We attended this show last night based on the reviews here as well as the recommendation of the concierge at our resort. We had a lovely dinner at the Sea House first, and then walked just a few steps to the outdoor pavilion where the show took place. We had been told there were no bad seats in the house, but that was simply not true. We were seated near the back, and I couldn't see at all. This made understanding the musician's words and lyrics difficult. First, the lead-off singer's 12 string guitar was somewhat out of tune, and therefore distracting. The real tip-off was when a middle-aged Caucasian woman did the "hula".... not sure what that was supposed to be. I'm sure she's a very nice person but hula is not her calling. then Bobby Ingano, the main attraction came on stage. He is a grammy award winning guitarist and singer, and is truly a gifted musician. I would have loved to have listened to him while eating dinner or having a mai tai. But honestly, every song sounded alike. He kept saying things like, "well, now we're going to do a swing" or something like that and it gave us hope. My husband literally fell asleep.
We left the crowd at intermission to enjoy their lullabies and went back to our hotel to watch a movie.
Total waste of $80 for the two of us to visit.
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