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The ACM@UCO Performance Lab, located in downtown Oklahoma City in the thriving Bricktown District, is host to numerous ACM@UCO events and performances as well as touring acts and community events. Artists who have taken the Performance Lab stage include Steven Drozd of The Flaming Lips, Dr. Dog, Karla Bonoff, Ty Segall, Okkervil River, and Ben Taylor, to name a few.
Armstrong Auditorium is one of the top places in Oklahoma to see world-class musicians, singers and dancers from across the globe. Top acts like Broadway legend Kelli O’Hara, the Russian National Ballet, the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet and others have graced this stage, located on the Herbert W. Armstrong College campus.
Home to the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Chesapeake Energy Arena seats over 18,000 people and is one of the most popular venues in the state for sports, concerts, conventions and other forms of live entertainment, welcoming over one million guests each year.
Constructed in 1937 in an art deco style, the Civic Center Music Hall is now Oklahoma City's premier performing arts facility. The building features three theatres, a grand reception hall and multiple suites. Whether you're interested in opera, comedy, the symphony, musical theater or ballet, the Civic Center has a show for you.
Situated in the heart of Bricktown, The Criterion is the latest addition to Oklahoma City’s live music scene. Designed in a classic Art Deco style, The Criterion offers a full-service bar and can seat up to 4,000 people.
OU Sooners fans know Historic Campus Corner in Norman is the place to be, whether it's for game day or a night on the town. Kick back with a cold one at Blackbird Gastropub or O'Connell's Irish Pub & Grille; chow down at some of Norman's most popular eateries like Victoria's Pasta Shop and Pepe Delgado's Authentic Mexican; or go shopping at local boutiques like Antique Garden, Blush, and Savvy Fashion. Campus corner has been around since 1917 for a reason! Come see it for yourself on Adventure Road.
Established in 1962, Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma is now a nationally recognized theatre company, putting on countless Broadway-caliber shows each year. Lyric also provides community arts outreach and hosts an artistic academy to nurture young talent. If you're interested in the performance arts, then you've got to see one of Lyric Theatre's high-quality shows the next time you're in Oklahoma City.
Built in 1920 as a home for silent films and vaudeville acts, the McSwain Theatre in Ada, Oklahoma, has been a diverse entertainment venue for years. Today, the historic structure plays hosts to concerts, movies and more.
Newcastle Casino was designed with one thing in mind: REEL PLAYERS and REEL WINNING.
September through May is Philharmonic season on Adventure Road! The OKC Philharmonic presents a series of eight Classics concerts and six pairs of Pops concerts each season for orchestral fans from all over to enjoy. Holiday performances of “The Christmas Show!”, the July 3rd Independence Day concert in Oklahoma City, the July 4th concert in Yukon, OK, and the annual Labor Day concert presented at the Oklahoma City Community College have become family traditions for thousands in Central Oklahoma and beyond.
Right where Adventure Road hits the OKC Metro, you’ll find 2,700 electronic games, 28 table games, an unparalleled concert hall and, most importantly, OKC’s Most Rewarding Casino.
The Centennial Rodeo Opry grew from a love of music and family and has become an important part of Oklahoma’s musical culture and history. At home in the Rodeo Theater in Oklahoma City’s historic Stockyards City, the Opry hosts a weekly family-friendly live music show that has been proclaimed “Oklahoma’s Official Country Music Show.” Enjoy a bit of classic western heritage with the Rodeo Opry!
Built in 1929 in the Spanish Gothic style, the Sooner Theatre in downtown Norman plays hosts to events year-round, ranging from musicals and plays to concerts and performing arts classes. Sooner Theatre is a fun place to enjoy a live show in a historic, quaint atmosphere.
Tower Theatre has been one of the crown jewels of Oklahoma City since 1931, where people from all across the state came for the debuts of “Cleopatra,” “The Sound of Music” and other cinematic classics. Newly renovated and restored, Tower Theatre now acts as a premiere concert space in the Uptown 23rd District.
Styled after New Orleans jazz clubs, the UCO Jazz Lab is a world-class venue, playing host to everyone from local favorites like Horseshoe Road and Rachel Brashear to big-time acts like Karla Bonoff and the Glen Miller Orchestra. The space may be small, but the sound is anything but! Come out each week for amazing live jazz music and fresh, delicious food from neighbor Hideaway Pizza.
WinStar World Casino and Resort is the biggest casino in the world, located at the Southern Gateway to Adventure Road. It’s home to more than you might believe – three hotel towers, 1500 luxurious hotel rooms, two pools, 27 holes of golf, a 3,500-seat theatre and more games than anywhere in the world.
The Zoo Amphitheatre has been Oklahoma's home for live concerts since 1936. As one of Oklahoma City's premier outdoor concert venues, the Zoo Amp provides amazing concerts in a historic atmosphere all summer long! It's a must-visit destination when visiting the Adventure District. Get ready for summer fun and great music.
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