splendid; excellent performance
He tried hard, so we yelled "Good show!"
informal (to express approval)
I think what makes a good show is obviously a rabid fanbase.
It was a little tweet where he said, basically, “Yeah, Morrissey played a good show, I just didn't like the cover versions.”
He may be dropping letters from his name, but he still knows how to put on a good show.
Nelson: It's a good show, but it's not an accurate portrayal of what happens inside the military or the intelligence community.
And it has a good show, Olga says, if frost will only keep off and no hail comes.
But in the nearest there were just Madeline and Mrs. Lenox, and that was a good show.
Having done so, he put it in his pocket, and turned with a good show of coolness to his guest.
He might have been speaking of any commonplace—a ball-game, or a good show.
They could have put up a good show in Paris and emerged from French criticism with dignity.
There was a good show of blossom, but when it came to the apples, every one was blighted.