The Tulalip Resort Casino opened to rave reviews in June 2003. With 2,000 slot machines and over 49 gaming tables, it has everything you’re looking for in a casino plus an opulent atmosphere including a starlit ceiling and beautiful tribal art everywhere. There are four restaurants within its 227,000 square feet that range from a delicious buffet offering any style of tempting foods to a fine-dining restaurant that features a breathtaking Chihuly masterpiece of blown glass.
Tulalip also offers the smaller Quil Ceda Creek Nightclub and Casino, known as the Q, designed for the young at heart generation who wants to enjoy the best entertainment with friendly, neighborhood service. The Q Nightclub is a place to meet friends, dance to great music and enjoy a comfortable, local nightclub atmosphere. The medium-sized casino is small enough to recognize friends and big enough to provide the best features of a large casino.
The intimate 2,300-person Tulalip Amphitheater has brought such acts as the Beach Boys, Trisha Yearwood, and B. B. King to the area, who might not have otherwise played in the Puget Sound. The Tulalip Amphitheatre can also be rented at an affordable cost for weddings, birthdays, and other special events.
Marysville Parks and Recreation organizes an eclectic lineup of musical performers to headline the Sounds of Summer Concert Series, which has provided a tradition of Friday night music in Jennings Memorial Park over the years. As of 2005, there is also a series of noon lunchtime concerts that brings the performing arts to the community with a rich assortment of music.