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The Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall combines historic elegance with cutting-edge technology. The building was made in limestone, stainless steel, and it features authentic art-deco chandeliers. The electronics and acoustics are state-of-the-art and here you can find more than 250 shows a year. The venue hosts everything from ballet to Broadway as well as public and private gatherings, weddings, receptions, parties, and more.
Country music has long played an important role in the culture of Oklahoma, almost as much as it has in Nashville, Tennessee. The Rodeo Opry hosts live concerts every week featuring professional and amateur musicians with backing from the famous house band. The Opry prides itself on being family friendly, with concerts that are accessible for music lovers of all ages. For an authentic and entertaining local experience, be sure to catch a show at the Rodeo Opry.
Whether you are a folk fan or a hard rocker, the Blue Door likely has something to suit your taste. A unique venue, the club is part of owner Greg Johnson's home, adding to the intimacy of shows. The 100-seat room hosts performances by singers and songwriters. No big arena spectacles here, and what the club calls "roots-oriented" bands. You probably are not familiar with Blue Door regulars like Jimmy LaFave and Terri Hendrix, but give them a night of your time and you will be swept away by the music. Check the website for details of upcoming gigs.
If it is a live music concert, a theater performance or an exciting sporting event chances are that it is all happening here. This venue offers a variety of seating options with excellent customer service. All year performances include some of the biggest names in entertainment. Tickets for events can be booked at the venue or over the telephone. See their website for a list of events.
This is not your typical ballroom you would find in a fairy-tale, although the name suggests otherwise. In fact, the Diamond Ballroom is where visitors can come and hear some of the loudest live rock music this side of the Mississippi. When the halls are not pulsating with a three-chord song, they bring out the best in country, rock, pop and other genres as well. Some of the artists who have graced the stage include Lucinda Williams, Corey Smith and bands like Hatebreed and The Donnas.