Upcoming music calendar

Oklahoman Modified: June 25, 2009 at 11:38 am •  Published: June 25, 2009
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SMASH MOUTH, SOUL ASYLUM AND FASTBALL at Lucky Star Casino in Clinton

June 26 at 7:30

It'll like Insomniac Music Theater all over again when Smash Mouth, Soul Asylum and Fastball try their luck at Lucky Star Casino. ... You can take the girl out of the 90s, but you can't take the 90s out of the girl.

ROCKLAHOMA at Catch the Fever Festival Grounds in Pryor

July 9-12

Anthrax. RATT. Thin Lizzy. Twisted Sister. We don't know what else there is to say. See the complete lineup (yeah, there is more) at www.rocklahoma.com/rffartists.php .

TIM MCGRAW at Fort Still near Lawton

July 3 at 6 p.m.

Good ol' boy Tim McGraw will be rallying the troops just ahead of Independence Day at Fort Sill near Lawton. Get the details at timmcgraw.com.

TOADIES at the Diamond Ballroom

July 10 at 7 p.m.

Yes, you read right. The Toadies will be in town. The Texas alternative-grunge-rock band is back together — they reformed 2008 — after a seven-year split, and you'll want to be at the Diamond when they play July 10. Head to www.diamondballroom.net for all the details.

JUNE

24 The Queers, The Conservatory.

24 David Cook, Diamond Ballroom.

25 Jazz in June, Brookhaven Village and Andrews Park. (Norman)

26 The Four Tops, Riverwind Casino. (Norman)

26 Minutes Too Far, The Conservatory.

26 Smash Mouth, Soul Asylum and Fastball, Lucky Star Casino. (Clinton)

JULY

3 Copeland, The Marquee. (Tulsa)

3 Tim McGraw, Fort Sill. (Lawton)

3 Pat Green, Riverwind Casino. (Norman)

6 Demi Lovato, BOK Center. (Tulsa)

9 Jamie Foxx, BOK Center. (Tulsa)

9-12 Rocklahoma, Catch the Fever Festival Grounds. (Pryor)

10 Brian McKnight, Riverwind Casino.



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