Norman Music Festival and Norman Arts Council Launch the 2nd Friday Concert Series
Norman Music Festival and Norman Arts Council are bringing a new form of art to the 2nd Friday Norman Art Walk with a concert series on Sept. 12 from 7-10 p.m. The bands performing at the premiere of the series include Kyle Reid, Elms, and Horse Thief at the Breathing Rhythm Studio in Norman.
All shows part of the concert series are free and open to the public.
The bands bring an eclectic mix of music to the event. Norman resident Kyle Reid, known for combining gypsy jazz and western swing, will be performing a solo set with pieces from his album, “Alright, Here We Go,” which he will release on Sept. 13 at the Paramount in downtown Oklahoma City. Longtime singer-songwriter Chelsey Cope, who can be seen in William H. Macy’s directorial debut “Rudderless,” is the front woman for her new band Elms. Psychedelic, indie-rock band Horse Thief will return from their European tour with The Felice Brothers on Sept. 8.
Founded in 2008, Norman Music Festival is a free, independent music festival in downtown Norman, OK.
For more information on the 2nd Friday Art Walk, presented by Norman Arts Council, visit 2ndfridaynorman.com.