OKC Fest   - Jun 26, 2015 to Jun 27, 2015

OKC Fest 220 W Reno Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Phone: 405-218-9300
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Some of the biggest names in country music make their way to downtown Oklahoma City for OKC Fest. Join thousands of other music fans and see Friday night performances from Sammy Hagar & The Circle, Grace Potter, Better Than Ezra, Drive-By Truckers and Oklahoma City's own Graham Colton. Saturday's line up includes Rascal Flatts, Hank Williams Jr., Lucas Hoge, Clare Dunn and Bixby's Corey Kent White from NBC's "The Voice."

Many other performers will keep the music going in the heart of Bricktown for the entire weekend. Food and beverages will be available ...

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  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-35, I-40, I-44, US-270

  • Projected Attendance: 30,000

Doors open at 4:30pm, bands take the stage at 5pm.

Two day weekend pass: $95

Friday pass: $55

Saturday pass: $55

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

The Downtown Festival Stage is located at the corner of Harvey & Reno Ave.




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From Bob on 06/27/14

Right Rachel sounds like you have ties to events. I agree with Dewayne. But its not as much paying of the events its the PRICES... Why do they have to charge so much? Like he said we tax payers paid it and everyone wants to charge a right and left arm & maybe even a leg. WHY?


From Rachel on 06/26/14

Hey Dewayne, you can pay to see huge country stars in concert if you want to...that's what you do at a concert...you PAY to see it. I think it's pretty cool that there will be several stages for free concerts also. Downtown OKC offers lots of free events like the movies on the lawn at the Myriad Gardens, the Stars & Stripes River Festival, Hawkstock Music Festival, Red White & Boom at the fairgrounds, and the First Friday Gallery Walk in the Paseo - and that's just within the next week. As citizens, we helped to raise the money to build the facilities for OUR city but how can you expect to go to the events held in them for free? With that mentality, we should be able to eat for free in the Bricktown restaurants or go to the Thunder games for free too. Wrong! There's free parking downtown in the evenings and on the weekends, but you do have to walk a little bit to take advantage of it. Lighten up, pay to see the events you can afford to and don't forget to keep your eyes open for free events as well.


 
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