Thundercat at The Criterion

Thundercat Tickets

The Criterion | Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma has never been waiting in such high anticipation about the arrival of an artist in the last decade! Well wait no more, because it has finally been announced that the newest artist in all of Electronic and Techno music is coming to the iconic The Criterion on Thursday 26th October 2023! This artist has been smashing the techno charts with their latest releases, and on this tour you’re guaranteed to experience both the new stuff, and the old. If you’ve never experienced a live Thundercat performance before, then you really can’t miss out on this one. Fans up and down the state have been talking about how they have been waiting years to see this artist live, and you have the opportunity to see them too! But don’t delay, because the anticipation for this show is huge, so simply click the Buy Tickets button below to get your order started.

Ready for some mind-bending techno events in October? We thought so, and we have some good news for you. Oklahoma City tops the list of the most booming techno points in Oklahoma, and once again the city will attract local and traveling melomaniacs alike for a surrealistic journey in the world of techno. Oklahoma City is considered to be a centre of the techno culture for a number of good reasons. One of them most certainly is the most heralded techno venue in the area, which will play host to some of the finest musicians in the field this October. The Criterion will welcome on their stage an incredible lineup including Thundercat, and techno enthusiasts of all stripes will be there too see it! This mesmerizing performance will be complented by a series of unbeatable perks including crazy light shows, heart-racing sound systems and acoustics, wild decor and top-notch event staff who will be taking care of the patrons’ requests. The Criterion simply delivers an A-star experience from the moment you walk through the front doors! Dive into it by securing your seats today!

Thundercat at The Criterion

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