Hangin’ in the Hanger. Photo courtesy Muskogee Chamber.
Friday, July 31 –
The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame welcomes Oklahomans to its summer concert series in Muskogee. Previously known as Dancing in the District, the series is now called Hangin’ in the Hangar due to the event’s location inside the Beechcraft Hangar at Hatbox Field. Beginning back in May, each month, music, food trucks and refreshments attract a crowd to Fourth and Broadway. The July 31 concert will begin at 7 p.m. and go until 11. This week, The Railers, Uncle Lucius and Darrel Cole will take the stage. All shows cost $10. And don’t forget to mark your calendars for Aug. 21. Shooter Jennings, Waymore’s Outlaws, John Fullbright and Harley Hamm & Charlie Redd make for an incredible show. For more information, visit www.omhof.com.
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