Often free, music, comedy and other performances can be an exciting addition to your lineup of fun and games.
Live entertainment is one of the hidden pleasures of an evening at one of the area’s casinos. Often free and always entertaining, music, comedy and other performances can be an exciting addition to your lineup of fun and games.
Live music is performed in the Watershed Lounge every Friday and Saturday night. Dance to a range of musical styles from 9 p.m. to midnight.
In addition, enjoy more live tunes on Country & Western Wednesdays and Acoustic Thursdays. Weekly performances go from 7–10 p.m.
A variety of musical styles can be heard live at Club Galaxy, including Radio 80 on May 19, Notorious 253 on May 20, and Wally and the Beaves on May 21.
On May 27–29, a British battle of the bands will have fans cheering for their favorites. Beatles vs. Stones will feature Beatles songs performed by tribute band Abbey Road and the music of the Rolling Stones by tribute band Jumping Jack Flash. Each evening, the bands will trade song sets before joining forces for the encore.
The Qzone hosts live musical acts every Friday and Saturday, starting at 9 p.m. Coming up on May 20 is Social Network, a band made up of veteran Seattle musicians, followed on May 21 by Chance McKinney, a past winner of Country Music Television’s search for the nation’s top unsigned artist.
In addition to concerts featuring nationally acclaimed country, rock and jazz artists, the 11,000-square-foot Snoqualmie Ballroom also hosts a variety of live events.
Ladies can thrill to Thunder From Down Under, a male revue show, from May 19–21. Tickets range from $27–$39. Boxing fans will enjoy Rumble on the Ridge 34, taking place May 28. Tickets range from $45–$110.
Country music enthusiasts have a pair of upcoming concerts from which to choose. Craig Wayne Boyd, a past winner of TV’s “The Voice,” performs on June 4 (tickets $20–$35); and singersongwriter Jerry Jeff Walker plays on June 11 (tickets $23–$53).
Comedy performances are also part of the entertainment lineup at many casinos, and Tulalip is no exception. Comedienne Roseanne Barr performs on May 26 at 8 p.m. at the Orca Ballroom, with tickets starting at $45.
Comedy hypnotist Ron Stubbs performs a free show in the Canoes Cabaret on June 3 at 8 p.m.
Live music will be performed by Who Else, a Who tribute band, on May 20; the Wingmen on May 21; and Wings N Things, a Paul McCartney tribute band, on May 22. All shows are free and take place in the Canoes Cabaret.