Scissortail Park Concerts 2022

FREE concert series May – September
Scissortail Park’s annual FREE concert series on the Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn!
Concerts presented by American Fidelity

Supported by

First Fidelity Bank
Ad Astra Foundation

Richard and Glenna Tanenbaum

Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
Oklahoma Shirt Company

Flight Agency
Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership


Scintillating Sounds of India
Friday, September 9 | 8:30pm
Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn

Experience the most famous of all Indian instruments, the sitar in a duet with violin. Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan, sitar virtuoso and one of India’s best-kept secrets, performs with Vidushi Vijayalakshmi Lalgudi, Carnatic violinist after 7 years, creating melody, mood, and magic as they explore the dynamic energy generated in the spontaneous musical interaction between the masculine and feminine.

Classically trained in their respective styles, Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan – North Indian, and Smt. Vijayalaksmi Lalgudi Ji – South Indian style or Carnatic – both musicians take their audience through a virtuosic journey displaying the musical diversity that is intrinsically India.  Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan and Smt. Vijaylakshmi Lalgudi will be joined on stage by 3 accompanying musicians (tabla, mridangam, and tanpura).  

Additional support for the Scintillating Sounds of India concert by the Oklahoma Arts Council and National Endowment for the Arts.

2022 Summer Season


Amythyst Kiah
Sunday, May 8 | 7pm
Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn

Amythyst Kiah’s Rounder Records debut, Wary + Strange, marks the combination of two vastly different worlds: the iconoclastic alt-rock that first sparked her musical passion and the roots/old-time music scene where she’s found breakout success in recent years, including recognition from Rolling Stone as “one of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets.”

With an unforgettable voice that is both unfettered and exquisitely controlled, the Tennessee-bred singer/songwriter expands on the uncompromising artistry she most recently revealed as part of Our Native Daughters—an all-women-of-color supergroup along with Rhiannon Giddens, Leyla McCalla and Allison Russell. Kiah-penned the standout song, “Black Myself” which earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best American Roots Song and won Song of the Year at the 2019 Folk Alliance International Awards.

LeAnn Rimes
Saturday, May 21 | 7pm
Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn 

LeAnn Rimes is an international multi-platinum selling acclaimed singer and ASCAP award-winning songwriter who has sold more than 48 million units globally, won 2 Grammy® Awards; 12 Billboard Music Awards; 2 World Music Awards; 3 Academy of Country Music Awards; 2 Country Music Association Awards and one Dove Award. At 14, Rimes won “Best New Artist” making her the youngest solo artist to take home a Grammy® Award, and at 15, she became the first country artist to win “Artist of the Year” at the Billboard Music Awards.

Out of the 42 singles she has released throughout her expansive career, LeAnn’s ballad “How Do I Live” holds the record as Billboard’s Hot 100 all-time #1 hit by a female artist and continues to rank #4 on Billboard’s “Greatest of All Time: Hot 100 Songs.” 15 of her multi-genre singles are top-10 hits, including “Can’t Fight the Moonlight,” which went #1 in 11 countries.

In 2020, Rimes shined the brightest and won season four of FOX’s The Masked Singer, with Entertainment Weekly stating that she delivered .”.. the most beautiful performance in the history of The Masked Singer.” Most recently, she served as the inspiration judge on the Discovery+ competition series, Meet Your Makers Showdown, which started streaming November 2021.

Mezclave Latin Jazz & Salsa
Sunday, June 5 | 7pm
Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn

The eight-person group combines the rhythms of Afro-Caribbean salsa music with jazz harmonies and improvisations to produce the Latin Jazz hybrid style. The ensemble gets the name “Mezclave” from “mezcla,” which is Spanish for “mixture,” and “clave,” the Afro-Caribbean term for the rhythm of salsa music.

Mezclave has been performing for over 20 years under the direction of bassist and composer Edwin Canito Garcia.

Their performances have included NYC, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Nashville, Tulsa and Northwest Arkansas.

Oklahoma City Philharmonic
Alexander Mickelthwate, Music Director
Sunday, June 12 | 7pm
Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn 

The Oklahoma City Philharmonic was founded in 1988 and celebrates over 30 years of beautiful music in OKC. Under the direction of Alexander Mickelthwate, the orchestra performs Classics, orchestral Pops, and Discovery Family concerts, as well a variety of community engagements.

The Oklahoma Philharmonic Society, Inc. exists to provide inspiration and joy for the community through orchestral music.

Their vision is to enrich the lives of those we touch, to enhance the cultural life of the community, to educate future generations about the value of music, to entertain audiences, to elevate the quality of every performance, and to serve as a leader for positive community growth through the performance of excellent symphonic music, and to cooperate with other arts agencies for the betterment of our community.

Summer of Soul Night
Saturday, July 16 | 7pm
Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn 


Koolie High

Shortt Dogg


Jeremy Jackson 

Scissortail Park Concerts presented by American Fidelity are supported by First Fidelity Bank, Ad Astra Foundation, Richard and Glenna Tanenbaum, Social Capital, Heartland, Omni Oklahoma City Hotel, Oklahoma Shirt Company, Insurica, BancFirst, Flight Agency and Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership. 

Husbands with Computer Girl and Chelsea Days
Friday, August 19 | 8pm
Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn

Husbands is a landlocked beach pop band that sidequests Kautrock, garage rock, and tropicalia. The Oklahoma City band also dabbles in no wave and nineties-inspired pop, recommended if you like anything from Fleetwood Mac to MGMT, Beach House to the Beach Boys. 

Lyrically, songwriters Danny Davis and Wil Norton tackle what it means to be punk while working a nine to five and trying to find Zen in an anxious world. 

Scissortail Park Concerts presented by American Fidelity are supported by First Fidelity Bank, Ad Astra Foundation, Richard and Glenna Tanenbaum, Heartland, Omni Oklahoma City Hotel, Oklahoma Shirt Company, Insurica, BancFirst, Flight Agency and Downtown Oklahoma City Partnership.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available to support the Scissortail Park Concerts 2022 series.
Please contact Jayme Phillips, Director of Development at or 405.445.6263 for more information.

Concert FAQs

Yes, chairs and blankets are welcome.  

Yes, coolers are permitted at the Park. We just ask that you avoid glass bottles and containers. 

No. Scissortail Park does not allow grills.

Yes, concerts at Scissortail Park are pet friendly. Please keep pets on leashes and clean up any messes to keep the lawn in great shape for everyone. 

Bar service located on the Love’s Travel Stops Great Lawn will be available for the concert series. 

Yes, we will have food trucks throughout the month. Our list of food trucks is updated each month and can be found at

SPARK at Scissortail Park is located at 300 Oklahoma City Boulevard on the north side of the Park and features burgers, bites, and cold delights. Dine-in and take-out available. Open daily from 11am – 10pm. Check out the menu –

The Perch at the Boathouse is Scissortail Park’s cafe featuring Bee Healthy Cafe wraps and salads, plus sandwiches, hot dogs,  pretzels, snacks, Perch Pops by Wondervan Pops, ice cream bars and sandwiches, as well as coffee, hot chocolate, and tea. Visit for hours and more information. 

Portable facilities are located along South Robinson Avenue across from the Oklahoma City Convention Center. Restrooms located at the stage often have limited access. Additional restrooms are located at the Play Pavilion, Sky Rink Event Pavilion, and the Boathouse. 

Parking is located around the perimeter of Scissortail Park. The metered spaces are free after 6pm on weekdays and all weekend. Additional paid parking lots and garages are nearby. Visit for a map and more information.

The OKC Streetcar has a stop at Oklahoma City Boulevard and South Robinson Avenue just north of Scissortail Park. The streetcar runs through Bricktown, Automobile Alley, and Midtown providing additional access to more parking in those areas. Find the route maps and information at 

Yes, but it cannot be staked in the ground, as it may puncture our irrigation. Also keep in mind other guests’ views of the performer.  

Yes, just please make sure it remains clear of walkways and does not block other guests’ views of the performer.