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Monthly Live Music

Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 12:00:00 am
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Do you love live music? Odds are you do—after all, you’re living in the city that’s been proven to love live music more than any other across the country. Therefore you might find yourself wondering what the biggest concerts coming to town this month are—don’t worry, we have you covered. This isn’t an exhaustive list, but if you don’t see the one you’re most excited for on this list, let us know via Twitter or Facebook!

  • Johnny Mathis – September 6 at the Civic Center Music Hall. In his 62nd year in the music industry, Mathis is currently the longest signed artist at Columbia Records.
  • Colt Ford – September 13 at the Chickasaw Country Entertainment Stage. Ford is famous for his unique “country rap” style of music.
  • Bullet for My Valentine – September 20 at the Diamond Ballroom. With three wins (and upwards of 10 million albums sold worldwide), this Welsh heavy metal band is considered to be the most-successful act in the Kerrang! Awards in “Best British Band.”
  • Stone Temple Pilots – September 21 at the Diamond Ballroom. With over 35 million albums sold worldwide during that time, they’re one of the most commercially successful bands of the 90’s.
  • Fall Out Boy – September 22 at the Chesapeake Energy Arena. With an endless list of awards, titles, and No. 1 albums and songs on the Billboard 200, Fall Out Boy is commonly called one of the most influential pop punk bands of the 2000’s.
  • Space Oddity: The Ultimate David Bowie Experience – September 23 at the Chickasaw Country Entertainment Stage at Oklahoma State Fair Park. David Brighton and his band will take you on a musical journey through time with a “live, multimedia spectacle” about the unique music and artistry of David Bowie.

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