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Jake's Jingle Jam
December 5

Jake's Jingle Jam

Jingle all the way with Jake FM.

Date
December 5
Time
7:00 PM
Venue
Showplace Theatre

Jingle all the way with Jake FM.

Jake’s Jingle Jam is back! We’re teaming up with JAKE FM to bring you the hottest holiday show in OKC with some of country music’s young superstars.

Jon Langston

Jon Langston grew up in Loganville, Ga., as the oldest of three boys, listening to music by his heroes Alan Jackson and the Eagles. He grew up playing football, eventually earning a football scholarship to college. Jon always thought football would a part of his life, but after his sixth concussion left him blind for fifteen minutes, his Division 1 football career ended abruptly. Jon picked up his guitar which he hadn’t touched since the eighth grade and re-taught himself how to play. Playing open mic nights and working on his songwriting eventually led to the 2013 release of “Forever Girl,” the first song he ever wrote by himself. That release kicked off his music career which has culminated in 15 sold out shows this year and over 400 million career streams. Jon opened for Luke Bryan on his Farm Tour in 2017, which was a full circle moment for Jon who had been in the crowd as a spectator of Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour only a few years before in Athens, Ga. He was invited to perform on the tour again in 2018 and joined Luke in support of his Sunset Repeat Tour in 2019. Jon is the first artist signed under Luke Bryan’s new Label 32 Bridge Entertainment in conjunction with EMI Records Nashville. Jon’s major label debut single, “When It Comes To Loving You,” reached No. 1 on the all-genre iTunes Chart.

Stephanie Quayle

As a newly inducted member of CMT’s Next Women of Country class of 2019, Stephanie Quayle is celebrating a breakthrough year in country music.

The singer-songwriter made her debut on both the Grand Ole Opry and historic Ryman Auditorium stages and in a once in a lifetime opportunity, she was the only indie act invited to perform for the five living former U.S. presidents (Obama, W. Bush, Clinton, H.W. Bush and Carter) as part of the hurricane relief concert Deep From The Heart: The One America Appeal in Texas.

Quayle’s radio single, “If I Was A Cowboy,” charged out of the gates as a Top 10 Most Added song at Country radio (Mediabase) in its first week and continues to capture attention with its stunning music video. She follows this fan-favorite up with the lighter and infectious “Whatcha Drinkin ‘Bout.” The songstress has been working alongside producer Julian King and executive producer and industry veteran Mark Wright on her latest offerings, the If I Was a Cowboy EP. The new sound impacts the country music genre with an evolved sonic that embraces her authentic western roots in today’s contemporary country landscape.

LOCASH

Country music duo LOCASH – Preston Brust and Chris Lucas – are the proud owners of three #1 singles, a top 5 song and two gold singles, along with three major award nominations.

Baltimore native Lucas gave up sports for music and moved to Nashville in the early 2000s. “I was a baseball player and tore up my knee,” he says. “I saw that as God’s way of saying I was meant to be onstage.” He met Brust, a preacher’s kid from Indiana by way of Arkansas and the two hit it off and soon found work as between-band DJs.

While the bands played, Chris and Preston were backstage comparing musical notes and working on harmonies. “I was showing him stuff from secular music and he was teaching me gospel harmony,” Chris says.

“After a few months of that, we’d developed a real sound,” Preston continues. “Gospel group harmonies are often built around a family blend and we realized we’d created something that really felt like that. In a way, we sounded like brothers. That’s what got us thinking about becoming a duo.”

They did just that, finding something unique along the way. “Chris has taught me so much about how songs are written and sounds are formulated in the secular world,” Brust says. “There’s nothing he can’t sing, especially up top. I think I knew the potential of his voice long before he did. Because of that, I knew we’d develop a sound that went wherever we wanted with harmony and lead vocals. That’s a weapon.”

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.

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405-322-6464

Box Office Hours

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

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Will Call

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

For concerts that are sold as General Admission (Standing Room Only) there will be standing areas that are not assigned or reserved, and are occupied on a first-come, first-served basis. When purchasing tickets for a General Admission (Standing Room Only) concert, your ticket may show a section, row and seat numbers; however, these are for inventory purposes only, and do not reflect an actual seating location.

Please ensure that you carefully read the concert information screen before purchasing tickets. Any information about whether the tickets are General Admission (Standing Room Only) will be posted on this screen. Seating arrangements vary for each concert and there may or may not be seats of any kind available. Riverwind Casino does not guarantee seating for any concert that is sold as General Admission (Standing Room Only).

Additionally, please keep in mind that the Mezzanine section remains seated as usual.

As of Jan. 1, 2020, tickets purchased for all Riverwind Casino concerts will incur a $10 processing fee for each ticket. If the tickets are purchased at the Showplace Theatre Box Office and the buyer presents a Wild Card, $5 of the fee per ticket will be waived.

For concerts that are sold as General Admission (Standing Room Only) there will be standing areas that are not assigned or reserved, and are occupied on a first-come, first-served basis. When purchasing tickets for a General Admission (Standing Room Only) concert, your ticket may show a section, row and seat numbers; however, these are for inventory purposes only, and do not reflect an actual seating location.

Please ensure that you carefully read the concert information screen before purchasing tickets. Any information about whether the tickets are General Admission (Standing Room Only) will be posted on this screen. Seating arrangements vary for each concert and there may or may not be seats of any kind available. Riverwind Casino does not guarantee seating for any concert that is sold as General Admission (Standing Room Only).

Additionally, please keep in mind that the Mezzanine section remains seated as usual.

As of Jan. 1, 2020, tickets purchased for all Riverwind Casino concerts will incur a $10 processing fee for each ticket. If the tickets are purchased at the Showplace Theatre Box Office and the buyer presents a Wild Card, $5 of the fee per ticket will be waived.

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