Public Notice: Temporary Closure

The Skagit Casino Resort closed temporarily at 5pm on Tuesday, March 17 in response to documented cases of Covid-19 in Washington State, including two cases in Skagit County. On this date, Gov. Inslee also mandated the closure of restaurants and bars. The following week, on March 23 he issued a two-week stay at home restriction state-wide; on April 2 this was extended to Wednesday, May 4. On May 1 this was extended to May 31, with a four-phase reopening that stretches into July.

Unfortunately, at this time, the data and science has yet to establish a date certain for reopening. We will update our website once we have more information to share.
Updated: 05-13-2020 2:00 PM

Public Notice: Temporary Closure

The Skagit Casino Resort closed temporarily at 5pm on Tuesday, March 17 in response to documented cases of Covid-19 in Washington State, including two cases in Skagit County. On this date, Gov. Inslee also mandated the closure of restaurants and bars. The following week, on March 23 he issued a two-week stay at home restriction state-wide; on April 2 this was extended to Wednesday, May 4. On May 1 this was extended to May 31, with a four-phase reopening that stretches into July.

Unfortunately, at this time, the data and science has yet to establish a date certain for reopening. We will update our website once we have more information to share.

Updated: 05-13-2020 2:00 PM

Marc Martel – The Ultimate Queen Celebration

Marc Martel – The Ultimate Queen Celebration

April 2021

Tickets Coming Soon

We regret to inform you that the Marc Martel shows have been cancelled out of an abundance of caution due to the Coronavirus.  We’ve successfully moved this engagement to April 2021. More details to follow. Refunds will be available at your point of entry purchase.

 

“In the history of music, few voices have been as great as that of Freddie Mercury. However, the Canadian singer Marc Martel seems to be his very reincarnation.”    -Alejandra Orozco, Quarter Rock Press

Long before his YouTube videos went viral, spawning an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and a performance with the surviving members of Queen on “American Idol,” Marc Martel spent 13 years recording and touring the globe with Canadian rockers Downhere.

In 2011, Martel received an email from an industry pal with a link to a contest spearheaded by the actual members of Queen. At first, the front man almost passed on the opportunity, but with some prodding from his wife and additional friends, he casually cut a version of “Somebody To Love” in 2011, and now 30 million cumulative YouTube and Facebook views later, bolstered by the aforementioned “Ellen” appearance, Martel was declared the victor. Even legendary Queen drummer Roger Taylor remarked to the Daily Record: “That voice. You listen, close your eyes and you think it’s Freddie. It’s really uncanny.”

Martel is the ideal match for the Ultimate Queen Celebration, an explosive, attention-commanding tribute where some of the most iconic rock anthems of all time collide with a theatrical performance style and eye-popping production.

Performing Hits:
Voice of Bohemian Rhapsody movie

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