Live Music on OKCMOA's Roof Terrace
A favorite spring event in downtown OKC begins April 27 at 5 p.m. That's the opening of OKCMOA's Roof Terrace for the season. Open Thursdays from 5 to 9 p.m., admission is only $5 (free for Museum members) and features live local music, light bites, a full bar, beautiful views and access to OKCMOA's galleries.
"With new lighting and an expanded wine and cocktail list, we're excited for this year's Roof Terrace season," said Ahmad Farnia, general manager of the Museum Cafe. "The Roof Terrace is a great place to bring a date or to grab a drink with friends and colleagues. The atmosphere and the views are unlike anything else in Oklahoma City."
Beginning April 27 and running nearly every Thursday through late October, the Roof Terrace will be open from 5 to 9 p.m. with live music starting at 6 p.m. Several favorite bands will be back this season, including the Broke Brothers, Dirty Red and the Soul Shakers and Hosty. In addition, there will be some new groups on the roof including Edgar Cruz and The Brave Amigos and Maggie McClure.
High temperatures, wind or storm warnings may affect the opening of the Roof Terrace. Visitors can sign up for the Roof Terrace email alert at okcmoa.com or text "artafter5" to 33222 to receive updates on weather-related closings.
2017 Live Music Schedule:
April 27, Edgar Cruz and The Brave Amigos
May 4, Band of Lovers
May 11, Broke Brothers
May 18, Dirty Red and the Soul Shakers
May 25, Maggie McClure
June 1, Jason Young Band
June 8, Roof Terrace closed for deadCenter Film Festival
June 15, Midas 13
June 22, Broke Brothers
June 29, Hosty
July 6, Maurice Johnson
July 13, Dirty Red and the Soul Shakers
July 20, Hosty
July 27, Good Company
Aug. 3, Edgar Cruz and The Brave Amigos
Aug. 10, John the Franklin
Aug. 17, Broke Brothers
Aug. 24, Edgar Cruz and The Brave Amigos
Aug. 31, Maurice Johnson
Sept. 7, Good Company
Sept. 14, John the Franklin
Sept. 21, Brandi Reloaded
Sept. 28, Dirty Red and the Soul Shakers
Oct. 5, Hosty
Oct. 12, Broke Brothers
Oct. 19, Midas 13
Oct. 26, Dirty Red and the Soul Shakers