For all Seattle settlers; if you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience, look no further than the Snoqualmie Casino. Tucked away just off Highway 90 and minutes from both the Tiger Mountain State Forest and the Rattlesnake Mountain Area,
If you don’t want to drive yourself there, you can also avail yourself of the casino’s Sno Express. Their luxurious and eco-friendly coach service can pick you up in a host of nearby cities and drop you straight to the casino’s front door. Tickets for the Sno Express cost just $10 and, for that price, you also get a $10 food voucher for use at one of the casino’s restaurants, as well as $10 in free play on the casino floor. The Sno Express is also available for bespoke packages for groups of 40 or more; perfect for getting a big group of friends or family together for one of the many exciting live shows hosted at Snoqualmie Casino throughout the year have earned the place many positive reviews.
There are two purpose-built live entertainment venues at Snoqualmie Casino. They play host to top-tier performers throughout the year, with the Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom and the Mountain View Plaza offering an intimate viewing experience. You can take in a show in either of these venues and then venture to the bustling casino floor for some high-octane nightlife and a chance to play one of 1,700 state-of-the-art slot machines and 54 gaming tables, which allow you to sample everything from craps to blackjack variants such as Spanish 21. What's the difference? While according to Betway Casino, when playing players can double-down on a hand, Spanish 21 players can re-double hands i.e. double-down on a hand that’s alrefady been doubled, allowing players to maximize potential winning positions. Traditional blackjack also uses all 52 cards in a traditional deck but Spanish 21 removes all four 10 cards, which can improve the odds in favor of the house.
So, if you’re keen to plan a visit to "Seattle’s closest casino" then check out some of the biggest events scheduled for the busier summer months later this year:
There will be plenty more live shows scheduled later in the year at Snoqualmie Casino. If you want to keep up-to-date with the latest announcements, stay tuned to the casino’s entertainment page.
Great White and Slaughter, 13 April (8pm)
Prepare to don your studded leather jacket and boots and head to the Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom for a night of no-holds-barred rock and roll. With two great 80s rock bands performing together, you can be guaranteed a rock show like no other in Seattle. Great White were formed in Los Angeles back in 1977 and shot to fame with their album …Twice Shy, released in 1989. On their 30th anniversary, it was announced the band had sold more than 10 million records globally. Slaughter were another glam metal band which came to prominence in the early 1990s with their inaugural album Stick It to Ya reaching double platinum status in the States. Their single Fly to the Angels reached number 19 on the US Billboard charts. When these two bands come together on stage, you can guarantee that sparks will fly, as one of the most star-studded attractions in Seattle this year.
Stephen Stills & Judy Collins, 4 May (8pm)
Attention all folk fans: you can enjoy the ultimate Stills & Collins experience in early May when these two legends of folk music perform live at the Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom. Stephen Stills and Judy Collins have been close since the late 1960s, falling in love and having their relationship immortalized by Stills’ own single release Suite: Judy Blue Eyes. Stills is best known for his work with the likes of Buffalo Springfield, but he has paired up again with Collins to release a new album titled Everybody Knows with Sony Music UK. The album is a tribute to their loving and playful relationship through the decades, and their live show is sure to be one that tugs at the heartstrings.
Trace Adkins, 21 July (8pm)
One of Snoqualmie Casino’s favorite country singers returns to the Mountain View Plaza this summer for a one-off show. Trace Adkins is booked in on Saturday 21st July as part of his How Did We Get Here tour. The 56-year-old released his debut album, Dreamin’ Out Loud on Capitol Records Nashville and has since released a further ten studio albums. Over 20 of his country-rock ballads have made it on to the Billboard country music charts, including three number-one successes, (This Ain’t) No Thinkin’ Thing, Ladies Love Country Boys and You’re Gonna Miss This. The people of Seattle don’t have too long to wait to discover Adkins’ unmistakable bass-baritone voice live at the Snoqualmie Casino.Facebook Tweet Linkedin Pinterest Google + Interested in becoming a Contributor?