If there was any redeeming value of the 2009 event, the music was pretty good, and it was all live. This year, the whole thing registers as a cheesy radio-station promotion -- which is to say that it's like listening to commercial radio.
The live acts are few and far between, spaced among call-outs, 105.9 promos, sound effects, and recorded music like Black Eyed Peas' bar mitzvah song. Oh, it's the Cupid Shuffle! I'm off.
I'm a sucker for canned wedding music.