Weekend Roundup: September 2-5

Photo by Jon Grogan

 

Nashville-based electro-punk-pop trio The Foxies are headlining Ponyboy’s free Friday concert this week. Fronted by the high-energy Julia Bullock — a punk vocalist with a fantastic voice — the band will wrap up about 10:30 pm (show starts at 8 pm), and then it’s time to dance upstairs at Ponyboy.  

 

The 44th annual Paseo Arts Festival will be taking place this labor day weekend. From Saturday at 10 am to Monday at 5 pm, head over to the Paseo District for a perfect blend of art, food trucks, live music, and more. Featured artists and kid-friendly activities will also be included in the festivities. 

 

The Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the Albuquerque Isotopes this Sunday at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. Starting at 2:05 pm, grab your kids and stay afterward for a postgame celebration, where children can run the bases just like the players. For a pregame activity, visit the stadium on Friday for a firework show. 

 

OKC’s dazzling Water Lantern Festival will be held this Saturday at E.C. Hafer Park in Edmond. Gates open at 5 pm, and the release of the lanterns will begin at 8:30 pm. Food trucks, music, and plenty of fun will be available during the festival. 

 

September Coffee and Cars begins Saturday in Chisholm Creek, OKC. Taking place from 8-11 am, you can show off your car or take a look around while enjoying your morning coffee. There are no dues or memberships, as everyone is welcome for free. 

 

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