Ready to Rock: OKCMOA's Omelette Party
An annual bash celebrates Eggs, Drinks and Rock & Roll
The Oklahoma City Museum of Art is all set to scramble conceptions of how much its annual spring fundraiser can rock, while making sure its signature treats are still front and center on the menu. It’s time for the 32nd Omelette Party: Eggs, Drinks & Rock ‘n’ Roll.
The adults-only show gives guests a culinary setlist packed with egg-themed hits and gourmet omelettes from more than a dozen exceptional chefs, plus an eclectic art raffle with works from 50-plus local artists, an open bar and – of course – live music from The Stars and DJ Brian Smith.
“I’m proud to be part of an event with an incredibly rich history that raises money for a great cause,” says Suzanne Thomas, who co-chairs the Omelette Party alongside Matt Tipton, and who says she’s excited about the theme. “We love the fact that rock music transcends generations and means something different to everyone. For us, this was the perfect blend of old and new.”
All proceeds benefit the OKCMOA. “Through events like the Omelette Party, we can continue to help fund exhibitions like the incredible ‘Matisse in His Time’ exhibition coming to Oklahoma City in June,” Tipton says. Plus, attendance is its own tasty reward.
Center stage is set for the Bricktown Event Center on March 4, and 7 p.m. is rock o’clock. Start working on your outfit and get tickets by calling 236.3100 or visiting okcmoa.com. And when you do get tickets, bear in mind something else Thomas said: “For those about to rock, we salute you.”