Slightly Stoopid (photo: Jeff Farsai)
Slightly Stoopid (photo: Jeff Farsai)

The 2010 Concerts at Marymoor series — one of the most eclectic in the venue’s history — opens with Slightly Stoopid, Steel Pulse and The Expendables June 19 at Marymoor Park in Redmond.

Highlights of the season include shows by Sublime July 7, Barenaked Ladies July 15, “1964” (a Beatles tribute) July 24, Rodrigo y Gabriela Aug. 13, the KMTT Mountain Music Festival (with Jakob Dylan and the BoDeans) Aug. 14 and the No Depression Festival (with The Swell Season, Lucinda Williams and the Cave Singers) Aug. 21.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday (May 1) at Ticketmaster.

Here are the details:

Slightly Stoopid (with Steel Pulse and The Expendables), June 19, $36

Sublime (with Rome and The Dirty Heads), July 7, $37.50

Barenaked Ladies (with Angel Taylor), July 15, $38-$53

“1964” (Beatles tribute show), July 24, $27.50-$37.50

Michael Franti and Spearhead, Aug. 7, $29.50-$39.50

Rodrigo y Gabriela, Aug. 13, $35-$39.50

KMTT Mountain Music Festival (featuring Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Jakob Dylan and The BoDeans), Aug.14, $32.50-$49.50

No Depression Festival (featuring The Swell Season, Lucinda Williams, the Cave Singers, Alejandro Escovedo, Chuck Prophet, Punch Brothers and Sera Cahoone), $45-$50

The Doobie Brothers, Aug. 26, $40-$60

The National, Sept. 11, $35

Train, Sept. 19, $35-$39.50

For more information, visit the Marymoor Web site.

Watch a video of Slightly Stoopid on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

One Reply to “Concerts at Marymoor: from Slightly Stoopid to the Doobie Brothers”

  1. Sublime concert was cut short on 7/7. The beer and wine was also closed early. What’s wrong King County? Afraid to let people have a little fun? Please don’t do this for future concerts.

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