Marty Friedman

Marty Friedman

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Tickets: $20-$25

Doors: 7pm

Show: 8pm

Guitar virtuoso Marty Friedman will hit the historic Tower Theatre stage in support of his new album, Wall of Sound, releasing on August 4. The legendary axeman is joined by Scale the Summit and The Fine Constant for this tour, ensuring an unforgettable night of music.

 


Smash Mouth

Smash Mouth

Tickets: $27.50-$32

Doors: 7pm

Show: 7:30pm

20 years after the debut of their classic ‘90’s album, “Fush Yu Mang,” Smash Mouth is still going strong, with a well-earned reputation as one of the ultimate party bands. In fact, we’re pretty sure you’re already humming along to at least one of their hits right now…

Come join the party at Tower Theatre on August 30! Local group Husbands will be opening, and you’re guaranteed to have a great night!

 


Talib Kweli

Talib Kweli

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Tickets: $30-$40

Door: 7pm

Show: 8pm

An internationally acclaimed artist, the Brooklyn-based MC earned his stripes as one of the most lyrically-gifted, socially aware and politically insightful rappers to emerge in the last 20 years.

Join him for a night of top-tier lyrics, carefully crafted stories, and an impeccable show.


David Cook

David Cook

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Tickets: $25

Doors: 7pm

Show: 7:30pm

American Idol winner and platinum selling recording artist David Cook, is coming to the historic Tower Theatre on September 6, 2017.


EOTO

EOTO

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Tickets: $20

Door: 9pm

Show: 10pm

What makes EOTO extraordinary is the way the duo designs their performance by looping live guitar, bass, and keyboard synths, alongside with live drums and vocals, to carve out their sound right before the eyes and ears of the audience. No small feat in music production; even the highest order of studio producers, audiophiles, and musicians have a hard time wrapping their head around EOTO’s approach, and the wild ride that results.


Asleep at the Wheel

Asleep at the Wheel

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Tickets: $30-$41.50

Doors: 7pm

Show: 8pm

Asleep at the Wheel is bringing a fresh look and sound into 2016. Now traveling as an 8-piece band, recent additions Katie Shore (fiddle, vocals), Dennis Ludiker (fiddle, mandolin) and Connor Forsyth (keyboard, vocals) have instilled a newfound energy and their own unique style within the band. Between those Texas Twin Fiddles and Boogie Piano, you can bet you’ll be dancin’ down the aisles and swingin’ all night long when the Wheel rolls into town!


90s Prom

90s Prom

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Dust off your flannel, the 90s are back! Dance the night away with My So Called Band, commemorate the night with a classic prom photo, find out who will be crowned Prom Royalty, and more!

Tickets: $20

Ages 21+

Doors: 7pm

 

Our hostess for the night - Princess Lulu!

Our hostess for the night - Princess Lulu!


'90s Prom Royalty Nominations

Would we have prom without crowning a King & Queen, King & King, or Queen & Queen?

AS IF! Nominations are now being accepted for 2017 '90s Prom Royalty. Do you know a couple that deserves to be treated like royalty for a night? Or maybe a couple that needs a chance to relive the past and claim a crown?  Nominate them below!

FOUR Finalist Couples will receive a complimentary dinner before prom from Red PrimeSteak, Kitchen No. 324, Cheever's Café, or The Drake (thanks to our friends at Good Egg Dining Group), two (2) tickets to prom, and $250 donated to the charity of their choice! The Official Royalty announcement will be made at Prom. Good luck to all the nominees!

Don't wait to submit your nominations. This round of the contest will close at 11:59pm on July 26. 

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Suzanne Santo

Suzanne Santo

Tickets: $12

Doors: 7pm

Show: 7:30pm

Caught halfway between the dark swoon of pop-noir, the raw rasp of soul music, and the honest punch of Americana, Suzanne Santo's new album Ruby Red tells the story of a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who, more than 10 years into an acclaimed career, is turning a new corner. Ruby Red is an album about love, life, and lust in the modern world. 


The Mavericks

The Mavericks

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Tickets: $40-$55

Doors: 7pm

Show: 8pm

The Grammy®-award-winning Mavericks have a neo-traditional take on country music, combining Latin rhythms and rock roots. They have achieved 14 singles on the Billboard country charts and have won a total of five awards from the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association.

Brand New Day, released in March, showcases the band’s strengths and incorporates Motown notes, horn accents and bossa nova beats.

Frank Sinatra always insisted he was just a saloon singer. In the same way the Mavericks always pride themselves on being a bar band, albeit the best bar band this side of E Street.
— Huffington Post

American Aquarium

American Aquarium

Tickets: $25-$30

Doors: 7pm

Show: 8pm

With a history that includes 8 albums recorded in 9 years, and a touring schedule that sometimes reaches 250 shows a year, American Aquarium is the kind of band that never seems to slow down. Their diehard fans will tell you, though, that amongst the fiery and ferocious honky-tonk rock that the group is known for, there are plenty of moments of reflection and introspection. It's that combination of emotional honesty and raw energy that keeps them coming back for more.


Hard Working Americans

Hard Working Americans

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Tickets: $25-$30 

Doors: 7pm

Show: 7:30pm

Hard Working Americans are known for telling stories of the everyman and every woman and throwing a hell of a party.

Formed in late 2013, HWA comprises Todd Snider, bassist Dave Schools (Widespread Panic), guitarist Neal Casal (Chris Robinson Brotherhood), keyboardist Chad Staehly (Great American Taxi), drummer Duane Trucks and guitarist Jesse Aycock.

One of Oklahoma's modern folk greats, Travis Linville, will be opening for HWA so don't miss this Sunday show!


Matt Stansberry & The Romance

Matt Stansberry & The Romance

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Matt Stansberry is an American singer-songwriter, musician and band leader, best known for his work with The Romance. Listeners have come to know him for his signature smooth vocals, uplifting lyrics, improvised guitar solos, and energetic stage performances.

Michael Jackson Tribute Show

Michael Jackson Tribute Show

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VIP - Floor*: $50
General Admission - Floor*: $20
Reserved Balcony Seating: $25
*Floor tickets are standing room only

Doors: 7PM

Show: 8PM

Michael Jackson impersonator Danny Dash Andrews is the world's top requested tribute artist. Since the tragic death of Michael Jackson, Andrews has resurrected the spirit of the legend, traveling throughout the world performing live as the late King. Andrews has been interviewed by multiple media outlets, appeared on television, film, featured on Americas Got Talent season 8, performed live with Lady Gaga, and has been featured on a national talk show with Latoya Jackson.

He has gained enormous respect captivating audiences and capturing hearts with his high energy tribute performances. His incredible talent matched with his seemingly effortless moves which mirror those of the King of Pop will leave you with a jaw dropping show that will have you dancing and singing along. 

 


Paul Thorn

Paul Thorn

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Reserved Seating: $25

Doors: 7PM

Show: 7:30PM

Hammer & Nail 20th Anniversary Tour

In 1997, A&M Records released Paul Thorn's debut album, Hammer & Nail. Judging from the many current requests at shows for songs like "800 Pound Jesus," "Sure Sign," "Every Little Bit Hurts," and "Resurrection Day," the record has stood the test of time. To mark this special milestone, Paul and his band will be performing Hammer & Nail in its entirety, front-to-back, at select shows in 2017.

Paul is joined by Bonnie Bishop, who will be opening the night with a solo set of soulful blues from her latest album, Ain't Who I Was.

 


Nancy Wilson of Heart with Roadcase Royale

Nancy Wilson of Heart with Roadcase Royale

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Reserved Seating: $55-$85 

Doors: 7:00pm

Show: 8:00pm

Tower Theatre is excited to welcome Nancy Wilson of Heart with Roadcase Royale to Oklahoma City for a one of a kind, all-seated show.


Irma Thomas, The Blind Boys of Alabama & The Preservation Hall Legacy Quintet

Irma Thomas, The Blind Boys of Alabama & The Preservation Hall Legacy Quintet

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Reserved Seating: $50 

Doors: 7:00pm

Show: 7:30pm

Irma Thomas, the “Soul Queen of New Orleans,” joins forces with six-time Grammy® Award-winning gospel group The Blind Boys of Alabama and the Preservation Hall Legacy Quintet for a unique concert celebrating the enduring musical traditions of New Orleans. Don’t miss this very special evening filled with new collaborations and traditional standards.

Seeing the Blind Boys of Alabama in concert is part living history, part concert, all uplifting experience...the best moments come when the group join forces for stirring harmonies.
— The Washington Post

Dick Gregory

Dick Gregory

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Tickets: $25-$30

Doors: 7pm 

Show: 8pm

One of stand-up comedy’s founding fathers, Dick Gregory, will be dropping by Tower Theatre for a night of laughs. Beyond comedy, Gregory has spent a life battling injustice and corruption. During the Civil Rights Movement, Gregory marched against segregation, organized sit-ins, and took fights all the way up to the Supreme Court.

I love Dick Gregory. He is one of the funniest people on the planet.
— President Bill Clinton

Vintage Trouble

Vintage Trouble

Tickets: $25-$33

Doors: 7pm

Show: 8pm

Vintage Trouble has earned the support from legends such as the late Prince, Martin Scorsese and Don Was, and have critics at NPR, BBC Radio, Rolling Stone and The New York Times raving "like Otis Redding, Vintage Trouble makes music that is a little bit of everything ... You can slow dance, groove, rock and let it all go."


Penny & Sparrow

Penny & Sparrow

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Reserved Seating: $20

VIP Package: $60

Doors: 7:00pm

Show: 8:00pm

Touring in support of their upcoming album, Wendigo, Penny & Sparrow confront themes of fear, darkness, and the intersection of daily life. With a musical maturity that has been honed over half a decade and hundreds of live shows, Kyle Jahnke and Andy Baxter's live performance is not to be missed.

VIP Package includes: One premium reserved ticket, access to the private, pre-show acoustic performance and Q&A session with Penny & Sparrow, photo opportunity, 15% off Penny & Sparrow merchandise, and more.


Los Lobos

Los Lobos

Tickets: $40-$58

Door: 7:00pm

Show: 8:00pm

Now in their 44th year together, the restless, hard working, constantly touring band, Los Lobos, continues to challenge themselves with fresh and exciting new songs, while staying true to their wide-ranging musical roots; after almost 20 albums, multiple Grammys, and a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nomination, that's exactly what they've done.

The Lovin' Spoonful

The Lovin' Spoonful

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Tickets: $32-$45

Doors: 7pm

Show: 8pm

One with the biggest bands of the mid-1960s, The Lovin’ Spoonful recorded some of the most iconic songs of the folk rock revival and produced eight top-selling albums. 


The Crystal Method

The Crystal Method

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Tickets: $20

Door: 7pm

Show: 8pm

Throughout the past two decades, the musical landscape has continually merged, morphed, and matrixed, fractured in countless directions while intersecting at the most unexpected points.  Electronic music underwent a renaissance in the aughts, rising out of the warehouses and blank spaces and overtaking the biggest festival fields in the world. 

THE CRYSTAL METHOD followed a similar trajectory since their formation in 1993. The Grammy Award®-nominated, platinum-certified trailblazing duo—Ken Jordan and Scott Kirkland—set the stage for the genre-mashing electronic sounds that fuel the current zeitgeist.


John Moreland

John Moreland

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Tickets: $20

Doors: 7pm 

Show: 8pm

The beloved Oklahoma singer-songwriter broke big in 2015 with his third album, High on Tulsa Heat, had three songs featured on the TV show Sons of Anarchy, and captured national attention with a beautiful performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Now he'll play Tower Theatre in support of his new album, Big Bad Luv, on Saturday, December 2.

John Moreland is the new face of folk rock.
— GQ Magazine