Snoqualmie Casino Concerts


Snoqualmie Casino’s two amazing venues (Ballroom and Mountain View Plaza) host talented artists all year round during its concerts.  Going to a concert at Snoqualmie Casino is a great activity after dinner or before a night of gaming inside. All the concerts are held in ideal listening and hearing environments. Furthermore, the Snoqualmie Casino concerts are free on Friday.  Free concerts feature high-energy, national tribute, and cover bands. These concerts will keep you on your feet all night long. It’s a great idea to bring friends and grab some drinks while you enjoy the sweets sounds on Friday night.

Here is the upcoming entertainment schedule at the Snoqualmie Casino:

Entertainment acts range from music (rock, country, pop, oldies), comedy, magic, to steamy sexy.  Vegas-based shows the Thunder from Down Under and Dark Circus have appeared.  Broadway based shows “The Illusionists” have appeared.  


Snoqualmie Casino Concerts Venues

Snoqualmie Casino has two amazing venues for hosting concerts and other entertainment.  These are the Ballroom and Mountain View Plaza.  


The Ballroom is an opulently appointed 11,000 square foot event venue.  It features top names in entertainment year round.  From niche Asian bands such as Tinh, to legends of country, blues, jazz, and rock and roll, visitors will find performers in their preferred genre any season of the year. There are lots of comedy shows as well.  From redneck humorists like Larry the Cable Guy to New York comedy club greats like David Attell, your funny bone will be tickled. The Ballroom is the perfect place to enjoy a show after dinner or before a night of gambling.  

Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom New Years Eve
Snoqualmie Casino Ballroom New Years Eve

Mountain View Plaza

Mountain View Plaza is an outdoor concert venue.  It is used during the warmer months of the year.  

Mountain View Plaza Soundcheck
Mountain View Plaza Soundcheck


Snoqualmie Casino is just off of I-90 Exit 27.  From downtown North Bend, just proceed west up the hill to the Casino.  It’s only a couple of miles.