Free Screenings of “The Sound of Music” July 15 and 16
Originally opened as a grand movie house on July 15, 1937, Tower Theatre remains one of Oklahoma City’s last historic theaters. The iconic marquee has been a treasured landmark for many years. Since 2017, Tower Theatre has continued the building’s film traditions while adding state of the art sound and lighting systems to bring new live music experiences to the city. The historic Tower Theatre celebrates 82 years with free movie screenings of “The Sound Of Music” July 15 - 16.
Tower Theatre is hosting two free screenings of Rogers & Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music” to commemorate the famous 82-week run at the theatre from 1965 - 1966. Originally intended to run for 10 weeks, “The Sound of Music” became the longest running movie in Oklahoma history.
“The Sound of Music” will screen Mon., Jul 15 and Tues., July 16. Both screenings are free to the public and begin at 6 p.m. Tower Cinema opens thirty minutes before showtimes. Concessions and a full bar with specialty cocktails are available at every screening.
For a complete listing of Tower Theatre concerts & film screenings, visit www.TowerTheatreOKC.com. Tickets can be purchased at www.towertheatreokc.com or stopping by the Tower Theatre Box Office located on NW 23rd Street in Oklahoma City.