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Kevin Hart Reviews

Comedy & Stand-up

Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.4 Stars)

Number of reviews: 78



2.0 star rating Nicola from Manchester/England


Me an my sister paid a lot of money on tickets hotel an train was told r tickets would be at door no we had to wait 45 minutes in a queue when we got in Kevin’s Friends were on for an hour he was on 40 minutes not the 80 we paid for! No refund tho cos we saw the show! I don’t no how he can get away with this I loved kevin it ruined now . If I were u I would not waste your money!

2.0 star rating Rd from London


Really disappointed. I chuckled a little but no laugh out loud belly moments. I first watched Kevin hart live in 2016 and I laughed so hard I cried but this was a far cry from that. Show started late and Kevin was not on for very long, which I didn’t mind as was starting to get bored and wanted to be-able to use my phone to tell the kids sitter I would be late. People behind us left early. It also didn’t help that there was an echo the entire perfomance so we could hear everything he said twice The warm up acts weren’t my cup of tea a lot of f**** words being used every other word. His new dad material isn’t funny. Got home and watched one of his previous shows on Netflix so that I could actually have a good laugh. Really disappointed.

2.0 star rating from Ontario, Canada


for reality check your We enjoyed the plastic cub Boyz opening performances better than KH. He basically just told stories but not much joking to them. It was definitely lacking something. Repeated things multiple times, laughed at his own jokes more than the audience did. Just really disappointed. Definitely not worth $250 per ticket

1.0 star rating David from San Francisco, California


I don't know when people got so famous and amazing that they decided to start collecting cell phones and wasting extra hours of my life. I'm staying home and watching on TV. Just not fun to go and see big name comics live any more. 2 extra hours of waiting for a show that is not that long!

1.0 star rating Q from New Orleans, Louisiana


I went to the show in New Orleans on 10/18/18 and it was tragic. The entire experience was very bad from the beginning, and I had such high hopes for it to be amazing seeing him in person. The security was over the top, they escorted people out of the building as soon as they walked in, just for texting or having a phone visible. Multiple people did not hear the staff say that there was a “No Phone Use” policy for this event. I was one of the many people that were escorted. Before being escorted, I had watched the opening acts and then I got a text; my phone lit up in between my legs and I looked down. Within seconds, an officer tried to escort me out for cell phone use. It was ridiculous. The opening acts were not funny, I chuckled about twice. I sat there, not amused in the slightest. Stay home, watch his old comedy stand ups, it’s the only time he’d ever be funny, since his funniness is fading away and he’s reusing old material. He’s simply not in his prime anymore.

1.0 star rating Michelle from Detroit, Michigan


First time at a KH show. The cell phone announcements were rediculous. Why is he so worried about his material getting out. I know why, because its recycled and not funny. My gay friend was ejected from the show, despite showing the 15 year ild security cop that his ell phone was in his back pocket and powered off. They threatened to tackle and arrest a 5 foot 4 sweet gay man. We were afraid for him and 600.00 of tickets were wasted. In general everyone in our section said they felt like the military was on duty. My friend is considering taking things to the next level. The 1 st comedian also bragged that at the cleveland show they had “ thrown out “ 200 people. Shoukd be the Thug tour. Never again. Sounds like the teviews agree.

1.0 star rating Michelle from Cleveland, Ohio


Daughter bought me one ticket from Atlanta for my birthday to see kevin.i got there late I didn't here the instruction of know phones.i own a home care business and I'm on call so I have to answer calls the one night I'm free I get harrassed by security.i explained my situation they told me to sit down or get escorted out.i had great seats thanks to my daughter.i couldn't get in the mood to laugh again not even to see Kevin so I left..I was embarrassed that security made a seem instead of being discreet in front of thousands of people. Plus 50 bucks for parking. Construction around the whole building no signs where to enter which made al types of people late including myself..I will watch Kevin on DVD at least I won't get harrassed. #anurse

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