Comedian Jim Breuer will perform Dec. 4 at Neptune Theatre in Seattle. (Associated Press file)

Comedian Jim Breuer will perform Dec. 4 at Neptune Theatre in Seattle. (Associated Press file)

Tickets for sale in Snohomish County and around the region


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

Xtreme International Ice Racing: Dec. 21, from $7.

Fed Cup Qualifying Rounds: Feb. 7-8, from $30.

Cirque Du Soleil “Axel”: April 9-12, from $44.

Cher: May 4, from $62.95.

Camila Cabello: July 31, from $39.

Tickets at or 866-332-8499.


White Christmas Sing-Along: Nov. 30, $10.

“O Christmas Tea: A British Comedy”: Dec. 3, from $19.

Christmas with the Gothard Sisters: Dec. 5, from $10.

Christmas in Edmonds: Featuring the Mosaic Choir & Orchestra, Dec. 7, from $15.

Cascade Symphony Orchestra: Dec. 8-9, $27.

CeCe Winans’ Christmas Show: Dec. 11, from $39.

Olympic Ballet Theatre: “The Nutcracker”: Dec. 19-23, from $32.

Dan and Claudia Zanes: Jan. 10-11, from $9.

Cascade Symphony Orchestra: Jan. 13, $27.

Mavis Staples: Jan. 16, from $39.

SheshBesh: Jan. 18, from $19.

Call 425-275-9595 or


The Holiday Round: With Alex Johnston, Hillary Grace Fretland, Moody Bear, Rio Chanae, Sarah Feinberg and The Porters, Dec. 12, Schack Art Center, $5.

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

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Geoffrey Castle’s Celtic Christmas: Nov. 30, from $23.

Mark O Connor’s “An Appalachian Christmas”: Dec. 6, from $44.

Banff Mountain Film Festival: Dec. 9-10, from $20.

James Garner’s Christmas Show: Johnny Cash tribute, Dec. 15, from $20.

A Night of Improv: Dec. 28, from $12.

Tickets at the box office, at 425-258-6766 or at


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: Hamilton tribute band, March 7, $42.

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

Ticket information: 425-298-3449 or


Tingstad and Rumbel: Nov. 30, $25.

The Lonely Hearts Club: The Beatles tribute, Dec. 1, $20.

Nick Dumas, Chris Luquette and Andrew Knapp: Dec. 7, $25.

Jim Page and Bill Davie: Dec. 8, $20.

Jose Gonzales Trio: Dec. 15, $25.

Crackpot Comedy: Dec. 21, $5.

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


Loverboy: Feb. 8, from $55.

Michael Bolton: Feb. 15, from $70.

Shaun Cassidy: May 30, from $55.

Ticketmaster: 800-745-3000 or


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

“She Loves Me”: Feb. 28-March 22, Everett Performing Arts Center.

“Hansel & Gretl & Heidi & Gunter”: April 24-May 17, Everett Performing Arts Center.

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

Tickets at or 425-257-8600.


Seattle Art Museum: “Flesh and Blood: Italian Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum,” through Jan. 26;

Seattle Opera: “Eugene Onegin,” Jan. 11-12, 15, 18, 19, 22, 24-25;

Seattle Repertory Theatre: “Shout Sister Shout!,” through Dec. 22;

Pacific Northwest Ballet: “The Nutcracker,” Nov. 29-Dec. 28;

Museum of History and Industry: “Beyond Bollywood: Indian Americans Shape the Nation,” through Jan. 26;

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


The Tenors: Nov. 29, Benaroya Hall;

Tribal Theory: Nov. 30, Crocodile Cafe;

Seattle Rock Orchestra: Nov. 30, Moore Theatre;

Dreamers: Dec. 2, Crocodile Cafe;

Jim Breuer: Dec. 4, Neptune Theatre;

Sin Bandera: Dec. 5, WaMu Theater;

Seattle Symphony: Dec. 6-7, Benaroya Hall;

Allah Las: Dec. 6, Neumos;

Conan Gray: Dec. 7, Showbox SoDo;

Jim Brickman: Dec. 8, Benaroya Hall;

Brian Setzer: Dec. 13-14, The Moore Theatre;

deadmau5: Dec. 19, WaMu Theater;

Pearl Django: Jan. 7-8, Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley;

Dermot Kennedy: Jan. 26, Paramount Theatre;

KISS: Sept. 19, The Gorge;

Brandi Carlile: June 6, The Gorge;

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