At the Drive-In in Concert
500 E Sheridan Ave
Head to OKC for an evening of high-energy post hardcore when At The Drive-In takes over the Criterion in Bricktown.
Shortly after coming together in dusty El Paso, Texas in 1994, this high energy punk band bought an old van and hit the road, logging thousands of miles and building a fierce underground following by playing just about every basement and small club in the Southwest. For the next six years, the band kept up this grind of recording and touring, releasing three critically acclaimed records along the way, picking up opening gigs for heavies like The Get Up Kids and Rage Against the Machine and racking up television appearances on several major late night shows. After a dramatic flare out in 2001, the band went on open-ended hiatus, with members pursuing their own projects, including The Mars Volta, Bosnian Rainbows and Antemasque. In the late 2000's, At the Drive-In reunited, recording and releasing a full-length record of new material, in*ter a*li*a.
Don't miss catching the electric energy of Le Butcherettes buzzing through opening duties.