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OKC Arts Council Announces 34th Annual Sunday Twilight Concert Series

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The Arts Council of Oklahoma City announces the 34th annual Sunday Twilight Concert Series, presented by Devon Energy.

The Sunday Twilight Concert Series will run from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Sunday from June 1 to Sept. 28. The concert series features free, family-friendly entertainment.

"We are excited for the Twilight Concert Series to kick off this summer," said Christina Foss, director of the concert series. "We encourage music lovers from across the metro to bring blankets, chairs and a picnic and enjoy a beautiful evening of entertainment."

Wendi Schuur, director of Community Relations for Devon, said the company is proud to partner with the Arts Council to present Sunday evening concerts.

"The concert series provides an opportunity for everyone to enjoy the sights and sounds of downtown and outstanding local musicians," said Schuur. "So many different types of music can be heard throughout the summer. There is something for every age group."

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The concerts on June 1 and June 8 will take place at Bicentennial Park, 500 Couch Drive, in front of the Civic Center Music Hall.

Additional concerts are set for June 13 and 14 at the Great Lawn Stage at Myriad Botanical Gardens in conjunction with the deadCENTER Film Festival.

Starting on June 15, the regular Twilight concerts return to the Great Lawn Stage at the Myriad Botanical Gardens.

Those planning to attend a concert should be aware that pets and glass containers are not allowed.

The 2014 Sunday Twilight Concert Series (Tentative) Schedule:

June 1: Zoom City – Classic Rock

Allied Arts Community Thank You Concert at Bicentennial Park, east of the Civic Center, 500 Couch Drive

June 8: Kalo – Blues/Rock

Concert at Bicentennial Park, east of the Civic Center, 500 Couch Drive

June 13: Souled Out – Classic Rock/Variety

Starting June 13, concerts will return to the Great Lawn at Myriad Botanical Gardens. Enjoy the deadCENTER Film Festival following the concert.

June 14: The Mojo Men – Blues

Enjoy the deadCENTER Film Festival following the concert.

June 15: The Wise Guys – Rock

Enjoy the deadCENTER Film Festival following the concert.

June 22: Kyle Dillingham & Horseshoe Road – Heartland Acoustic

June 29: Jeff Mims Band – Soul/R&B

July 6: Sky Smeed/Susan Herndon Trio – Singer/Songwriter

July 13: Brian Lynn Jones & the Misfit Cowboys – Country

July 20: The Wurly Birds – Rock/Soul/Pop

July 27: The Salsa Shakers – Latin

Aug. 3: Edgar Cruz – Beatles Tribute

Aug. 10: Shortt Dogg – Funk/R&B

Aug. 17: Paperscissor – Rock/Pop

Aug. 24: Broke Brothers – Reggae

Sept. 7: Justin Young Band – Jazz

Sept. 14: Storyville Scoundrels – Swing

Sept. 21: Empire State Band – Rock/Jazz

Sept. 28: Gregory Jerome featuring Special Guest – Classical Hip Hop

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