Marymoor series includes Barenaked Ladies, Train

  • Wed Apr 28th, 2010 7:11pm
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By Theresa Goffredo Herald Writer

Marymoor Park in Redmond turns from a recreationist’s retreat to a musical venue with big-name bands like Barenaked Ladies and Train turning up the tunes during this summer’s Concerts at Marymoor.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday. Call 800- 745-3000 or get tickets online at ticketmaster.com or visit the Marymoor website at www.concertsatmarymoor.com.

The series lineup:

Slightly Stoopid with Steel Pulse and The Expendables: The California fusion band has hits like “Wiseman” and “Closer to the Sun.” June 19. $36.

Barenaked Ladies: July 15. This Canadian export of lyrical rockers produced “Pinch Me” and “If I Had a Million Dollars.” $38 general/$53 reserved.

Sublime, with Rome, The Dirty Heads: July 7. Ska punkers Sublime produced the hit “What I Got.” $37.50.

1964 “Best Beatles Tribute in the World”: July 24. $27.50/$37.50.

Michael Franti: Aug. 7. Dreadlocked social activist and singer/songwriter with hip-hop, jazz, folk blends. $29.50/$39.50.

Rodrigo Y Gabriela: Aug. 13. This Mexican-born guitar duo released their eponymous album in 2006. $35/$39.50.

KMTT Mountain Music Festival: Featuring mainstream rockers The BoDeans: Aug. 14. $32.50/$49.50.

No Depression Festival: The Swell Season, Lucinda Williams, The Cave Singers, Alejandro Escovedo, Chuck Prophet, Punch Brothers, Sera Cahoone: Aug. 21. $45/$50.

The Doobie Brothers: Aug. 26. Rockers who gave us “Minute by Minute” and “Listen to the Music.” $40/$60.

The National: Sept. 11. Brooklyn-based, Indie rockers with albums “Alligator” and “Boxer.” $35.

Train: Sept. 19. Grammy winners for “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me).” $35/$39.50.

Theresa Goffredo: 425-339-3424; goffredo@heraldnet.com.