Nestled between sky-high oak trees and red sandstone, the Zoo Amphitheater in Oklahoma City offers one of the most unique concert-going experiences in the state. The venue has welcomed a lofty list of legends, including Chicago, Willie Nelson and Marvin Gaye. The popularity of the venue stems from a variety of factors, especially the general admission lawn seating, stunning outdoor views and pristine acoustics.
On Sept. 22, American rock band Needtobreathe visits the amphitheater for a one-night event. Originally from South Carolina, the quartet fluctuates its sound among Christian, Southern, indie and country vibes for an eclectic mix of hits accessible to the masses. Special guests on the tour include “I Don’t Wanna Be” crooner Gavin DeGraw and up-and-coming quartet The New Respects.
Doors open at 6 p.m. and the concert begins at 7 p.m. Visit thezooamphitheatre.com for tickets.