Musical experiences for all tastes.
From Edmond to Ada, there are exciting concerts and performances to enjoy over the coming weeks. Whether you like country or western, classical or musical theatre, you’ll find the tunes that suit you here on Adventure Road.
Texas country star Wade Bowen takes on Uptown 23rd’s historic stage Thursday, January 19, at 8 p.m. Self-described as a “roots-rock poet,” Bowen’s musical talents are influenced by the likes of Elvis, Ray Wylie Hubbard and The Eagles. Tickets are available now, so don’t miss your chance to see him live in concert at Tower Theatre!
Guitarists Mark & Edgar Cruz
Born and raised in Oklahoma City, The Cruz Brothers are local guitar icons set to perform at UCO Jazz Lab, January 26, at 7:30 p.m. Admission to see this unmatched duo is just $20, so get yours while you can.
Disney’s Frozen KIDS
If you have elementary-age kiddos, Disney’s Frozen KIDS is the perfect introduction to theatre! Get ready to enjoy the same characters and songs from the movie performed by first through third graders at Sooner Theatre, January 27-29.
Disney in Concert: Magical Music from the Movies
The Oklahoma City Philharmonic invites you to come and relive childhood movie memories as they present some of the most memorable moments from the wonderful world of Disney! This special production at Civic Center Music Hall features four fabulous vocalists and a full orchestra, along with clips and images from original movies. There’s only two performances taking place on January 27 and 28!
Cirque du Solieil: Corteo
Dive into the theatrical world of fun, comedy and spontaneity that is Cirque du Soleil: Corteo, coming to OKC’s Paycom Center February 9-12. The show brings together the passion of the actor with the grace and power of the acrobat within the mysterious space between heaven and earth. You don’t want to miss it.
Lviv Philharmonic of Ukraine
For one night only, the talented artists of Lviv Philharmonic of Ukraine will perform live on the Armstrong Auditorium stage. This illustrious orchestra continues its two-century legacy in 2023, joined by pianist Oksana Rapita under the baton of its music director and the multiple award-winning Theodore Kuchar – the most recorded conductor of his generation. Get tickets now to see the show February 28!
Oklahoma Opry – Hosted by Lucas Ross
Oklahoma’s Official Country Music Show since 1977 currently resides in Stockyards Central with weekly shows every Saturday. The February 11 show will be hosted by Lucas Ross with musical performances by Makenna Fields, Tanner Fields, Adam Ray Band, Josh Terry and Rebekah Ruyle. Don’t miss your chance to see talented new performers share the stage with special guests, OKC favorites and the professional Opry House Band in a family-friendly, live music show.
McSwain Theatre Showcase featuring Jae L. and Crossover
Experience live music from historic McSwain Theatre February 18! Jae L. and the Crossover Band, along with special guests, take the stage to deliver a medley of classic and contemporary country hits starting at 7 p.m.