“My Love Letter to Oklahoma” benefiting Allied Arts; tickets on sale now.
More than 250 instrumentalists and choral singers will join forces Dec. 7 and 8 for Oklahoma City University's Christmas Vespers at First Presbyterian Church, 1001 NW 25th St.
You would think December might be a slow month for music but not in the 4-0-5. While there is something for everyone, it is an especially good month for those who are fans of Americana music.
While this time of year can be slow for live music thanks to the holidays there are still plenty of great acts hitting the 4-0-5 this November, including a Grammy-winning hip-hop group and a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
If you thought Thanksgiving coming around the corner was going to give you a break from the action in OKC, you would be mistaken.
We love to talk about live music in Oklahoma City. You could say it is a bit of an obsession. But don’t let our bias fool you when we say this is one of the best months for live music in the 4-0-5 we can remember, especially if you are a rock fan.
Do you love live music? Odds are you do—after all, you’re living in the city that’s been proven to love live music more than any other across the country.
According to a study conducted by Priceconomics through SeatGeek, OKC is #1 in a love of live music