering.

3.0 star rating Mindi Rosenquist from Houston, Texas


Big screens with words are a must at a concert. Surprised this venue did not have. Could not hear Lauren’s beautiful voice. I kept thinking , why is there not an employee walking around each section to hear note issues. She honestly was completely drowned out by the music. I kept thinking since her family was there, maybe one of them would run go tell someone. Bought these tickets for my birthday and brought my mom and sister. We honestly felt bad for Lauren.

3.0 star rating Jules Constantine from Albany, New York


I hope Miss Lauren gets to read this so she can bring us her best. I missed hearing her gorgeous voice and passionate soul as the drums, bass, etc overwhelmed her voice. I couldn't hear many of the words. But I knew many of the words by heart as I follow her music so I sung my heart out with her!! Her performance was energizing and her authentic spirit permeated the night. What a talented lady.

2.0 star rating Stephanie from Denver, Colorado


Lauren Daigle has a beautiful voice. She wore a very odd outfit which distracted from her performance and made it seem like a joke. I don’t follow her closely, so that may be part of her stage persona. I agree with other reviews that the bass was uncomfortably loud. The show was in support of Child Fund, which made a compelling presentation in support of their mission. That was truly the highlight of the evening. I was really impressed!

2.0 star rating A. White from Nashville, Tennessee


I love Lauren Daigle and her "usual" music. This was not it. Instead, her (very short) performance was all holiday songs in support of her new album all accompanied by a New O. jazz group. Ouch. And she started over one hour LATE. Not acceptable. Not professional. Especially in Music City. Short show, just a little over one hour. By mid-show, people were leaving, kinda scratching their heads.


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