Pumpkinville at Myriad Botanical Gardens runs Oct. 5-21. | Photo Andy Rine / Myriad Botanical Gardens / provided
A hologram performance by the late Ronnie James Dio will project for audiences June 20 at The Criterion. | Photo P.G. Brunelli / provided
their masses just like witches at black masses for Zakk (As in Wylde) Sabbath Aug. 26 at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa; and carry on now, wayward son, with Kansas Aug. 30 at Riverwind Casino in Norman. If you like your rock a little bit louder/ angrier, get your earplugs ready for Full of Hell and Primitive Man June 5 at 89th Street — OKC, 8911 N. Western Ave.; Jawbreaker June 25 at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa; X July 1 at Tower Theatre; and MDC and Verbal Abuse Aug. 6 at 89th Street — OKC. For concert experiences that are too awesome and/or insane to fit into one of the above classifications, check out Ani DiFranco June 1 at Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. Second St., in Tulsa; “Weird Al” Yankovic with a symphony orchestra June 21 at The Zoo Amphitheatre; Man Man with Rebecca Black July 8 at Opolis, 113 N. Crawford Ave., in Norman; Béla Fleck & the Flecktones July 24 at Tower Theatre; and Flying Lotus Aug. 18 at Tower.
Experimental hip-hop act Flying Lotus performs at Tower Theatre Aug. 8. | Photo Renata Raksha / provided
Fans of easy punchlines should be pleased to note Insane Clown Posse will be attempting to figure out magnets June 1 at Diamond Ballroom, former Creed frontman Scott Stapp will take us higher with arms wide open July 14 at Tower Theatre, Nickelback will be Nickelbacking Aug. 16 at River Spirit Casino in Tulsa, and Jimmy Buffett will be wasted away again with a crowd of boat-shoe millionaires June 4 at BOK Center in Tulsa. But if after reading this whole concert rundown, the best thing you can think of to spend your money on is irony, it is your own damn fault.
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