About Oklahoma Opry
Oklahoma's Official Country Music Show
Formerly the Rodeo Opry, the Oklahoma Opry has been providing the best in family-friendly entertainment since 1977. Every Saturday night at 7:00PM the Oklahoma Opry band backs new hosts and local entertainers performing live music from a wide range of genres. Doors open at 6:00PM and shows start at 7:00. Seating is general admission and limited.
History of the Opry
The Oklahoma Opry grew from a love of music and a love of family, and has become an important part of Oklahoma’s musical culture and history. Starting as a backyard gathering of family and friends who loved to play and sing country music, the Opry was formed and grew under the guidance of Granville “Grant” Leftwich (1929 – 2006). Starting at the OKC National Guard Armory as a family-oriented country show, the “Oklahoma Opry” was officially launched in 1977 in the renovated theater once called “Knob Hill” located in the Capitol Hill district of Oklahoma City. Later, moving into the historic Stockyards district in 2004, the Rodeo Opry found its new name and new home in the Rodeo Theater where it thrived from 2004-2020. Weekly Saturday night shows introduce talented new performers who share the stage with special guests, OKC favorites, and the professional Opry house band in a family-friendly, live music show proclaimed “Oklahoma’s Official Country Music Show.”
We currently do not have any dates scheduled for open auditions. As we are in our residency at ACM@UCO and working to get our Opry Theater completed, we might not be able to hold open auditions for some time. However, we are always accepting video auditions.
We accept both physical and electronic promo kits.
You can email your video audition to [email protected] or send promo kits to:
PO Box 11296
OKC, OK 73136