Tulalip Summer Concert series announced

  • Jackson Holtz
  • Tuesday, April 5, 2011 11:18am
  • Life

It’ll be easy to “Listen to the Music” with The Doobie Brothers, be “Bad to the Bone” with George Thorogood and groove to Kenny Roger’s “Gamblin'” at the Tulalip Resort and Casino this summer.

The 2011 Summer Concert Series line-up was announced this morning and promises some top notch acts.

Academy Award and Grammy-winner Jamie Foxx brings his R&B hits including “Fall For Your Type,” “Blame It” and “Gold Digger.”

The popular Seattle group, Spike and the Impalers, returns featuring KZOK’s Spike O’Neill and Bob Rivers with their classic rock hits.

And the King of Motown, Smokey Robinson, rounds out the season.

Here’s the schedule:

•The Doobie Brothers — July 8

Jamie Foxx — July 22

Spike and the Impalers — July 29

George Thorogood — Aug. 5

Smokey Robinson — Aug. 19

Kenny Rogers — Aug. 26

Reserved seating and general admission tickets for all performances will be available soon.

Tickets can be purchased at the Tulalip Resort Casino Rewards Club desk or online at www.ticketmaster.com.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and concerts start at 7 p.m.

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