Little Creek Casino Resort Summer Concert Series – Paul Rodgers May 28

littlecreek(SHELTON, Wash.) – Little Creek Casino Resort (www.little-creek.com) – the Squaxin Island Tribe’s award-winning entertainment property – will host concerts from four legendary musical acts  this summer as Paul Rodgers (May 28), Trace Adkins (June 4), Dwight Yoakam (August 23) and YES & Toto (Sept. 10) are set to perform at the Skookum Creek Event Center.

Tickets are on sale now, with guests having the option to upgrade their experience to the newly available “Rockstar Package” which includes:

  • Resort accommodations
    • Two Meet and Greet passes
    • Two tickets in premier seating
    • Two Access spa passes
    • Merchandise voucher
    • $10 Gaming Free Play
    • Food voucher

*Rockstar Packages for the Trace Adkins show have already sold out.

Packages begin at just $399 (double occupancy) and are available online at www.little-creek.com or by calling 800.667.7711.

“Each year we try to up the ante with our concert calendar and we really feel we’ve done that this year with three acts that are rich in history.” said Little Creek Casino Resort Director of Marketing Michael Bonakdar. “The Rockstar Package rounds out the whole experience, giving fans the opportunity to explore the entire resort and bringing them closer to the artists than ever before.”

Paul Rodgers is the former lead vocalist for bands like Bad Company, Free, The Firm and Queen. He has sold over 125 million records and is best known for his performances on rock classics like “Feel Like Makin’ Love”, “All Right Now” and “Shooting Star.”

Trace Adkins is country music royalty, best known for his signature baritone voice and hit songs like “You’re Gonna Miss This” and “Ladies Love Country Boys.” An avid golfer and poker player, Trace was also introduced to a national audience for his role on NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice”. He raised over $1.5 million for the Red Cross and is also a spokesperson for the Wounded Warrior Project.

One of the pioneers of country music, Dwight Yoakam’s career accomplishments include five Billboard #1 records, a triple platinum album (This Time) and numerous hit songs written for fellow artists. Fans of tracks like “Guitars, Cadillacs”, “A Thousand Miles from Nowhere” and “Fast As You” will get to experience Yoakam’s signature stage performance when he visits the resort this August.

Hot on the heels of Toto’s return to the Billboard 200 after a 25-year hiatus, the veteran rock band announced today (April 6) that it will embark on a five-week co-headlining tour with English prog-rockers Yes, starting on Aug. 7. “It’s an exciting time for us — we couldn’t ask for a better set-up,” Toto guitarist Steve Lukather tells Billboard exclusively. “We’re hoping that one plus one equals three.”

“We are so honored to be touring with our musical heroes,” enthuses Toto guitarist Steve Lukather. “Life-changing music for me and the guys, and we even have a song on our new record totally inspired by them, so it is a lifelong love of their music that has kept us fans to this day. We all stood and waited in line for tickets to see Close to the Edge and Topographic … many many shows as young upcoming musicians/fans in the ’70s and were blown away and inspired to be better musicians and composers by Yes’ amazing music, musicianship and insanely cool live shows. This is a crazy dream come true for us and we can’t wait to do this tour and to make new friends and solidify old friendships.”

Read More: Yes and Toto Announce Summer Tour | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/yes-toto-2015-tour/?trackback=tsmclip

“We are so honored to be touring with our musical heroes,” enthuses Toto guitarist Steve Lukather. “Life-changing music for me and the guys, and we even have a song on our new record totally inspired by them, so it is a lifelong love of their music that has kept us fans to this day. We all stood and waited in line for tickets to see Close to the Edge and Topographic … many many shows as young upcoming musicians/fans in the ’70s and were blown away and inspired to be better musicians and composers by Yes’ amazing music, musicianship and insanely cool live shows. This is a crazy dream come true for us and we can’t wait to do this tour and to make new friends and solidify old friendships.”

Read More: Yes and Toto Announce Summer Tour | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/yes-toto-2015-tour/?trackback=tsmclip

Little Creek Casino Resort is also home to Salish Cliffs Golf Club, which has been rated among America’s best courses by several national golf magazines, as well as Skookum Spirit Cigar & Wine Lounge and Seven Inlets Spa. The resort was voted “Best Casino” in KING5’s 2014 “Best of Western Washington” honors.

The resort features Las Vegas-style electronic and table gaming, a poker room, the region’s largest non-smoking casino section, a variety of fine and casual dining options and 190 impeccable guest rooms and suites.

For more information about Little Creek Casino Resort, or for a full line-up of upcoming acts and entertainment, call 800-667-7711 or visit www.little-creek.com.

About Little Creek Casino Resort

Proudly owned and operated by the Squaxin Island Tribe, Little Creek Casino Resort is situated just minutes from Olympia in the heart of the Kamilche Valley. Home to the nationally acclaimed Salish Cliffs Golf Club, the luxurious Seven Inlets Spa, and the state-of-the-art Skookum Creek Event Center, Little Creek Casino Resort offers the latest in electronic and table gaming with one of the largest and newest smoke-free casinos in the region. This 190-room resort boasts the area’s best appointed amenities featuring the latest in concerts and entertainment with numerous casual and fine dining options, truly making it an unmatched destination for the Pacific Northwest.

Little Creek Casino Resort: It’s Not How Far You Go, It’s How Far You Get Away.