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ARTISTS & VENUES

ARTISTS & VENUES 1. ACM@UCO PATIO 25 S. OKLAHOMA AVE., OUTSIDE PATIO CHELSEY GONZALEZ 4-4:40P INDIGOS 5-5:40P JOSH QUALLS 6-6:40P SÁHNI 7-7:40P 2. ACM@UCO SONGWRITING ROOM 25 S. OKLAHOMA AVE., LOBBY SOUND MIXING PANEL 1-2P 3. ACM@UCO PERFORMANCE LAB 329 E. SHERIDAN AVE. CORPORATE GHOST 9-9:40P SONIC VIOLENCE 10-10:40P EUREEKA 11-11:40P AARON PIERCE 12-12:40A 4.

Booze clues

Sipping on low-point (3.2 percent) beers while strolling around the city is legit. But festivals have special permits, and you can’t bring your own beer within the zone in which these events are held, although some will offer drinks to buy. As usual, any place (including restaurants and indoor performance venues) selling beverages won’t let

Bricktown rocks

The Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma is more than its nickname, The School of Rock. The downtown school offers a real education in entrepreneurship, business management, music theory, performance and personal growth and even offers certified degree programs.The Academy of Contemporary Music at the University of Central Oklahoma is more

Horse, of course

Credit: Doug Schwarz Few bands have the sense of state pride as Horse Thief. The outfit’s sound is the perfect intersection of the dusty country-folk Oklahoma long has been famous for — presently encapsulated by Other Lives — and the quirky, psychedelic noise preached by the likes of The Flaming Lips, Starlight Mints, Evangelicals and

Horse, of course

Credit: Doug Schwarz Few bands have the sense of state pride as Horse Thief. The outfit’s sound is the perfect intersection of the dusty country-folk Oklahoma long has been famous for — presently encapsulated by Other Lives — and the quirky, psychedelic noise preached by the likes of The Flaming Lips, Starlight Mints, Evangelicals and

Horse, of course

Credit: Doug Schwarz Few bands have the sense of state pride as Horse Thief. The outfit’s sound is the perfect intersection of the dusty country-folk Oklahoma long has been famous for — presently encapsulated by Other Lives — and the quirky, psychedelic noise preached by the likes of The Flaming Lips, Starlight Mints, Evangelicals and

Ox rocks

Making music comes naturally to Oklahoma City brothers Sam and Ray Ashford, who made it official by s tarting a band together in 2009. With big choruses and mellow verses, Oxford Town has been described as garage blues with a hint of grudge. A reflection of their shared musical taste, their band name is taken

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