For my second critical review I am going to talk about Olly Murs concert I went to a few weeks ago. One of the main aspects I liked about the concert was the first artist that come on before olly. The female artist, Tich, was a not so popular singer blasting out not so well known songs on a stage full of thousands of people. The thing I admired the most was how Olly used this not to well known girl to be a support act for his show, showing how he’s real and doesn’t use well known acts just to boost his show up and wants to get ordinary people, just like him well known.
As the concert got going and Olly come on stage, instead of directly going from one song to another he engaged and communicated with the audience, showing how interested and excited he was to be performing in Manchester, expressing that fame hasn’t gone to his head and that he just sees himself as an ordinary boy performing on stage. Olly even got an old friend on stage to sing happy birthday to her, showing that not all of his friends are in showbizz and he’s still got his feet on the ground.
One of the main aspects of the concert I enjoyed was how olly come down to the centre of the stage and walked near the audience, making sure everyone got a closer look at him and could see him perform closer. This shows that he cares for his fans and wants to make sure everyone had a good time.

For my second critical review I am going to talk about Olly Murs concert I went to a few weeks ago. One of the main aspects I liked about the concert was the first artist that come on before olly. The female artist, Tich, was a not so popular singer blasting out not so well known songs on a stage full of thousands of people. The thing I admired the most was how Olly used this not to well known girl to be a support act for his show, showing how he’s real and doesn’t use well known acts just to boost his show up and wants to get ordinary people, just like him well known.

As the concert got going and Olly come on stage, instead of directly going from one song to another he engaged and communicated with the audience, showing how interested and excited he was to be performing in Manchester, expressing that fame hasn’t gone to his head and that he just sees himself as an ordinary boy performing on stage. Olly even got an old friend on stage to sing happy birthday to her, showing that not all of his friends are in showbizz and he’s still got his feet on the ground.

One of the main aspects of the concert I enjoyed was how olly come down to the centre of the stage and walked near the audience, making sure everyone got a closer look at him and could see him perform closer. This shows that he cares for his fans and wants to make sure everyone had a good time.