Oklahoma City, OK – March 20, 2024 – Oklahoma City’s treasured outdoor venue, The Zoo Amphitheater, is set to open a new concert season in 2024 following renovations and updates. Located at the Oklahoma City Zoo, the beloved historic amphitheater has recently brought on a seasoned local management team as well as the backing of national partners, SaveLive, to produce the 2024 season and beyond.


“The team on the ground are not only experts in booking great concerts and creating memorable experiences for the entire community, but they are also Oklahoma City locals, from landmarks such as the Criterion and Tower Theater, who understand the importance of this venue. The Zoo Amphitheater is a touchstone in so many people’s history. If you ask almost anyone in town, they have a story about seeing an amazing show at the amp,” said Trevor Leonard, OKC Zoo’s Chief Operations Officer. “The Oklahoma City Zoo and SaveLive share a vision and commitment to connecting Oklahomans with superb entertainment in a premier, and iconic venue. As host to previous legendary performances by Marvin Gaye, the Foo Fighters, Joni Mitchell, and Willie Nelson, we look forward to host many, many more.”  


“For nearly 90 years, Oklahomans have been immersed in wildlife and world class music at the historic Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheater,” said Candice Rennels, OKC Zoo’s Director of Public Relations. “We’re thrilled to see the Zoo Amphitheater continue to evolve and improve to delight concert-goers just like the Zoo has over the years.”


The Zoo Amphitheater is undergoing infrastructure and facilities updates while being committed to retaining its history and integrity and the 2024 season is set to announce shortly. Built in the mid-1930s, the Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheater was a project of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the economic recovery program established to provide jobs during the depression.


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