Seattle casino gears up for New Country Roundup event

March 18, 2024
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Snoqualmie Casino has announced the line-up for its latest marquee event.

Snoqualmie Casino will host a musical event on April 20 featuring a lineup of exciting country musicians.  

Fans will be able to watch a wealth of musical talent from across the country perform in the Seattle-based casino’s ballroom.

The premiere includes notable artists such as Karen Waldrup, who is a current contestant on NBC’s The Voice – following the release of her debut album Justified. The album has climbed to the number four spot on the US Billboard album charts, with Rolling Stone describing her track, “Sometimes He Does,” as one of the top current Country and Americana songs.  

Another artist set to perform on the night is Avery Anna, whose single “Narcissist” currently holds 86 million global streams. Seattle local Antwane Tyler will also have the chance to play in his hometown, alongside Jackson Snelling of the American Idol and The Voice alumnus.  

Located 30 minutes from downtown Seattle, the Snoqualmie Casino is located at the home fields of the Seahawks and features 55 classic table games, as well as 1,700 slot machines.  

Snoqualmie Casino’s Entertainment Manager Troy Wyatt said, “There is no substitution for hard work, and these entertainers understand that’s what it takes to be successful in this industry. We couldn’t think of a better way to show our support for hard-working independent up-and-coming artists.”

The night has been hosted in celebration of country music’s evolutionary path, with a view to how it will continue to be enjoyed by listeners in the future.  

Back in 2022, Snoqualmie casino underwent a two-year $400m expansion, with the aim of creating 500 new jobs for the local area. Now, residents will have the perfect chance to see the updates at this latest musical celebratory event. 


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