Around Edmond: Season Finale of Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd Saturday October 21
Original acts Adam Aguilar, Kyle Reid, and Tory Rae to perform at final event of 10th Season
Citizens Bank of Edmond will conclude its tenth season of Heard on Hurd on Saturday, October 21 from 6pm – 10pm in downtown Edmond. The monthly food truck event and concert series will be on Broadway, between 1st and Hurd.
“It is hard to believe the 10th season of Heard on Hurd is coming to a close,” said Jill Castilla, Citizens Bank of Edmond’s president and CEO and founder of Heard on Hurd. “It has been such a fantastic season with wonderful vendors and musicians. This also wouldn’t be possible without the support of the team at Citizens Bank and the Edmond community. We look forward to being back in 2024!”
Taking the Heard on Hurd stage this month will be:
- Tory Rae at 6:00PM, a Western Oklahoma-based Country artist with high energy and an edge, performing original songs with her band,
- Kyle Reid at 7:20PM, Norman-based Folk/Jazz singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer, and musical tech-nerd; playing songs from his newest album “Tin Can Gramophone” featuring instruments/amplifiers designed and built by Kyle himself,
- Adam Aguilar at 8:40PM, OKC-based blues/rock/soul singer, guitarist, and songwriter will close out the season with a bang.
The October 21st event will host more than 60 food trucks and pop-up shops.
Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Community Lobby will feature kids activities including photos with Jack and Sally Skellington from Disney’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Heard on Hurd was started by Citizens Bank to revitalize downtown Edmond, showcase Oklahoma’s homegrown talent and small businesses and provide sustainable support to the Edmond Public Schools Foundation. In its 10th season, the event has drawn almost 2 million attendees, resulting in more than $60 million in economic impact and a transformed downtown Edmond small business community. Heard on Hurd was named the Urban Land Institute’s “Best Community Building Effort” and is regularly recognized as one of the state’s favorite events. Stepping into the footsteps of the legendary H&8th food truck festival, Heard on Hurd is now both the nation’s largest monthly food truck event as well as America’s most popular monthly original music concert series.