The Blue Door

The Blue Door
2805 N McKinley Ave
Oklahoma City
,
OK
73106
Phone: 405-524-0738
Fax: 405-601-8655

The Blue Door in Oklahoma City is an historic storefront property that is now used for concerts by the leading singers and songwriters from Oklahoma and from around the world.  The list of renowned musicians that have played at The Blue Door in the past includes Ray Wylie Hubbard, Susan Gibson, Jimmy Webb and The Red Dirt Rangers among many others. 

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Amenities
Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-35, I-40, I-44, Route 66
Hours
Open for concerts only; days vary.
Directions
Located on N McKinley Ave between NW 27 and NW 28th, which is 1 block W of Classen and about 5 blocks N of NW 23rd. Parking is on McKinley and NW 27th/28th. Please do not park in the spaces in front of the church to the NE, or in the field S of the Blue Door.

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