Oklahoma Live Music Venue

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Dejavu’s Night Club.

1164 N Mac Arthur Blvd., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma United States

405.943.9800

19000 sqft of Urban nightlife. Oklahoma City's premier concert venue. Platinum national performers featured twice per month. College specials friday evening with $3.00 Ucallit. Featuring DV's Aqua Lounge , a private area featuring it's own music selection , a 12 person hot-tub and an open bar. V.I.P reservations required. [more]

Club Eternity

5841 NW 22nd St, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma United States

(514)931-3811

OKC's hottest gentlemen's club. Featuring the friendliest ladies in OKC! The only club in OKC that features oil wrestling! Come see us Monday nights when we close down and reopen with our ladies oil wrestling for your amusement! Place a bid on your favorite lady and oil her down before and during the competition! ALWAYS a good time! We [more]

Diamond Ballroom

8001 S. Eastern Ave., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma United States

(405) 677-9169

Diamond Ballroom The Diamond Ballroom is one of the premiere venues in Oklahoma City where a variety of live performances take place. With a capacity of 1000, this is a particularly favorite concert venue for rock, metal and punk bands even with it's honky tonk theme. [more]

Buddha Tao Ultra Lounge

2737 W. Memorial Road, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma United States

Buddha Tao is Oklahoma Citys only chic Pan-Asian bar and nightclub. At 9:00 pm each night, the lights at Buddha Tao are lowered and the restaurant transforms into North Oklahoma Citys only late night, premier ultra lounge. Buddha Tao features local, regional and national DJs on most nights. Opium Lounge The upstairs bar, called Opium [more]

The Hidden Castle

1309 SW 24th Ave, Norman, Oklahoma United States

(405) 701-0870

Formerly the Blue Onion and Buzz's Subs, the Hidden Castle has been hosting international, national, and local talent for years. Located in an actual castle off I-35, the Castle has been the stopping point for many bands on the road, traveling from Austin to Norman and then Wichita and beyond. [more]

RED JELLY

Hwy 277, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma United States

5.14733e+009

Retro, 80's, Disco, Hip-Hop, Techno, Trance and Breaks. Red Jelly Hwy 277, Lawton Ok $5.00 Cover with valid ID Drink Specials including Free Draft Beer Til Midnight Live Dj's [more]

SpiritBank Event Center

10441 S. Regal Blvd, Tulsa, Oklahoma United States

(918) 369-9300

SpiritBank Event Center The SpiritBank Event Center is South Tulsa’s state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue. The 4,500 seat center is designed to house a number of different events including family shows, concerts, corporate and trade conventions, wedding receptions, and all other facility-needed events. Located [more]

Ole Blues and ‘Ole Blues two  –>

946 N. Flood, Norman, Oklahoma United States

405-310-2722

'Ole Blues and 'Ole blues two Karaoke We are open M-F 10am-2am on blues one side Blues two is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday Thursday Night our DJ starts at 9:30pm Friday Night we have a live band Saturday Night we have Karaoke with Pam If you are looking for a laid back atmosphere and a good time this is the place to be. Drinks [more]

Boone Pickens Stadium

West Hall of Fame Avenue & Hester Street, Stillwater, Oklahoma United States

(405) 707-7830

Boone Pickens Stadium Boone Pickens Stadium has been home to the Oklahoma State University Cowboys football team in rudimentary form since 1913, and as a complete stadium since 1920. The facility is the oldest football stadium in the Big 12 Conference but was left largely neglected and enjoyed only modest renovations throughout its [more]

Lazy E Arena

9600 Lazy E Drive, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma United States

405-282-(7433)

Lazy E Arena For former Oklahoma State Senator and rodeo legend Clem McSpadden, the Lazy E Arena was a second home since Day One. “Everything about the building and organization is first class with a capital F,” McSpadden said. “It’s the Taj Mahal of the rodeo business, period.” The arena – [more]