Snoqualmie Casino is welcoming back live entertainment after a 15-month hiatus due to the COVID 19 pandemic. The long awaited lineup announcement comes on the heels of the governor’s commitment to fully reopen Washington state on June 30.
Snoqualmie Casino plans to kick off its 2021 entertainment program with a two-day summer outdoor concert weekend featuring popular country singer and songwriter Austin Jenckes followed by 1980’s pop-metal band Skid Row.
Remaining concerts and shows will take place in the property’s 11,000-square-foot ballroom providing guests a spacious yet intimate concert experience.
Two of the shows on the schedule feature musicians with ties to the Snoqualmie Valley. Austin Jenckes was born and raised in Duvall and spent time living in North Bend prior to pursuing his music career in Nashville in 2012. Jenckes still has family in the Valley and a large local following of fans.
Everclear guitarist Davey French currently lives in Snoqualmie with his family. When Davey is not touring, he offers both beginning and advanced guitar lessons via Skype and Zoom.
The current entertainment lineup includes:
■ Austin Jenckes, Aug. 13, outdoor show
■ Skid Row, Aug. 14, outdoor show
■ Everclear, Sept. 3
■ Tyler Henry – Holywood Medium, Sept. 17 and Sept. 18
■ Piff the Magic Dragon, Oct. 2
■ 2021 Monster Jam featuring “Here Come the Mummies,” Oct. 29
■ Criss Angel, Dec. 5.
Tickets are on sale online at www.snocasino.com. The casino is located at 37500 SE North Bend Way, Snoqualmie, WA 98065.