Clay Aiken – Day 5 in Snoqualmie

Clay Aiken and his tour mates will be performing in Snoqualmie, Washington tonight.  They had a long trek across the USA.  They started in one corner and ended in the opposite.    It would be nice if they have a bit of time to see the beauty of this Washington area.

Snoqualmie is located in the mountains, halfway between Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass.  It has a small-town charm with many historic landmarks, unique shops, wonderful restaurants, and scenic beauty.

Snoqualmie is best known as the home of Snoqualmie Falls, attracting visitors from around the world. Snoqualmie Falls cascades 268 feet over granite cliffs – more than 100 feet higher than Niagara Falls! It is a spectacular experience year-round. Visitors also enjoy the Northwest Railway Museum, the largest railway museum in Washington State. It offers scenic excursions aboard antique train cars along a five mile stretch of historic railway.

The Casino where the concert will take place opened in 2008 and is a beautiful facility.  The residents of the area call it” a little slice of Las Vegas in their backyard.”  The complex has over 170,000 square feet of entertainment space, 5 restaurants and a 1,000 seat events center.  I wonder if  Quiana will win at the slots today.

There have been so many wonderful pictures of the concerts so far, it is almost impossible to pick a few to highlight.  But………here are a few that I think are very nice.




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7 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Day 5 in Snoqualmie

  1. What a beautiful place. I might have to put that on my vacation wish list. Hope Clay and crew are all rested up and hope they get a chance to see the sights.

  2. That Casino is very nice. Love that Waterfall. I imagine they got a lot of rest for the two days they were off and are rarin to go! Hope everyone has a good time..I am still in the Aiken Fog since I saw him on Sunday. Can't wait for the pictures and clack.

  3. Thanks for the pictures of the area. It is fun to think of the guys performing in that beautiful setting.

    I am glad I found this site!!

  4. Beautiful place for a beautiful voice. I hope Clay, Ruben and co are having a great tour. I'm loving all the clack. Thanks for sharing all the fun! 🙂

  5. That part of Washington sure is beautiful. I hope Clay and company are rested up from having 2 days off and will be energized tonight.

  6. I love the cartoon Clay banner. Too cute!!! You sure found some great concert photos. Thanks for sharing them.

  7. What a beautiful place this is! I am really looking forward to attending this concert next month. Thanks also for the great pictures!

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