Tickets for sale in Snohomish County and around the region

ANGEL OF THE WINDS ARENA

Shreya Ghoshal: Sept. 13, from $61.

Casting Crowns: Sept. 28, from $18.

“We Will Rock You”: Musical by Queen and Ben Elton, Sept. 30, from $35.

for KING & COUNTRY: Nov. 3, from $23.

Disney On Ice: “Mickey’s Search Party,” Nov. 7-10, from $28.

Harlem Globetrotters: Nov. 15, TBA.

Cirque Musica: “Holiday Wishes,” Nov. 20, from $39.50.

Mannheim Steamroller Christmas: Dec. 8, from $42.

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

BYRNES PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Legend of the Blues VII: With Janiva Magness and NW All Star Blues Broads, Nov. 23, from $20.

Tickets information: www.brownpapertickets.com or 360-435-3778.

EDMONDS CENTER FOR THE ARTS

An Evening with Garrison Keillor: Sept. 13, from $30.

“KUOW Week in Review Live: Edmonds”: Sept. 19, free.

India Arie: Sept. 21, from $44.

Naturally 7: Sept. 26, from $24.

Farzad Farzin: Sept. 28, from $50.

Los Lobos: Oct. 3, from $39.

Doctor Kaboom: “The Wheel of Science”: Oct. 11, $9.

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

EVERETT CIVIC AUDITORIUM

Loren and Mark: Sept. 21.

Tajci: Oct. 19.

The Rice Brothers: Nov. 17.

The Maxwell Quartet: Feb. 1.

Sail On: Beach Boys tribute band, Feb. 16.

Sons of Serendip: March 28.

Harry James Orchestra: April 18.

A season pass for all seven shows costs $60. Ticket information: 360-687-2927 or www.everettcivicmusic.com.

EVERETT MUSIC INITIATIVE

Wild Coyote Country and Americana Music Festival, Oct. 10-12. Ticket prices TBA.

More at www.facebook.com/EverettMusicInitiative.

EVERGREEN STATE FAIR

Switchfoot: Aug. 26, from $30.

Brett Young: Aug. 27, from $25.

The Newsboys with Adam Agee: Aug. 28, from $20.

Born to be Wild Tour: Aug. 29, from $20.

Aloe Blacc: Aug. 30, from $25.

Tickets at the fair box office, www.etix.com or 800-514-3849.

HISTORIC EVERETT THEATRE

Petty Fever with Medicine Hat: Tom Petty tribute band, Sept. 7, $25.

The Who Invasion: The Who tribute, Sept. 14, from $22.

Abbaadabra: ABBA tribute band, Sept. 21, from $44.

Puddle of Mudd with Benni James: Sept. 28, from $40.

Caspar Babypants: Oct. 5, $8.

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

NORTHSHORE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

“Broadway’s Next Hit Musical”: Sept. 28, $42.

Reduced Shakespeare Co.: “The Compete Works of William Shakespeare,” Oct. 19, $42.

Backtrack: Nov. 9, $42.

Mark Cordes is The Spouse Whisperer: Nov. 17, $42.

Bernadette Bascom: Nov. 24, $42.

Emerald Ballet’s “The Nutcracker”: Dec. 7-8, Dec. 14-15, from $38.

Josephine: Jan. 25, $42.

Halau o Keikiali’i: Feb. 22, $42.

Rise Up: March 7, $42.

AbbaFab: ABBA tribute band, March 14, $42.

Ticket information: 425-298-3449 or www.npacf.org.

MARYSVILLE OPERA HOUSE

Margaret Wilder Band: Sept. 19, $5.

John Carswell and the Blues Project: Oct. 17, $5.

Petty or Not: Tom Petty tribute band, Nov. 9, from $15.

Chris Eger and Cory Vincent: Nov. 21, $5.

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

THUMBNAIL THEATER

“Summer Shorts”: Through Aug. 25, $15.

Nu-Blue: Sept. 14, $20.

Gothard Sisters: Sept. 15, $25.

Country Lips: Sept. 21, $20.

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

TULALIP RESORT CASINO

Travis Tritt and The Charlie Daniels Band: Aug. 15, from $70.

Patti LaBelle and The Pointer Sisters: Sept. 8, from $70.

Air Supply: Sept. 21, from $65.

Herman’s Hermits: Oct. 4, from $50.

Richard Marx: Nov. 9, from $55.

Jefferson Starship: Nov. 22, from $50.

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

VILLAGE THEATRE

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”: Oct. 25 to Nov. 17, Everett Performing Arts Center.

“Guys & Dolls”: Jan. 3 to Feb. 2, Everett Performing Arts Center.

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

SEATTLE’S BEST

Seattle Art Museum: “Victorian Radicals,” through Sept. 8; www.seattleartmuseum.org.

Seattle Opera: “Rigoletto,” Aug. 23-25 and 28; www.seattleopera.org.

Seattle Repertory Theatre: “As You Like It,” Sept. 6-8; www.seattlerep.org.

Pacific Northwest Ballet: “Carmina Burana and Agon,” Sept. 27 through Oct. 6; www.pnb.org.

Museum of History and Industry: “Seattle Style: Fashion/Function,” through Oct. 14; www.mohai.org.

Museum of Pop Culture: “A Queen Within,” “Nirvana,” “Prince From Minneapolis,” “Fantasy: Worlds of Myth and Magic,” “Scared to Death,” “Infinite Worlds of Science Fiction” and “Pearl Jam;” www.mopop.org.

THE REGION

Dave Matthews Band: Aug. 30 to Sept. 1, Gorge Amphitheater, www.ticketmaster.com.

Bon Iver: Sept. 6, Gorge Amphitheatre; www.livenation.com.

Tony Bennett: Sept. 7, Paramount Theatre; www.stgpresents.com.

Deep Purple: Sept. 11, Paramount Theatre; www.songkick.com.

Bryan Adams: Sept. 18, WaMu Theater; www.songkick.com.

Alice in Chains: Sept. 20, WaMu Theater; www.livenation.com.

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band: Sept. 21, Tacoma Dome; www.livenation.com.

Sara Bareilles: Sept. 22, WaMu Theater; www.songkick.com.

Breaking Benjamin: Sept. 22, White River Amphitheatre; www.livenation.com.

Banks: Sept. 25, Showbox SoDo; www.showboxpresents.com.

NGHTMRE and SLANDER: With Seven Lions and The Glitch Mob, Oct. 5, Gorge Amphitheatre; www.livenation.com.

Logic: Oct. 8, WaMu Theater; www.ticketmaster.com.

Jonas Brothers: Oct. 12, Tacoma Dome; www.ticketmaster.com.

The Who: Oct. 19, T-Mobile Park; www.livenation.com.

Jon Pardi: Oct. 24, Paramount Theatre; www.stgpresents.org.

The Black Keys: Nov. 23, Tacoma Dome; www.ticketmaster.com.

deadmau5: Dec. 19, WaMu Theater; www.livenation.com.

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