Cher is scheduled to perform Oct. 12 at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett. (Associated Press)

Cher is scheduled to perform Oct. 12 at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett. (Associated Press)

Tickets for sale in Snohomish County and around the regio

ANGEL OF THE WINDS ARENA

Camila Cabello: July 31, from $39.

Cher: Oct. 12, from $62.95.

Tickets at www.angelofthewindsarena.com or 866-332-8499.

DARRINGTON BLUEGRASS MUSIC PARK

Darrington Bluegrass Festival: July 17-19, $65; www.darringtonbluegrass.com.

Summer Meltdown: Aug. 6-9, from $260; www.summermeltdownfest.com.

EDMONDS CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Jacob Jonas The Company’s “Crash”: May 21, from $29.

Eva Ayllón: May 30, from $69.

Lorrie Morgan: July 2, from $34.

Masters of Hawaiian Music: July 10, from $19.

Call 425-275-9595 or www.edmondscenterforthearts.org.

EVERETT MUSIC INITIATIVE

Fisherman’s Village Music Festival: May 14-16, downtown Everett, $69.

More at www.facebook.com/EverettMusicInitiative.

HISTORIC EVERETT THEATRE

George Michael Reborn: George Michael & Wham! tribute, May 15, from $35.

Pink Floyd Laser Show: May 29, $30.

The Hit Men: May 30, from $42.

Hot Blooded: Foreigner tribute band, June 5, from $32.

Bees Gees Gold: Bees Gees tribute, June 6, from $24.

Exit 192 Improv Comedy: June 12, $15.

Liverpool Legends: June 13, from $40.

The Who Invasion: June 20, $35.

Tickets at the box office, at 425-258-6766 or at www.yourhet.org.

MARYSVILLE OPERA HOUSE

Pearl Django: May 31, $15.

LeRoy Bell & His Only Friends: June 13, $15.

Every Leaf Band: Aug. 29, $15.

Illusion of Elvis: Oct. 25, $15.

Ticket information: 360-363-8400 or www.marysvillewa.gov.

THUMBNAIL THEATER

The Gothard Sisters: June 6, $25.

Pearl Django: October TBD, $25.

Ticket information: www.thumbnailtheater.org, Brown Paper Tickets, or call 360-568-9412.

TULALIP RESORT CASINO

Grits & Glamour: Lorrie Morgan and Pam Tillis, Sept. 26, from $50.

Ladies of the 80’s: Jody Watley, Taylor Dayne and Lisa Lisa, Oct. 16, from $55.

Billy Ocean: Oct. 23, from $55.

Ticketmaster: 800-745-3000 or www.ticketmaster.com.

VILLAGE THEATRE

“Hansel & Gretl & Heidi & Gunter”: Through May 17, Everett Performing Arts Center.

“The Wedding Singer”: June 26-July 26, Everett Performing Arts Center.

Tickets at www.villagetheatre.org or 425-257-8600.

SEATTLE’S BEST

Seattle Art Museum: “The Allure of Matter: Material Art from China,” June 25-Sept. 7; www.seattleartmuseum.org.

Seattle Opera: “La Bohème,” through May 19; www.seattleopera.org.

Pacific Northwest Ballet: “Pite — Tharp — Liang,” May 29-June 7; www.pnb.org.

Museum of History and Industry: “American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith,” through Aug. 16; www.mohai.org.

Museum of Pop Culture: “Minecraft: The Exhibition,” through Sept. 7; www.mopop.org.

THE REGION

William Elliott Whitmore: May 9, Substation; www.eventbrite.com.

Polyrhythmics: May 9, Neumos; www.vividseats.com.

Chicano Batman: May 15, Showbox at the Market; www.vividseats.com.

Celtic Woman: May 15, Paramount Theatre; www.stgpresents.org.

Citizen Cope: May 15, Moore Theatre; www.stgpresents.org.

The Avett Brothers: May 15, WaMu Theater; www.vividseats.com.

Brendan Benson: May 15, Tractor Tavern; www.vividseats.com.

Journey: May 16, The Gorge; www.vividseats.com.

Bill Nye: May 16, Moore Theatre; www.stgpresents.org.

Burna Boy: May 18, Showbox SoDo; www.livenation.com.

Lennon Stella: June 28, Showbox SoDo; www.livenation.com.

“The Masked Singer”: July 18, Paramount Theatre; www.livenation.com.

Deftones: July 28, WaMu Theater; www.livenation.com.

Guns N’ Roses: Aug. 2, T-Mobile Park; www.livenation.com.

Janet Jackson: Aug. 23, Tacoma Dome; www.ticketmaster.com.

Alicia Keys: Aug. 30, WaMu Theater; www.livenation.com.

Dave Matthews Band: Sept. 4-6, The Gorge; www.livenation.com.

John Legend: Sept. 10-11, Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery; www.wineryconcerts.com.

KISS: With David Lee Roth, Sept. 19, The Gorge; www.livenation.com.

Brandi Carlile: June 6, The Gorge; www.ticketmaster.com.

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