Tickets on sale now for initial fall events at Tower Theatre
Brian W.June 25, 201773 Views0
OKLAHOMA CITY (May 26, 2017) – Tower Theatre has revealed initial details for a long-awaited fall concert and event schedule, which includes nationally touring acts as well as the iconic venue’s first non-concert public event in the auditorium’s fully-renovated space.
Once the last stage of construction is complete, Tower Theatre will host the 2017 Oklahoma Craft Beer Summit on Saturday, August 5. A brewing industry conference with special tastings, demonstrations, and other events planned throughout the day, the Summit is the primary fundraising event for the Craft Brewers Association of Oklahoma, and will feature national industry speakers, local brewers, and Oklahoma legislators. Tickets will be available at an early-bird price of $60 until July 17, and then at $75.
On Friday, August 11, local rapper Jabee will celebrate his birthday with a special concert featuring Boston DJ, producer, and ShowOff record label founder Statik Selektah. General admission tickets are $20 and reserved seating is $25.
Dust off your Doc Martens on September 16, for 90’s Prom with My So Called Band. Tickets are $25 for an evening filled with high school flashbacks.
Touring together for the first time, Irma Thomas, The Blind Boys of Alabama, and The Preservation Hall Legacy Quintet will play at Tower Theatre on Tuesday, October 17, as they continue their “Heart and Soul Queen of New Orleans” tour. These long-time legends of gospel, jazz, and American roots music will treat audiences to a special evening filled with collaborations and standards. Reserved seating in advance is $50.
Texas born duo Penny & Sparrow will perform on November 8, as they tour in support of their upcoming album, Wendigo. Confronting themes of fear, darkness, and the intersection of daily life and supernatural fable, this will be their most ambitious album and live performance yet. Tickets range from $20 for reserved seating to a $60 VIP package that includes access to a pre-show private acoustic performance and more.
“We’re excited about these initial offerings and will add to them in the coming days and weeks,” said Chad Whitehead, Talent Buyer for the venue. “We’re working hard every day to line up more events and concerts for the Tower that reflect the diversity of Oklahoma City and the Uptown 23rd district.”
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