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Casinos and clubs

Tickets at Ticketmaster outlets, 206-628-0888, unless otherwise noted.

New on sale

Jem, July 7, Crocodile Cafe; $10.77.

Metal Church, July 13, Fenix Underground; $10.

Icarus Line, July 21, Crocodile Cafe; $8.

Jamie Mac Gospel Fest, Sept. 4, Temple Ballroom; $15, $25.

On sale now

Mindy Smith, June 25, Tractor Tavern; $15.

Debbie Reynolds, June 26, Lucky Eagle Casino; $25-$55.

Red Elvises &Dusty 45s, June 26, Fenix Underground; $12.

Natalie Cole, June 27, Skagit; $40-$55.

Auf Der Maur, June 30, Crocodile; $10.

Michael Bolton, July 1, Skagit; $48-$70.

Clay Walker, July 4, Nations Legends Casino; $25-$55.

Asia Fest, July 4, Emerald Queen; $30.

Lou Rawls, July 8-11, Jazz Alley; $28-$30.

Charlie Hunter Trio, July 12-15, Jazz Alley; $20-$22.

Isley Brothers, July 17, Emerald Queen; $40-$80.

Kim Waters, July 20-21, Jazz Alley; $19, $21.

Keith Urban, July 22, Skagit; $40-$55.

Arturo Sandoval, July 22-25, Jazz Alley; $22-$24.

America, July 24, Emerald Queen; $20, $30, $40.

The Delays, July 24, Crocodile; $10.

Leeann Rimes, July 25, Skagit; $40-$55.

Pat Travers/Black Dog, July 25, Royal Bear (35731 W,. Valley Highway, Algona); $12.

The Delays, July 24, Crocodile Cafe; $12.

Cleo Laine &John Dankworth, July 29-Aug. 1, Jazz Alley; $22-$24.

Sky Cries Mary, Aug. 6-7, Fenix Underground; $12.

Great White, Aug. 12, Fenix Underground; $15, $18.

Gladys Knight, Aug. 15, Skagit; $40-$55.

Real Life/Gene Loves Jezebel, Aug. 16, Fenix; $15, $18.

WASP, Aug. 31, Fenix Underground; $20, $23.

Loverboy, Sept. 18, 7 Cedars; $30, $35.

Alice Cooper, Oct. 15, Emerald Queen; $35-$70.

Ticket alert

Everett Events Center

Available online at www.everetteventscenter.com, at the box office (10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at the northwest corner of the center at Hewitt and Oakes in Everett) or by calling 866-EEC-TIXX (866-332-8499). Prices do not include service charges.

On sale now

PRCA Rodeo, June 25-27; $10-$35.

American Idols Live, July 17; $37, $47.

Concerts

Tickets at Ticketmaster outlets or 206-628-0888 unless otherwise noted. The arts line is 206-292-ARTS (2787).

New on sale

Hoobastank, July 24, Paramount; $17.50, on sale at 11 a.m. Saturday.

German Lizarrago, June 20, Stadium Exhibition Center; $35.

Dixie Queen Road Show, Aug. 6, Paramount; $20-$35.

On sale now

Children of the Revolution, June 25-26, Benaroya; $25.

“A Prairie Home Companion” featuring Garrison Keillor, June 26, Marymoor; $38.50, $58.50.

Macy Gray, June 27, Pier 62/63; $35.

Gipsy Kings, June 29, Pier 62/63; $60.

Fleetwood Mac, July 1, White River; $36.50-$150.50.

Al Green, July 1, Paramount; $45-$75.

Rush, July 2, White River; $36.25-$88.75.

The Dead &The Allman Brothers, July 3, Gorge; $56.70.

Jony Lang/Keb Mo, July 3, Pier 62/63; $45.

Sarah McLachlan, July 5, KeyArena; $45-$65.

Travis Tritt, July 9, Pier 62/63; $35.

Van’s Warped Tour, July 10, Gorge; $31.25.

Finn Brothers, July 10, Moore; $27.50.

John Mayer, July 11, White River; $33.75-$45.

Boz Skaggs, July 13, Pier 62/63; $32.

Dwight Yoakam, July 15, Skagit Outdoor Center; $42-$65.

Lollapalooza 2004, July 15-15, White River; $16.25-$55.75.

Tim McGraw and The Dancehall Doctors with Big &Rich and The Warren Brothers, July 17, Gorge; $40.45, $67.50.

Cyndi Lauper/Peggy Platt, July 17, Pier 62/63; $36.

k.d. lang, July 21, Paramount; $50-$65.

Creation Festival 2004, July 21-24, Gorge; $18, $36.

Temptations/Four Tops, July 22, Paramount; $39.50-$75.

Indigo Girls, July 23-24, Pier 62/63; $35.

Jessica Simpson, July 24, White River; $21.25, $31.25, $44.75.

Diana Krall, July 24-25, Chateau Ste. Michelle; $48.50-$79.50.

Barenaked Ladies/Alanis Morrisette, July 25, White River; $21.25-$46.25.

Eric Clapton, July 27, KeyArena; $59.50-$79.50.

Ozzfest featuring Ozzy Osbourne/Judas Priest/Slayer/Slipknot, July 27, White River; $49.50-$79.50.

Linda Ronstadt, July 27, Pier 62/63; $65.

Harry Connick Jr., July 30, Marymoor; $49.50-$73.50.

KUBE Summer Jam, July 31, Gorge; $75.

BB King’s Blues Festival, July 31-Aug. 1, Pier 62/63; $56.

Chris Isaak, Aug. 3-4, Pier 62/63; $45.

Don Henley, Aug. 5, Chateau Ste. Michelle; $60.50, $99.50.

Michael W. Smith/Mercy Me/Dave Crowder Band, Aug. 5, KeyArena; $26, $36.

Carole King, Aug. 6, Pier 62/63; $63.

Alan Jackson, Aug. 6, KeyArena; $55, $65.

Incubus, Aug. 7, KeyArena; $32.50.

KC &The Sunshine Band/Village People, Aug. 8, Skagit Outdoor Center; $43-$60.

Robert Cray/Buddy Guy, Aug. 14, Pier 62/63; $39.

Gurdas Maan, Aug. 14, Paramount; $45, $55.

David Byrne featuring Tosca Strings, Aug. 15, Pier 62/63; $32.

Earth, Wind &Fire, Aug. 15, White River; $21.75-$71.75.

Liza Minnelli, Aug. 20, Pier 62/63; $55.

Monster Truck with Big Foot, Aug. 27, Evergreen State Fair; $18-$23, price includes fair admission.

Josh Groban, Aug. 28, White River; $25.75-$81.75.

Smothers Brothers, Aug. 30, Evergreen State Fair; $15-$20, price includes fair admission.

Prince, Aug. 30-31, KeyArena; $49.50-$75.

Sawyer Brown, Aug. 31, Evergreen State Fair; $15-$20, price includes fair admission.

Peter Frampton, Sept. 1, Evergreen State Fair; $28, .

Dave Matthews Band/Jason Mraz, Sept. 3-5, Gorge; $47.60-$59.90.

Ras, Sept. 5, Bumbershoot; $15 advance single-day pass, at www.bumbershoot.org.

The Pixies, Sept. 6, Bumbershoot; $15 advance single-day pass, at www.bumbershoot.org.

Deep Purple/Joe Satriani &Thin Lizzy, Sept. 10, White River; $21.25, $41.25.

Brad Paisley/PRCA Rodeo, Sept. 10, Puyallup; $15.50.

The Neville Brothers, Sept. 13, Puyallup; $15.

Kenny Rogers, Sept. 15, Puyallup; $$22.50-$27.50.

ZZ Top, Sept. 16, Puyallup; $36.50-$41.50.

Reba McEntire, Sept. 19, Puyallup; $44.50-$49.50.

Weird Al Yankovic, Sept. 20, Puyallup; $15.

Maroon5, Sept. 22, Puyallup; $15.

Brooks &Dunn, Sept. 23, Puyallup; $39.50-$44.50.

Irish Rovers/Spirit of the West/Ennis Sisters, Sept. 24, Puyallup Fair (infield); $15, does not include fair admission.

Jack Johnson, Sept. 25, Gorge; $40.85.

Los Lobos/Julietta Venegas, Sept. 25, Puyallup; $15.

Norah Jones, Sept. 28, KeyArena; $28.50-$58.

Sting/Annie Lennox, Oct. 8, White River; $38.75-$101.25.

American Voices series, on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday:

Lewis Lapham, Sept. 21, Paramount; $10-$45.

Ann Richards, Oct. 7, Paramount; $22.50-$72.50.

Mort Sahl, Oct. 8-9, ACT Theatre; $45-$75.

Garrison Keillor, Nov. 18, McCaw; $25-$75.

Paula Poundstone, Nov. 19-21, ACT; $35-$75.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Jan. 29, Paramount; $17.50-$72.50.

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