Josh Groban, Livestream Concert, Feb. 14, 2021

Performance time 6:00 p.m.

Join Josh Groban for a livestream concert  on Sunday, February 14 at 6:00 p.m.  During a time when it is challenging to come together for concerts and events that ignite joy and passion, we continue to strive to bring your viewers and members unforgettable experiences. That is why we are excited to offer our first national virtual concert event!

Josh Groban’s Valentine’s Day Livestream Concert Details:

  • The concert will take place on Sunday, February 14, 2021, and will be LIVE at 6:00 pm
  • The Virtual Doors for the event will open 15 minutes before the event
  • Livestream Concert Length: 90 Minutes.
  • VIP access is available for an additional cost and will be at 5:00 p.m.
    which includes Josh answering some questions submitted by attendees and an additional song. To submit a question, please look for an email about 1 week before the concert from ‘TourGigs’.
  • Tickets must be purchased by Thursday February 11 at noon.
  • Your code will be emailed to you on or before Friday February 12 at noon.

*Please be sure to provide an email address so that your Access Link for Josh Groban’s Valentine’s Day Concert can be sent to you.

Virtual Livestream tickets: $120 each and include concert access and a CD


Virtual Livestream tickets: $180 each and include concert access, a CD and tote bag


VIP Access and Virtual Livestream tickets: 240 each and include VIP access, concert access, a CD and tote bag


Please call 602-496-8888 (during regular business hours) or 888-443-2929 to reserve your tickets.

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