Regional arts and entertainment tickets for sale

Xfinity Arena

Harlem Globetrotters: Feb. 19, from $28.50.

MercyMe with Hawk Nelson and Micah Tyler: May 12, from $18.

Tickets at or 866-332-8499.

Edmonds Center for the Arts

Naturally 7: Feb. 15, $24-$59.

Comedy Night 10: Feb. 17-18, $25.

Irish Rovers with We Banjo 3: Feb. 25, $19-$54.

DeMiero Jazz Fest: March 2-4, $25-$70.

Kamikaze Fireflies: March 25, $10.

Arlo Guthrie: April 19, $39 to $74.

Call 425-275-9595,

Historic Everett Theatre

Animotion and NuShooz: Feb. 4, from $25.

Jubal Flagg Valentines Day Ball: Feb. 11, $15 to $24.

Olivia Newton-John, Beth Nielsen Chapman and Amy Sky: Feb. 16, $50-$65.

One Man Star Wars Trilogy by Charles Ross: Feb. 18, $35.

Emerson Drive: Feb. 24, from $42.

Steam Powered Giraffe: Feb. 25, $15 to $30.

James Garner tribute to Johnny Cash: March 4, $15 to $24.

The Association: March 10, $35 to $50.

Tickets at the box office, by phone at 425-258-6766 or online at or

Village Theatre

“Singin’ In the Rain”: Through Feb. 5, $38 to $73, Everett Performing Arts Center.

Tickets at or 425-257-8600.

Local festivals

Fisherman’s Village Music Festival: March 31-April 2, Everett, www.thefishermans Find $25 early bird tickets at

The Spur Festival: June 22-25, Darrington,

The Darrington Bluegrass Festival: July 21-23, Darrington,

2017 Summer Meltdown: Aug. 10-13, Darrington,

Tulalip Resort Casino

Rita Rudner and Robert Klein: Feb. 3, from $65.

Mark Chesnutt: Feb. 4, from $45.

Brad Garrett: March 4, from $50.

Howie Mandel: April 7, from $65.

Ticketmaster: 800-745-3000 or

Around the region

Pacific Northwest Ballet: “Cendrillon,” Feb. 3-12,

Seattle Repertory Theatre: “Well,” Feb. 10-March 5,

Seattle Art Museum: Jacob Lawrence — The Migration Series, through April 23,

Seattle Symphony: Hilary Hahn, Bruch Violin Concerto, Feb. 9, 11, 12,

Seattle Opera: “Katya Kabanova,” Feb. 25-March 11,

Teatro ZinZanni’s “Welcome to Wonderland”: Through Feb. 26,

Adam Ant: Feb. 3, Neptune,

Sarah Silverman: Feb. 7, Paramount,

“Pajama Game”: Feb. 10-March 5, 5th Avenue Theatre, from $36,

“Rent”: Feb. 21-26, Paramount,

Taylor Hicks: Feb. 16, Benaroya Hall, Seattle,

Blood, Sweat & Tears: Feb. 17-18, Skagit Casino Resort,

Chris D’Elia: Feb. 23, Neptune,

Wintergrass Music Festival: Feb. 23-27, Bellevue,

Blake Shelton: Feb. 25, Tacoma Dome,

Live Wire with Luke Burbank: March 3, Neptune,

Billy Crystal: March 4, Paramount,

Ann Wilson: March 8, Moore Theatre,

Dance Theatre of Harlem: March 11-12, Paramount,

Red Hot Chili Peppers: March 17, KeyArena,

Rickie Lee Jones & Madeleine Peyroux: March 22, Neptune,

Yonder Mountain String Band: March 23, Showbox, Seattle,

Ariana Grande: March 23, KeyArena,

Greensky Bluegrass: March 30, The Showbox,

Cirque du Soleil: March 30-April 30, Marymoor Park, Redmond,

Radiohead: April 8, Key Arena,

Dweezil Zappa’s 50 Years of Frank: April 26, Neptune Theatre,

U2 with Mumford & Sons: May 14, CenturyLink Field, Seattle,

Up Stream Music Fest & Summit: May 11-13, Pioneer Square, Seattle,

Sasquatch! Music Fest: May 26-28, The Gorge,

Ticket vendors

Xfinity Arena: or 866-332-8499.

Edmonds Center for the Arts: or 425-275-9595.


Brown Paper Tickets:

Live Nation:

Seattle Theatre Group: or 877-784-4849.

Ticketmaster: or 800-745-3000.

Gale Fiege: 425-339-3427; Twitter: @galefiege.

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