Written by Live Nation Staff • February 14, 2017
It's that time of year again... Valentine's Day. Whether you're in a relationship, looking for love, single, — or just really committed to chocolate, there’s a concert for you and yours. We’ve got you covered with a ticket gift guide perfect for your sweetie, your loved ones, or even just you. Candy gets eaten, flowers wither, but who would ever forget an amazing night of music? Here’s our guide to the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift — tickets!
The Starboy tour, which launches this spring, has a high potential to make you feel all the feels, and you’ll probably end up on your feet dancing too. Get tickets.
The Dangerous Woman tour has your favorite pop fan covered. If you’re lucky enough to be in Nashville on Valentine’s Day, you can even make the show a surprise date or treat for yourself. And don’t miss the openers Little Mix.
The Piano Man’s residency at New York’s Madison Square Garden rolls on, but he’s also got massive gigs all over America this year — and he’s guaranteed to play plenty of goodies from his decades of hits. Get tickets.
Seems fitting to give your honey tickets to the Death of a Bachelor tour for Valentine’s Day. Frontman Brendon Urie’s got a serious croon, too, so what’s not to love? Get tickets.
Super hot Country power couple Tim & Faith aren’t just partners in life, they’re partners on the road. The duo is performing together this year, so you can turn their romantic tour into your ultimate date night. Get tickets.
In case you forgot exactly how heart-meltingly smooth Legend is, his performance behind the keys at the Grammys was a great reminder. But you can catch that emotion live. Get tickets.
For the hip-hop fan in your life, Big Sean’s I Decided tour is a hot ticket. Make sure you get there early to catch opener Lil Yachty. Bonus for those near Gainesville, Florida: the tour lands there the day after Valentine’s, so you can make love’s biggest holiday last one night longer.
(All photos by Getty Images, except the Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie photo by Lyle A. Waisman, One Nation)
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