For the third year, the OKC Jazz Festival is back to celebrate Oklahoma City’s jazz heritage and its contribution to the music industry with jazz, rock, hip hop and R&B performers starting today through June 4 in Bricktown and the historic Deep Deuce district.
Local and national artists will perform on both indoor and outdoor stages during the five-day festival, and festival headliners Jarreau, Color Me Badd and The Gap Band will perform at the new Criterion Music Hall located in the Bricktown Entertainment District. One of the highlights of the festival is the homecoming of Color Me Badd as part of their 25th Anniversary National Tour. Formed in Oklahoma City in 1991, Color Me Badd is an American contemporary R&B group that has sold more than 12 million records worldwide.
View the complete schedule and purchase tickets at www.okcjazzfest.com.