Concerts coming back to Oklahoma, Kelli O’Hara playing virtual fundraiser, plus more music news

As COVID-19 vaccines continue to be administered, concerts are starting to come back to Oklahoma after more than a year of relative silence due to the pandemic.

In Oklahoma City, Chesapeake Energy Arena announced last week its first new addition to its concert calendar in months: Country music star Kane Brown will be bringing his “Blessed and Free Tour” to The Peake on Oct. 14 with special guests Jordan Davis and Restless Road. Tickets are on sale as of today through Ticketmaster.

The Peake is hosting the PBR Express Ranches Invitational this weekend with the arena at 45% capacity and masks required, and the venue announced today that the sports comedy group Dude Perfect has made a date in OKC on Oct. 1, with tickets on sale at 10 a.m. April 21 at

Also, The Criterion announced this week that Grammy-winning country duo Brothers Osborne are bringing their “We’re Not for Everyone” tour for a Sept. 18 show. Tickets go on sale April 23 at It’s the first new show that isn’t a Flaming Lips Space Bubble Concert that The Criterion has announced in what seems like an age.

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