Friday, June 23, 2017


2017 Sunday Twilight Concert, presented by the Chickasaw Nation 
David B. Hooten and the Legends of Dixieland 
June 25th from 7:30-9:00PM at Bicentennial Park
This summer, Arts Council Oklahoma City's Sunday Twilight Concert Series, presented by the Chickasaw Nation, invites music lovers of all ages to free, family-friendly concerts at Bicentennial Park and Myriad Gardens. 

The 2017 Sunday Twilight Concert Series continues with David B. Hooten and the Legends of Dixieland at Bicentennial Park! Join us from 7:30-9PM for an evening of jazz! "We're so pleased to partner with the OKC Jazz Fest and St. Anthony's for this Sunday's Twilight Concert at Bicentennial Park!," said Katelyn Carter, ACOKC Projects Director,  "David B. Hooten and the Legends of Dixieland will definitely delight with their traditional Dixieland jazz music, a style that developed in New Orleans in the early 20th century. You absolutely will not want to miss this show!"

David B. Hooten and the Legends of Dixieland will perform on June 25th at Bicentennial Park. Join us from 7:30-9PM for an evening of jazz music! Bring a blanket, picnic, and the whole family! Please, no smoking and no pets, except trained service animals. Hope to see you there!

This year's lineup, which is subject to change, is as follows:
June 25: David B. Hooten and the Legends of Dixieland (Bicentennial Park)
July 2: The Allie Lauren Project
July 9: Dylan // Stephen Salewon
July 16: Original Flow and the Fervent Route // Adam & Jabee
July 23: On a Whim
July 30: The Lunar Laugh
Aug. 6: Phil Smith and the Blend Project
Aug. 13: Tequila Azul
Aug. 20: Willow Way
Aug. 27: Tap Band

Arts Council Oklahoma City is a non-profit 501 ©(3) organization dedicated to bringing the arts and the community together through free or low-cost cultural events and a variety of arts outreach activities that impact underserved populations. Each year, Arts Council events, programs and services reach nearly one million Oklahoma City residents and visitors. Arts Council Oklahoma City is sponsored by MidFirst Bank, Devon Energy Corporation, OGE Energy Corporation, Ozarka Water & Coffee Service, Sonic - America's Drive-in, ICG, The Oklahoman and, Toucan Production and Tyler Media. Arts Council Oklahoma City receives funding from the Oklahoma Arts Council and National Endowment for the Arts, and is an Allied Arts member agency. For more information, call 405-270-4848 or visit
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