The season kicks off June 19 with the sons of reggae legend Bob Marley, Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley and Stephen Marley.
Marymoor Park offers festival seating, with some shows offering reserved seating. Tickets for most of the shows are on sale now.
Buy tickets online at AXS.com, by phone at 888-929-7849 or at these box offices:
Showbox at the Market, 1426 First Ave., Seattle; Showbox SoDo, 1700 First Ave. S, Seattle or at Marymoor Park office which opens two hours prior to show time, 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Pkwy. NE, Redmond. For more information go to www.MarymoorConcerts.com or call 206-205-3661.
All performances take place regardless of weather.
The Marleys: June 19. Grammy award winning reggae musicians Damian Marley and Stephen Marley along with Ghetto Youths Crew and The Green,
Pink Martini: Aug. 4. Eclectic, modern music with band leader, Thomas Lauderdale, and vocalist, China Forbes.
Summer Camp: Aug. 10. The End's Summer Camp brings new artists to be announced.
Hall and Oates: Aug. 13. There is no bad song by the duo of Daryl Hall and John Oates who will crank out tunes from their hit machine including "Kiss on My List," "Maneater," "She's Gone," "Rich Girl," "Sara Smile," "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)" and "Private Eyes."
Steely Dan: Aug. 15. Going back to the '70s with "Reelin' in the Years," "Rikki Don't Lose That Number," "Deacon Blues," "Peg" and "Hey Nineteen."
Willie Nelson: Aug. 23. The country legend brings hits like "Always On My Mind" and "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys."
Furthur: Sept. 24. Former Grateful Dead members, Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, along with rockers Jeff Chimenti, John Kadlecik and Joe Russo, play Dead classics.
The Lumineers: Date to be announced. One of today's hot new bands, with a hit at the top of the charts with "Ho Hey" and "Stubborn Love."
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