Petoskey, Michigan (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
Odawa Casino, owned and operated by the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, announces its 2014 “Soak Up the Sounds” concert series that will be held in Ovation Hall this upcoming season.
General Manager, David Wolf states, “This season is going to be fantastic. We are changing things up a bit, and this season will be one to remember.” Karyann Waukazoo, Director of Marketing commented, “We are implementing a new Pre-Sale this year offering $10 off any ticket at any price level; that, along with receiving $10 in Free Play for purchasing tickets during the Pre-Sale, is a new bonus for our Optimum Rewards Members.”
Odawa Casino will begin its “Soak up the Sounds” 2014 season in May with their first act, The Beach Boys, their Pre-Sale will be held on Saturday, March 8, and they will be ‘Surfin’ in on May 23, it will be a ‘Fun, Fun, Fun’ night, guaranteed! June features a night of rock-infused blues with Jonny Lang; then ‘Rockin’ Into The Night’ with the muscle and melody powerhouse, 38 Special. In July, see ‘The Gambler’ himself, Kenny Rogers. August is full of excitement, starting the month off right in the ‘Danger Zone’ with Kenny Loggins, then Odawa Casino gets ‘A Little More Country Than That’ with Easton Corbin. August will go out with a bang, laughing the night away with comedian Ron White. The season ends in September with The Ultimate Legends Show, featuring tributes to Rod Stewart, Neil Diamond, Elton John and Johnny Cash.
More information on these performances can be found on the Odawa Casino website at odawacasino.com. Tickets can be purchased on the Odawa Casino website or at the Quill Box inside Odawa Casino. For out of town guests, tickets can be purchased at startickets.com or by calling Star Tickets at 800-585-3737. Tickets day of show can be purchased at the Odawa Casino Box Office.
Owned and operated by the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, the $140 million Odawa Casino Resort in Petoskey opened in June 2007 and features 1,300 slot machines, 29 table games, a 6-table Poker Room, several restaurants, gift stores, a nightclub and a 137-room hotel.