Live music, grand openings and food trucks planned for Friday's Premiere on Film Row in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City's newest monthly street festival is a family- and pet-friendly event on the third Friday of each month, year-round, featuring film screenings, live music, art exhibitions and gourmet food trucks. There is no cost to attend.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: September 20, 2013

Premiere on Film Row, a monthly street festival, is amplifying its outdoor entertainment options for its second event from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday along Sheridan Avenue between Dewey and Shartel avenues downtown.

Premiere on Film Row, sponsored by Fowler Honda of Norman, is a free family- and pet-friendly event on the third Friday of each month.

Sheridan Avenue will be closed between Lee and Shartel avenues for a live music stage headlined by indie rockers the Feel Spectres at 8 p.m. Ali Harter will open the show at 6 p.m., followed by Beau Jennings and the Tigers at 7 p.m.

The Paramount coffee bar, 701 W Sheridan Ave., will offer a drive-in movie experience with a free outdoor screening of “Singin' in the Rain,” the 1952 musical comedy. There will also be live music by Joe Burleigh, a performance by Oak City Comedy, and food and wine pairings.

The Hub OKC and KOSU radio will celebrate grand openings during the event. The Hub OKC, 7 N Lee Ave., is a retail shop that offers custom items for the home.

KOSU radio has opened a studio in the Hart Building, 726 W Sheridan Ave. KOSU, a member-supported public radio station based out of the Oklahoma State University campus in Stillwater, will offer tours of its Film Row studios and an opportunity to meet the on-air personalities. KOSU operates 91.7 KOSU in central Oklahoma and 107.5 KOSN in northeast Oklahoma.