Thursday, March 23, 2017


This spring, Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc. and SandRidge Energy Corp. will partner to bring back the popular lunchtime concert series, SoundBites at Kerr Park in downtown Oklahoma City’s Central Business District.

SoundBites will include live music, yard games, and a food truck at each of four monthly events, and attendees are also encouraged to bring their lunch to the park on concert days. Picnic blankets and bottled water will be provided at no charge. Each of the free SoundBites events will feature performances by artists from The Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma (ACM@UCO) in Bricktown.

Event Dates                           Performers                           Food Truck

March 28                               Grant Adams                         Saucee Sicilian

April 25                                  TBD                                         The Loaded Bowl

May 23                                  TBD                                         Taste of Soul Egg Rolls

June 27                                  TBD                                         Let’s Do Greek

Spokies will be offering "No Usage Fees" during the event. From 11:30am-1:30pm, enjoy no usage fee bike rides using the promo code: 20170328. For more information about Spokies stations, visit

This event open to the public at no charge, and is suitable for all ages to attend. For more information about SoundBites, including the artist lineup, visit


Located at 102 Robert S. Kerr Ave., between Robinson and Broadway, Kerr Park is a newly-renovated space that is maintained through a partnership with the City of Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation Department and SandRidge Energy. SandRidge is a proud sponsor of SoundBites and the annual Santa Run events in conjunction with Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc.

Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc. (DOKC) is a non-profit organization that promotes and markets downtown Oklahoma City in conjunction with numerous downtown stakeholders. DOKC also manages the downtown Business Improvement District, funds public art projects, and holds annual events. For more information, visit

Courtesy of Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc.

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