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Come Celebrate the 4th of July at the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort

Come Celebrate the 4th of July at the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort

No offense, Santa and the Easter Bunny, but 4th of July is our favorite holiday. Fireworks, Barbeque, Red, White, and Blue, sunshine (note: in the Pacific Northwest sunshine may vary), and partying! Speaking of partying and the 4th, what are you doing? That was just a rhetorical question – whatever your plans you should cancel them. What should you do instead? Come to The Red White & Boom Party Featuring Tony! Toni! Tonẻ!

Any 90s kid should remember Tony! Toni! Tonẻ!. The Oakland-based multiplatinum trio ruled the R&B charts in the 90s. They had 4 top ten singles and won an American Music Award for their infectious R&B that combines elements of soul, funk, and jazz. For those unfamiliar, check out their Billboard Top 10 singles “Feels Good” and “If I Had No Loot.” Now imagine yourself dancing to this music in the Suquamish Clearwater Casino Event Center at our 4th of July bash! After the show, hang out for some drinks, food, a DJ, and fireworks at 10:15! Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, and the rest of the founders would be proud!

So how much does it cost to attend this awesome bash? Well, just $19.00 can get you in the door for general admission tickets. Other options are the following: reserved tickets are $35, Elite tickets are $65 and VIP tickets with a meet and greet are just $99. Doors open at 7 PM, with the concert starting at 9 PM, must be 18+ to attend.

This may be the best 4th of July you have ever had. Why spend another fourth watching your neighbor’s kids play with sparklers when you can get down with a legendary music trio? You can practically find $19 in your couch cushions! Look, I know I am just a faceless blogger for an awesome casino, but I am going to be pretty disappointed in you if you don’t go to the Red White & Boom Party. So go get those tickets and remember: life is a game, live it up on the waterfront! USA, USA!

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