Tickets for sale in Snohomish County and around the region


Shinedown and Godsmack: Oct. 10, from $39.50.

Skate America: Oct. 19-21, from $125.

EnduroCross: Oct. 27, from $25.

Disney on Ice: Nov. 8-11, from $15.

Tickets at www.angelofthewinds or 866-332-8499.


War: Oct. 12, from $55.

Ticketmaster: 800-745-3000 or


Caspar Babypants: Sept. 29, $8.

Tribute Time Machine (Elvis tribute): Oct. 5, from $20.

Noise Pollution: Oct. 6, $35.

A Night of Elvi: Oct. 12, $25.

Gary Puckett and the Union Gap with The Box Tops: Oct. 13, from $50.

BOSTYX: Oct. 19, $45.

Petty Thief: Oct. 20, from $15.

Liverpool Legends: Oct. 27, from $35.

Fabulous Thunderbirds with Stacy Jones Band: Nov. 3, from $25.

Nearly Dan Tribute to Steely Dan: Nov. 10, $30.

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


Graham Nash: Oct. 1, from $40.

Jesse Cook: Oct. 7, from $24.

Skerryvore and We Banjo 3: Oct. 10, from $19.

Keb’ Mo’: Oct. 13, from $34.

Kaki King: Oct. 18, from $19.

Cascade Symphony Orchestra: Oct. 22, from $27.

BodyVox’s BloodyVox: Oct. 27, from $19.

Orange is the New Barack: Nov. 1, from $29.

The Boy Who Could Sing Pictures: Nov. 5, $8.

Call 425-275-9595 or www.


The Life of Riley: Sept. 29, $20.

Gypsy Soul: Oct. 20, $20.

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


We Are Everett 5K and Concert: Sept. 29, Everett Memorial Stadium, from $40.

Wild Coyote Americana and Country Music Festival: Oct. 4-6, from $20.

More at


The Blues Project with John Carswell: Oct. 18, $5.

Karl Blau with The Easy Leaves: Nov. 3, $18.

The Margaret Wilder Band: Nov. 15, $5.

Ticket information: 360-363-8400 or


“The Noteworthy Life of Howard Barnes”: Oct. 26-Nov. 18, Everett Performing Arts Center.

“Matilda the Musical”: Jan. 4-Feb. 3, Everett Performing Arts Center.

“I Do! I Do!”: March 1-24, Everett Performing Arts Center.

Tickets at or 425-257-8600.


Seattle Rock Orchestra: Oct. 20, from $20.

Chris Perondi’s Stunt Dog Experience: Nov. 18, from $20.

Nutcracker: Dec. 1-9, from $20.

Geoffrey Castle’s Celtic Christmas: Dec. 15, from $20.

Ticket information: 425-298-2449 or


Seattle Art Museum: “Peacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India,” Oct. 18-Jan. 21;

Seattle Opera: “The Turn of the Screw,” Oct. 13-26; www.seattle

Seattle Repertory Theatre: “A Thousand Splendid Suns,” Oct. 5-Nov. 10;

Seattle Symphony: Leslie Odom Jr., Oct. 2-3;

Pacific Northwest Ballet: Jerome Robbins Festival, through Sept. 29;

The 5th Avenue Theatre: “Come From Away,” Oct. 9-Nov. 4;

Museum of History and Industry: “WWI America” through Feb. 10;

Museum of Pop Culture: “Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes,” “Holodome” and “Pearl Jam;”


Yuridia: Sept. 27, Moore Theatre;

Miguel: Sept. 28, WaMu Theater;

Artis the Spoonman: Oct. 3, Neptune Theatre;

The Brothers Four: Oct. 6, McIntyre Hall;

John Scofield’s Combo 66: Oct. 11-14, Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley;

Iliza: Oct. 12, Moore Theatre;

Matt Costa/Tennis: Oct. 12, The Crocodile;

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike: Oct. 12-27, Whidbey Island Center for the Arts,

Mark Turner/Ethan Iverson: Oct. 15, Earshot Jazz Festival;

Kamasi Washington: Oct. 17, The Showbox; www.showbox

Brian Fallon with Craig Finn: Oct. 21, Neptune Theatre;

Jazzmeia Horn: Oct. 23, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute;

Jakob Bro Trio: Oct. 27, Earshot Jazz Festival;

Drake: Nov. 1, Tacoma Dome;

Goo Goo Dolls: Nov. 3, Paramount Theatre;

Troye Sivan: Nov. 7, Paramount Theatre;

Justin Timberlake: Nov. 12, Tacoma Dome;

G Herbo: Nov. 13, Neptune Theatre;

Rufus Wainwright: Nov. 14, Moore Theatre;

Medasin: Nov. 16, Neumos;

Fleetwood Mac: Nov. 17, Tacoma Dome;

Coco Montoya/Legend of the Blues: Nov. 17, Byrnes Performing Arts Center; www.brown

Excision: Nov. 23, Tacoma Dome;

Elvis Costello & The Imposters: Dec. 3, Paramount Theatre;

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