so starting with the venue...it was so hot in there (even DM5 commented how hot it was on his facebook). And without a balcony the venue is imposslbe, so crowded + they have poles in the middle of the floor so it's often hard to view the stage (which with DM5 is very important).
For Deadmau5, I've seen him before the cube, many times with the cube and now this latest offering. While I appreciate the grandness of his new show, epic in it's own right, he has now lost something that he had when he debuted the led head and cube. With the cube you found yourself looking at DM5, watching the head and you had a connection with Joel. With the new stage I think I only looked at the head a couple of times so there was certainly a connection that was lost. I would recommend the new production for large events like stadiums while DM5 should consider touring with only the cube/head for smaller venues.
Masquerade - Atlanta
AWSOME! didn't love the location but the event was GREAT!! love house music!!
Judson F Williams Convention Center - El Paso
First off we waited in a line that wrapped around the building in the freezing cold, after waiting around an hour and a half we got in only to see the second DJ finish his set, then deadmau5 came on and played a pretty long set but we had to leave since there was no cold air and we were about to pass out. Overall it sucked.
Roseland Ballroom- security are some of the nastiest people ive ever met but the venue itself was awesome - NYC
Deadmau5 did not live up to its name. His beats were so annoyingly repetitive, with no dynamics. Waste of time and money, should have went to Guetta.
Don't miss out
Roseland Ballroom - New York
Best concert I've ever been to. The crowd was amazing the show was unreal if you like electro go see this man.
Electronic Dance at its Finest
The Midland by AMC - Kansas City
The show as a whole was absolutely amazing. The Midland theater did a phenominal job with the lighting and sound system. It was nice that they actually let us bring in glow sticks as well compared to the Tiesto concert at the Uptown earlier this year. All the acts were great, the crowd was really into it for a Monday night.
I think the costume choices were great, but could have been a bit more considering the proximity to Halloween... or perhaps people didn't want to break out the best yet!
5 out of 5 stars and Deadmau5 had the floors shaking.
DEADMAU5 WAS FUCKING AMAZING
Roseland Ballroom - New York
AWESOME CONCERT AWESOME CONCERT ONE OF THE BEST I HAVE EVER BEEN TO. I WOULD DEFINITELY GO AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Shame on you Petco Park!
Petco Park - San Diego
I waited in line for 2 hours at Will Cal to pick up my ticket! Had I waited to purchase it at the event, I'd have been in and out in no time. Tickets appeared to be clumped together by the first letter of the purchaser's last name, but in no particular order after that. Employees felt no sense of urgency in finding the correct tickets either. I was highly disappointed.
Deadmau5 was amazing security was lazy
Festival Pier (at Penn's Landing) - Philadelphia
Had an amazing time despite rain. Had to leave to make a phone call and security would not let me back in. Which didnt make sense to me i paid for a tix i should be able to come back in
Electro-house artist Deadmau5 -- easily identifiable in concert by the giant, light-up mouse-head perched atop his head as he performs -- has firmly entered the mainstream after about a decade of building legions of head-bobbing fans at festivals and on his own tours. He's kept those fans close by getting more than eight million of them to keep in touch via Facebook, where he regularly shares his musings and a steady stream of music he's working on. His music pulls from across the EDM spectrum, from techno to house to trance. Canadian native Joel Zimmerman, a.k.a. Deadmau5, was the first EDM artist to land on the cover of Rolling Stone, in 2012. That same year he also performed during the Grammy Awards telecast, marking the first time electronic music had been highlighted on the show. Fans who purchase tickets to a Deadmau5 concert can be assured of an overwhelming display of lights and sound as Zimmerman creates his tracks on the fly using computer technology -- including software he helped develop.