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December 13, 2013

2014 Norman calendar full with exciting events

NORMAN — The 2014 Norman calendar is already bursting with events, with more to be scheduled just around the corner. Be sure to make room now for the exciting events coming in 2014. For a detailed up-to-date calendar of events visit normantranscript.com/events.

Local music scenes

Live music can be found in Norman nearly every night of the year. Hit up Opolis, The Deli, Othello’s, Tres Cantina & Grille and Riverwind Casino for complete, up-to-date schedules. For more information visit opolis.org, thedeli.us, othellos.us, facebook.com/TresCantina and riverwind.com.

Norman Philharmonic

Attend the Norman Philharmonic’s “Orchestra Meets Jazz” concert 3 p.m. Jan. 19, 2014, at the Nancy O’Brian Performing Arts Center to enjoy a performance including the OKC Jazz Orchestra. Tickets are $10. For more information visit normanphilharmonic.com.

Norman Music Festival

Mark your calendars now to hear music from hundreds of bands of different genres during Norman Music Festival April 24-26, 2014. The free festival is located on Main Street. For more information visit facebook.com/NormanMusicFestival.

Jazz in June

Get your fill of jazz during Jazz in June, June 19-21, 2014. The free music festival is at Brookhaven Village Thursday and Friday and Andrews Park on Saturday. For more information visit jazzinjune.org.

Performing Arts Studio

The Performing Arts Studio will kick off its Summer Breeze Concert Series in May featuring national and local musicians performing in local parks. The Sunday evening concerts are free and run through September.

The music starts back up again with PAS’ Winter Wind Concert Series. These Sunday evening concerts take place October through March at the Norman Depot. Ticket prices vary.

For more information visit pasnorman.org.

Sooner Theatre

Several performers are taking the stage in 2014 at the Sooner Theatre. Performers include Shawn Mullins in concert 8 p.m. April 11, and Jimmy Webb in concert 8 p.m. May 9. Purchase tickets, $40-$50, at soonertheatre.org.

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