We were at the concert from 9pm - 12:45 am and Marshmello never played. I saw some reviews that mentioned he came at 1 am. Absolute waste of money.
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Marshmello was great, but he didn't come on until 12:55 am. Tickets were for 9 am. Venue was good, although chaotic crowd control exiting the building, but staff professional. Overpriced for a 2 hour show starting so late.
I saw Marshmello is Vegas a few years back and was excited to see him again last weekend. Went for my friend’s bday in VIP, but the floor was where all the fun was! I danced and sang at the top of my lungs. What made it extra special was Marshmello made a couple’s night when announcing the gender of their baby. 5-stars!!
Marshmello didn't start until 1am and the opening acts were really bad. I've been never had such a bad concert experience, was really disappointed and felt like a waste of money.
The show was good, but Marshello just played 1 hour
Marshmello come late and the show is short and not really good
This would be a big hit if the both would make a song and a concert me personally I would go and enjoy it (go crazy)
She was so sick at marshmallo because he came with peso pluma at the concert big hit
It was absolutely amazing performance. The lights, the bass, the beat drops. And some of his own songs and a few surprises. I had the most fun and I’m all beat up from going too hard lol. But amazing experience from a big venue. Can’t wait for him To come to Houston again!
I've been a huge fan of Marshmello's recorded music for a long time and I was extremely excited to see him live in Vegas. The venue was large, but way over-crowded. I was okay with this because it felt like what you'd expect at a concert and this was *supposed* to be a Marshmello concert. However, that's not what he delivered to us. He played 3 of his own songs in the entire set list and played several repeat songs from the first dj of the night. It was crushingly disappointing. He's an acceptable dj, and it'd be fun if we had room to dance, but I went to the venue, payed extravagant prices, and fought concert crowds just to experience what I could've gotten at a smaller venue from an unknown artist. Except I couldn't even dance. I still like his music, but I won't ever be seeing him live again. Go to a real concert or to a more affordable club experience.