CU in the Park Starring Chris Young
Saturday, October 14 | 7pm
Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn
FREE Concert presented by Local Credit Unions
7pm | Program Begins
7:30pm | Robyn Ottolini
8:30pm | Chris Young
Multi-platinum global entertainer Chris Young has accumulated an impressive list of accomplishments, including membership in the iconic Grand Ole Opry, over 5 Billion on-demand streams, 13 career No. 1 singles, 24 R.I.A.A. certified projects and numerous ACM, AMA, CMA and Grammy nominations, as well as wins for Performance of the Year and Collaborative Video of the Year at the CMT Music Awards. These accomplishments and more landed the RCA Records Nashville artist among Billboard’s top country artists of the decade.
Named “one of his era’s finest traditionalists” by the Associated Press, Chris is an international ambassador for country music, performing to capacity crowds around the world. With a hit-packed set that highlights his thirteen chart-toppers — including back-to-back No. 1s “Famous Friends” and “At The End Of A Bar” — the Grammy and ACM nominated vocalist’s most recent headlining tour played to over 400,000 fans in 3 countries.
“Famous Friends,” – Chris’s double-platinum-certified, multi-week chart-topping song with Kane Brown – is the title track to his “most personal album to date” (Forbes).
The recently released Famous Friends (Deluxe Edition) features six new sides, including collabs with Mitchell Tenpenny, Lauren Alaina, Old Dominion and more, for a total of twenty tracks. He kicked off the new year with two new tracks – the Top 30 and rising single, “Looking For You,” plus “All Dogs Go To Heaven.”
Long before Robyn’s career took off in 2020 — in the middle of a global pandemic, no less — with the viral TikTok hit “F-150,” she was pretending to be the next Faith Hill or Shania Twain in the front seat of her dad’s pickup truck. Growing up in a small town outside of Toronto called Uxbridge, Robyn was raised on country music.
Her runaway hit, “F-150,” a downtempo track about an ex that still haunts whenever a — you guessed it — Ford F-150 passes. By the final chorus, though, Robyn has fully moved on (“When I see an F-150/ I’ll take back what it took from me,” she sings in the closing lines). While the song has been a heartbreak healer for listeners everywhere, it has also made its way around TikTok, soundtracking more than 34,000 videos and shooting Robyn to No. 4 on the Spotify US Viral 50 chart and No. 3 on Rolling Stone’s all-genre Trending 25 chart.
With more than 16 million global streams already to her name, Robyn’s unfiltered vulnerability is clearly connecting. Her latest project, The I’m Not Always Hilarious EP garnered more than 1 million streams even before “F-150” went viral.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
WHAT TO BRING
Bring your chairs and blankets out to the Love’s Travel Stops Stage and Great Lawn for an evening of live music under the stars.
Free and open to the public. Family and pet friendly.
No glass bottles, no glass containers, pets on a leash only. *Please Note: NO smoking, vaping, or use of any tobacco products.
Parking is available around the perimeter of the Park including accessible spots. Visit parkingokc.com to view additional nearby lots and garages.
The OKC Streetcar is a great way to park anywhere in Downtown, Bricktown, Automobile Alley, or Midtown and ride over to Scissortail Park.
The Park stop is located at the corner of OKC Boulevard and S. Robinson Ave. Visit okcstreetcar.com for a map and routes.
An accessible seating area for the concert will be available on the west side of the stage.
Portable restrooms are available along The Promenade & S. Robinson Ave. as well as along S. Hudson Ave. near SW 4th St.