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The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in Muskogee features some of Oklahoma's brightest musical talent.
The Buffalo Run Casino's Peoria Showplace in Miami can seat up to 1,500 people and hosts several well-known performers throughout the year.
Jazz in June has been a Norman tradition for over 30 years and brings some of the biggest names in jazz and blues to Oklahoma.
The futuristic band shell at the Myriad Botanical Gardens in downtown Oklahoma City is home to outdoor concerts throughout the year.
The UCO Jazz Lab in Edmond is a popular music venue, and is home to the jazz studies division of the University of Central Oklahoma School of Music.
The crowd cheers at Rocklahoma, a summer rock musical festival held in Pryor.
Live music venues abound in Enid providing a vibrant nightlife and music scene to this hometown with a big city flair.
The Flaming Lips, natives of Oklahoma City, often ring in the new year at downtown Oklahoma City's Opening Night Celebration. On December 31, 2011, their concert also featured the Yoko Ono band. The Opening Night celebration brings more than 50,000 revelers out to the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City's Bricktown Entertainment District for live entertainment, a fireworks display and more.
The band shell at Crystal Beach Park in Woodward hosts live entertainment.
A crowd anticipates a big show at the Norman Music Festival.
The Tulsa Opera production of "Carmen" is a visual treat as well as an auditory feast for classical music lovers.
Under the direction of maestro Joel Levine, the Oklahoma City Philharmonic performs at the Civic Center Music Hall in downtown Oklahoma City.
The professional musicians of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic present highly-acclaimed productions under the direction of maestro Joel Levine.
Located in the heart of downtown Tulsa, the Tulsa Performing Arts Center features four theaters, a studio and large reception hall. The TPAC is home to the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Opera and other performing arts organizations.
Members of the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra have been described as the keystone of the arts in Tulsa because they also play during performances of the Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Opera and other performing arts groups in Tulsa.
The Civic Center Music Hall hosts performances of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic as well as Ballet Oklahoma, Canterbury Choral Society and Lyric Theatre.
After $55 million in renovations, the Civic Center Music Hall features a state-of-the-art auditorium with a three-tiered balcony, elegant box seats, excellent site lines and acoustical superiority. The center is home to the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Ballet Oklahoma, Canterbury Choral Society and Lyric Theatre.
The Tulsa Performing Arts Center plays host to the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, Tulsa Ballet, Tulsa Opera and other performing arts groups.
The annual OK Mozart Festival draws 20,000 visitors to Bartlesville to enjoy nine days of classical music as well as chamber music, jazz, pops and Broadway show tunes performed by masters from around the world.
The Tumbleweed's Concert Arena brings national acts to the college town of Stillwater.
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