Sep 24 Saturday
An Oklahoma Punk Festival featuring almost every sub-genre of punk.
$10 advance/ $12 day of show
What many consider to be the premier Classic Rock band in the city made even better with the addition of Greg Zink and Lacy Saunders who will perform an opening set prior to the Headline set featuring Susan Hollingsworth on Vocals, Todd Ellis, Guitar, Kyle Lunsford, Guitar, Steve Tillman Bass and Martin Turney Drums. Greg and Lacy will join the band to close the show.
Tables to be sold all or in part to one party. Tables labeled in description on the height, the capacity and approximate location. Zoom into chart to select seats.
All Ages, Non-Smoking, Reserved Seated
Any available seating will be sold day of show to smaller parties. Some tables have the ability to add chairs. Contact seller for details. Disabled seating available by contacting seller. General Admission tickets does not guarantee a seat, however there is seating available at the bars for 21 and up patrons
Sep 25 Sunday
Mike Hosty One Man Band blending Rockabilly, Blues, Country and Rock in an interactive Improvisational Musical Show at the Deli on Campus Corner in Norman, where he has performed every Sunday, more or less for the past 15 years.
Sep 29 Thursday
OSU Symphony OrchestraDr. Thomas Dickey, Music Director & ConductorNicholas Han, Assistant Conductor
Thursday, September 29 at 7:30 PM
Schubert, Symphony No. 8 in B Minor ("Unfinished")Tchaikovsky, Suite of Dances from Swan Lake
$12, 10, and 7
RR Williams (Tulsa Punk Rock N Roll)Michael Williams has been a constant presence in Tulsa Oklahoma’s underground music scene. Playing in punk and metal bands starting in high school including 30 Called Arson with longtime friend John Moreland, and The Agony Scene who achieved international acclaim and helped shape the sound of early 2000’s metalcore. Then returning to his punk rock and roll roots with John Moreland And The Black Gold Band/ Dust Bowl Souls as a bass player and resuming vocal duties in the blistering fast Ramones worshiping Merlin Mason. Years of solo acoustic sets and songwriting culminated in a self recorded EP “ The Going Stays Tough” in 2020 and since Michael Williams is the most common name on the planet he decided to name the project after his late father Reginald Roy Williams as a tribute to his memory. In late 2021 Boulevard Trash Records was slated to press a new EP called “Dystopian Thing” recorded and produced by Michael Williams and John Moreland and will be available for streaming and on vinyl in Fall 2022.https://open.spotify.com/artist/1XrHhNr8AW2bbkj5DmI4HU...
Dog Company (Dallas Street Punk)https://open.spotify.com/artist/4E0rtgsgG57IMzyNVlyEsH...
The Shame (Tulsa Street Punk)
Spacecowboy (OKC Rock)
Sep 30 Friday
Gordy Onayemi Ryan and Zoe Ryan studied and toured with Babatunde Olatunji, the first drummer to popularize traditional African drumming in the West. The workshop will be a cultural immersion to inspire the development of individual creativity and deepen the understanding of West African drumming and dance.
The benefits of drumming will be addressed as a tool for reducing stress and enhancing a sense of well-being and connection with others. Beginners and experienced drummers and dancers are welcome at this workshop which will be a musical, educational, and cultural experience for all.
CEU's will be offered for LCSW, LPC, LADC, LMFTThis event is made possible, in part, by a grant from Norman Arts Council, Oklahoma Humanities (OH) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Any findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the program do not necessarily represent those of OH or NEH.
Join OBS for a special evening of music including a reunion of the Cadillac Blues Assembly - featuring Steve Coleman and Cara Black, Kendrick McKinney,Lee Norman, and James Keys... joined by special guests: Smilin' Vic and Eric Brown.
Smilin Vic of Smilin Vic's best claim to fame came October 13, 1996 as the winner of the International Unsigned Blues Contest.
Since, he has shared the stage with the likes of Lou Rawls, Delbert McClinton, Etta James, Lonnie Mack and James Cotton to name a few. Always a favorite at festivals, clubs, playing a blend of Jazz standards, Atlantic Soul and Basic Blues.
Eric Brown's silky smooth voice with that bluesy gravel channeling Bobby Blue Bland throughout his set brings his background singing in church from the state of Mississippi the deepest roots in the blues and soul.
All ages, non-smoking, reserved seating.Table height included in seat discription. If entire table is not purchased, remaining tickets will be available to other parties. Contact organizer for special requests. GA includes bar (21+) and large table seating on a first-come, first-served basis.
w/ Matt Jewett & TBA
8pm/ $8 in advance/ $10 day of show/ 21+
Oct 01 Saturday
w/ Clancy Jones