NORMAN — Plans are in the works for the seventh annual Norman Music Festival, with organizers this week announcing the dates for the 2014 edition of the free event.
The seventh annual edition of the free event will be April 24-26 in historic downtown Norman, according to a news release.
For the past six years, the festival has featured hundreds of local, state, national and international musicians working in a wide variety of genres. It has attracted thousands of music lovers to central Oklahoma.
“Our festival of music and art will highlight the great opportunities that are in Oklahoma,” said Steven White, Norman Music Alliance Chair, in the announcement.
“Norman has the perfect balance of talented entrepreneurs and creative thinkers to host a festival like this and grow it to a national phenomenon.”
The three-day festival continues to grow year after year, with more than 60,000 attending NMF6 earlier this year, according to the release.
“What better city to represent Oklahoma's cultural richness than a town teeming with artists and musicians,” White said in the release.
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