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Collective Soul
May 16

Collective Soul

Where the river flows.

Date
May 16
Time
7:00 PM
Venue
Showplace Theatre

Where the river flows.

For VIP ticket details, please check the Additional Information section below.

Collective Soul are pumped and primed to celebrate their 25th anniversary in 2019 in all-out style, but they’re really just gearing up for the long haul. Ever since the barn-burning rock band from Stockbridge, GA., burst onto the national scene with the runaway success of their multi-platinum 1993 debut Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid and its ensuing mega-smash hits like “Shine” and “Breathe,” they’ve been on an upward trajectory that’s seen them play to sold-out audiences across the globe while concurrently amassing an impressive catalog of beloved songs instantly recognizable by their titles alone.

Indelibly memorable tracks like “December,” “The World I Know,” “Gel,” and “Heavy” (to name but a few) all evoke a collective sense of heartfelt observational universality and earnest positivity — in short, they’re the jukebox heroes of a new generation. Indeed, the secret sauce to Collective Soul’s continued success story is a simple one: a palpable mixture of insightful songwriting and impeccable band chemistry. “So much of what we do is based on the camaraderie-ship of the band,” notes frontman and chief songwriter Ed Roland. “The five us work together as a family, and I’ve never been at more ease — and never been more pleased — than going onstage with these guys right now, night after night.”

And now, Collective Soul is proud to welcome the newest member of their recorded family into the world titled, Blood. Blood is the culmination of a quarter-century of Collective Soul assessing not only where they’ve come from, but also where they’re going. “I think Blood expresses where we’ve been on this life journey,” observes Roland. “And we’ve done so with songs featuring piano and strings to those with a lot of guitar riffs. Blood is an accumulation of all the different styles we’ve used over the years — but it’s still Collective Soul. I think it’s the best we’ve ever done. I know you should think that, but I really do think it’s the best. It’s a good, consistent record. We’re just so proud of it.”

From the very beginning of the band’s career, Roland always had his eye on the prize. “When ‘Shine’ came out, we got asked, ‘What’s your goal with this band?’ I said, ‘I want to have a whole row of Collective Soul recordings on the shelf.’ That was my goal,” Roland recounts. “Me, I always wanted to see the full body of work. That’s all I ever wanted. I knew I could write, and as the band progressed and got better, that’s why we wanted to keep going. I don’t think we ever doubted it. We, as the artists — we had no fear. The guys in the band have enough faith in my songwriting, and I have faith in them.”

All of these textural nuances add up to a most exciting Collective Soul 2019, with even more invigorated live sets to come. “For us, we want to play the hits as we always do, but I think we also want to share the new record with our fans,” Roland explains. “At 25 years later, we want to say, ‘Hey, we’re still making the best that we can do.’ Right now, I’ve got seven of the new songs in the setlist, and hopefully, on some nights, we can play the whole thing from start to finish. I mean, it’s our 25th anniversary. We’re going at it hard, everyone! We’re going hard.”

Heaven has clearly shined its light down on Collective Soul for 25 years running with no end in sight, so here’s to the next quarter-century and beyond! Bask in their continual glow. —Mike Mettler, official Soulographer

Doors open at 6 PM.

Showplace Theatre

The show is always going on at OKC’s premier live casino venue and one of the finest live entertainment settings anywhere in Oklahoma.

Venue parking is free. Complimentary valet parking is also available.

Accessible Seating

Special seating is available for guests with disabilities by calling the box office.

Box Office Phone

405-322-6464

Box Office Hours

Monday - Thursday 10 AM – 8 PM Friday and Saturday 10 AM – 11 PM No Refunds, upgrades or exchanges

Accepted Payments

Cash, Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Discover

Will Call

Will Call tickets can be picked up at the Box Office.

  • Collective Soul Gold VIP Package – $215
    One (1) Platinum Reserved Seat in first 5 rows
    One (1) Meet & Greet & Photo Opportunity with Collective Soul
    One (1) Collective Soul Merchandise Package designed exclusively for Gold VIP purchaser
  • Collective Soul Silver VIP Package – $140
    One (1) Platinum Reserved Seat in first 10 rows
    One (1) Collective Soul Merchandise Package designed exclusively for Silver VIP purchasers

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