Valentine’s Day may fall on a Tuesday in 2017, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still celebrate in style. From Feb. 10-14, we’ve rounded up 10 Valentine’s Day concerts for date night, or even just a fun evening out with friends or family.
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Valentine’s Day Concerts 2017
Andrea Bocelli | Amway Center, American Airlines Arena, Infinite Energy Arena
Andrea Bocelli fans in the south will have three different chances to catch the world-renowned tenor in concert, with shows booked Feb. 11 (Orlando), Feb. 12 (Miami), and a stop in Duluth, Ga., on Valentine’s Day.
Ariana Grande | Bridgestone Arena
See Ariana Grande early on during the North American Dangerous Woman Tour when the pop singer brings her talents to Nashville for a Valentine’s Day performance at Bridgestone Arena.
Billy Joel | Smoothie King Center
When he’s not busy performing for sold-out Madison Square Garden crowds, Billy Joel has been taking his must-see talents on the road. This year, the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans has been tabbed for a stop on Feb. 10.
Bon Jovi | Philips Arena, BB&T Center, Amalie Arena
Back with a new album and first major tour since 2013, don’t miss Bon Jovi’s latest venture when it pays a visit to fans in Atlanta (Feb. 10), Sunrise, Fla. (Feb. 12), and Tampa (Feb. 14).
Cher | Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino
Though Cher had previously embarked on a “farewell tour,” word on the street is that the run of shows lined up in 2017 will officially bring her live career to a close…maybe. Either way, it’ll be worth checking out at Las Vegas’ newest venue, the Park Theater at Monte Carlo Resort Casino. For the weekend, Cher is scheduled to perform Feb. 10-11 and 14.
Elton John | Caesars Palace
Not far from Cher, Elton John’s ongoing Sin City residency at Caesars Palace has its own block of concerts booked for Valentine’s Day weekend, Feb. 10-15. His “Million Dollar Piano” show features a collection of hits spanning the singer’s prolific, award-winning career.
Red Hot Chili Peppers | KeyBank Center, Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, Madison Square Garden
The Red Hot Chili Peppers will waste no time in 2017, as they are set to launch the North American leg of the Getaway Tour during the opening week of the new year. Right around Valentine’s Day weekend will be the East Coast stretch of the venture with stops in Buffalo (Feb. 10) and Philadelphia (Feb. 12-13) preceding a three-night run at New York City’s Madison Square Garden (Feb. 15, 17-18).
San Antonio Rodeo | AT&T Center
This multi-week extravaganza in San Antonio will be in full swing come Valentine’s Day weekend, so shop for San Antonio Rodeo tickets to see the likes of Little Big Town (Feb. 10), Sam Hunt (Feb. 11, 2 shows), Maddie and Tae (Feb. 12), John Fogerty (Feb. 13), and For King and Country (Feb. 14) live at the AT&T Center.
Sting | Agua Caliente Casino, Fillmore Auditorium Denver
See Sting with special guests Joe Sumner and The Last Bandoleros during 57th and 9th Tour dates in Rancho Mirage, Colo. (Feb. 11) and Denver (Feb. 14), though note that the latter has an age restriction of 16 and older.
Twenty One Pilots | SAP Center, Golden 1 Center, Save Mart Center
After a hugely successful year, Twenty One Pilots will keep the momentum going in 2017 via the Emotional Roadshow World Tour, which includes a West Coast stretch in San Jose (Feb. 10), Sacramento (Feb. 11), and Fresno (Feb. 14).