99.7 Hank FM Oklahoma's Home for the Legends of Country is proud to partner up with the Legendary Rodeo Opry in the Historic Stockyards.
Hank FM is Now the New Home for Oklahoma's "Official Country Music Show" starting January 28th listen weekly to the "Rodeo Opry" on 99.7 Hank FM Sundays 6pm-8pm also streaming live at CrankHank.com or on the 99.7 Hank FM App!
Oklahoma’s “Official Country Music Show” is celebrating its 36th year of providing the best in spectacular live weekly entertainment. Located in the Rodeo Opry Theater in the heart of the historic stockyards district near downtown Oklahoma City, Saturday night performances feature new talent from around the state, veterans of the Opry stage, and Opry stars who have come home to perform.
Centennial Rodeo Opry Theater in Stockyards City
2221 Exchange Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Your Night at the Opry
Getting there: Exit I-40 at Agnew Street. Take Agnew south to Exchange Ave. Turn left on Exchange and the Opry Theater is on the north side of the street.
Parking: Street parking with additional parking available at UMB Bank on the corner of Exchange & Agnew. Free.
Seating: Saturday night Showcase Series shows are reserved seating. Capacity 250.
Box office and will-call: Open at 6pm for will-call and walk-up tickets.
Concessions: Soft drinks, popcorn and various snacks are available.
History of the Rodeo Opry
The Centennial Rodeo Opry grew from a love of music and a love of family, and has become an important part of Oklahoma’s musical culture and history. Starting as a backyard gathering of family and friends who loved to play and sing country music, the Opry was formed and grew under the guidance of Granville “Grant” Leftwich (1929 – 2006). Starting at the OKC National Guard Armory as a family-oriented country show, the “Oklahoma Opry” was officially launched in 1977 in the renovated theater once called “Knob Hill” located in the Capitol Hill district of Oklahoma City. Later, moving into the historic Stockyard City in 2002, the Rodeo Opry found its new name and new home in the Rodeo Theater where it now thrives. Weekly Saturday night shows introduce talented new performers who share the stage with special guests, OKC favorites, and the professional Opry house band in a family-friendly, live music show proclaimed “Oklahoma’s Official Country Music Show.”