Treasure Island Resort & Casino 2018 Summer Concert Series

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Summer Concert Series at Treasure Island Amphitheater

Grab a cold one and jam out to your favorite artists this summer at Treasure Island Resort & Casino. Only 45 minutes from the Twin Cities in Welch, Treasure Island transports visitors to a tropical getaway with dining, a water park, and endless entertainment, and the 2018 Summer Concert Series makes you feel like you’re at an outdoor music festival with performances from rock stars, renowned comedians, and Grammy award winners. The Treasure Island Amphitheater accommodates more than 16,000 audience members with reserved seating and lawn options, a 150-square-foot covered arena stage, and three video screens for a premier concert-going experience under the starry night sky.

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Summer Concert Series Lineup

The Treasure Island Resort & Casino 2018 Summer Concert Series kicks off on June 29 with performances by John Fogerty and ZZ Top on their Blues & Bayous Tour. The first three concerts in August will have you laughing all night long, with comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short, featuring the Steep Canyon Rangers and Jeff Babko on August 10. Listen to your favorite hits from Kid Rock live on August 11 with special guest Uncle Kracker. Closing out August is the seven-time Grammy award-winning Lady Antebellum and three-time Grammy award-winner Darius Rucker on August 31. As more concerts are announced, stay up-to-date with Treasure Island's 2018 Summer Concert Series at TIcasino.com.

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Summer Fun at Treasure Island

While you’re at Treasure Island for your concert, make a weekend of it and stay in one of the luxury rooms or suites. All rooms offer amenities such as high-definition televisions, free Wi-Fi, pillow-top mattresses, luxury linen, and more. Don’t forget to pack your swimsuit and head to the Lagoon, Treasure Island’s water park featuring two water slides, a zero-depth entry pool and toucan slide for small children, and a lazy river that loops around the park with rapids and a waterfall. Cruise in style by boarding the Spirit of the Water, which takes passengers on a relaxing two-and-a-half-hour tour on the sparkling Mississippi River. After a packed day with activities, get some grub at the all-you-can-eat Tradewinds Buffet, dig into savory dishes from breakfast to dessert at Currents Restaurant, treat yourself to some fine wine and locally sourced 1881 Hereford Beef at Tado Steakhouse, or choose from one of the four other restaurants. With endless entertainment options like the Wave Spa, casino table games and slot machines, arcade, bowling alley, and golf course, Treasure Island has enough fun to last the entire summer.

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