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KATY PERRY: THE PRISMATIC WORLD TOUR is a sensory explosion of eye-popping theatrics and infectious pop tracks that secured Perry's place as one of the most captivating performers working today. Directed for the stage by Baz Halpin, the tour is a collaboration with Katy that offers fans a visually stunning production that captures her fun-loving attitude and artistic appeal. Written by
OK for 16 years old or younger, but even for them there are much better shows out there
Greetings from Lithuania.
So finally i managed to sit through "Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour" (2015) show. Saw in on Blue Ray, on good sound quality, huge screen and ... this one of the most disappointing shows i have ever saw. I kinda enjoyed Kate Perry's "Prism" album - it was good pop album. But the concert is very disappointing. First hour was even more bizarre - singer kinda lacked any conversation with her pubic, but when she did started to talk, i wish she wouldn't. Something about pica's and her garden and something like that. All jokes were flat and ... i don't know, but it felt just awkward. Maybe i'm to old for this show (30 years), but, i remember a ~ year ago i saw "Taylor Swift: Speak Now World Tour Live" (2011). The target audience is kinda same age, but it was just marvelous show. It doesn't shy with all colors possible. She had very warm conversation with the public, scenography was much more better, and we are talking about much more younger singer (at the time)! So i can't say that it's just my age that was a factor that i didn't like K.Perry's show.
Overall, i hope i won't offend anyone but here is the thing - "Katy Perry: The Prismatic World Tour" is probably meant for all who are 16 years old and younger. Because the show is bizarre in it's tastelessness. Maybe that was the point, but it just didn't click with my. And almost all performances weren't live, phonogram was used - so - really? Live concert? Ridiculous show. Skip it - better go watch "Taylor Swift: Speak Now World Tour Live" - that is how it should be done.
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