2020 Concert Ticket Gift Guide - Harry Styles, Eagles, More!

The holidays are right around the corner ... and what better gift than the gift of live music?
Tons of artists and bands are hitting the road in the upcoming winter months, so if you're struggling to come up with gift ideas for your family and friends, look no further! We've crafted a Concert Ticket Gift-Giving Guide for the perfect live music experience for everyone in your life.

For your e-Girl younger sister: Billie Eilish

With a chart-topping debut record and six Grammy nominations under her belt, Billie Eilish is the pinnacle of a Soundcloud success story. Her emotionally-aware lyrics and total lack of sexualization in her aesthetic have seemingly made her a spokesperson and role model for Gen Z-ers.
The 17-year-old recently became the youngest person ever to be nominated for the Big Four Grammy noms: Record of the Year ("Bad Guy"), Song of the Year ("Bad Guy"), Album of the Year (When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? ) and Best New Artist.
She's hitting the road in March, partnering with environmental non-profit Reverb to spread climate-change awareness. Peep her upcoming tour info here.

For your bestie: Harry Styles

Whether you were a die-hard 1D stan in your youth or just recently hopped on the Harry Styles bandwagon, his upcoming tour will be a perfect night out for you and your best friend.
Styles kicks off his Love on Tour in April in support of his forthcoming sophomore solo album Fine Line, which drops in December. Why not treat your friend to a bundle gift of tickets and the new record?
We have all the deets about the tour here.
In the meantime, forget your winter blues and listen to his summer-y new single, "Watermelon Sugar."
Harry Styles, "Watermelon Sugar"

For your country-loving mom: Zac Brown Band

ZBB are extending their Owl Tour into the new year! The band just announced a new string of 20 dates that will keep them on the road from February to April, with two additional shows in July.
These new dates come on the heels of a massive summer tour in support of the group's latest album, The Owl, which features singles "Someone I Used to Know," "Leaving Love Behind," "Warrior" and "Need This."
Throughout the tour, the band has been playing a mix of songs from their entire discography. So if your mom STILL can't get enough of "Chicken Fried" and "Knee Deep" and loves hearing experimental covers of classic songs, this tour is the perfect gift!
Check out one of the band's recent setlists:
Zac Brown Band setlist
We have all the whooooos, whats and whens about the band's new Owl Tour dates here.

For your nostalgic dad: Eagles

What better escape from the holiday madness than a stay at the Hotel California?
The Eagles have extended their massive world tour that originally kicked off in May. Don Henly and Co. will be touring through the States from February to April. On the most recent leg of their tour, the rock legends performed their seminal album Hotel California in full, in addition to a few solo cuts (shoutout Joe Walsh!) and some covers.
If your dad wants to experience some "Life in the Fast Lane," tickets to one of these shows are a great way to thank him for all he's done for you.
Head to the Eagles' website for upcoming tour information.

For your woke uncle: Rage Against the Machine

"The Renegades of Funk" are back! The iconic political rockers will reunite to headline both weekends of Coachella in April, in addition to three shows along the Mexican border in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona.
The last time the band played together was at the L.A. Rising Festival in 2011. Since then, members Tom Morello, Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford formed Prophets of Rage alongside Chuck D and DJ Lord (Public Enemy) and B-Real (Cypress Hill).
Skip the political talk at the Thanksgiving table this year, and give these tickets to your uncle instead!
All you need to know about RATM's upcoming reunion is here.

For your metal-head cousin: Korn + Breaking Benjamin

No, it's not an angsty fever dream. Korn and Breaking Ben are joining forces for a winter tour!
The outing will feature the two bands hitting up arenas starting in January. Korn are still celebrating their recently-released new album, The Nothing, and Breaking Ben are touring behind last year's Ember.
Check out one of Korn's setlists from their summer tour with Alice in Chains to get a sneak preview of what to expect from the nu-metal gods:
Korn setlist
Get all that tour and ticket info here.
Check out Setlist.fm on Twitter and Instagram for the latest in live music news, and for upcoming tour announcements in time for the holidays. Happy shopping!
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Last updated: 28 Jan 2020, 06:11 Etc/UTC