These attractions in OKC are the talk of the town. There's live music, museums and exhibits that you don't want to miss. Check out these experiences in OKC this summer.
Art-A-Float is back for its second year. Grab your friends and grab your tickets for live music on the Bricktown Water Taxi. Every Thursday, guests will be escorted on the canal and entertained by different local musician. Art-A-Float runs from May 20 to August 26.
Beer City Music Hall
The same team behind Tower Theatre and Ponyboy are rocking OKC's newest live music venue, Beer City Music Hall. This midsize concert location can hold up to 500 people and is located at 1141 NW 2nd Street. It's only minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Downtown. So grab a meal at a Downtown restaurant then catch a concert. Check here for their schedule.
Debuting for the first time in Oklahoma at the OKC Zoo, BRICKLIVE Animal Paradise features endangered animal statues made with almost 2 million toy bricks. This exhibit is open daily through the fall from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Oklahoma State Capitol Museum
After two years of renovation, the State Capitol unveiled their newest addition, the Oklahoma State Capitol Museum. The museum, which is on the ground floor of the Capitol, takes visitors through the state's history and displays founding artifacts, government-forming documents and more.
Oklahoma City has tons of live theatre over the summer. Enjoy large-scale musicals at the Civic Center with Lyric, smaller, more intimate plays with Oklahoma Shakespeare or a unique, self-led immersive experience with OKC Repertory this summer. Check out a full list of local theatre this summer here.