Around Edmond: Season Finale of Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd this Saturday October 15th
Audio Book Club, Tanner Fields and Elizabeth Speegle to perform on stage
Citizens Bank of Edmond will conclude its ninth season of Heard on Hurd on Saturday, October 15 from 6pm – 10pm in downtown Edmond. At the intersection of Broadway and Hurd attendees can enjoy live music and a variety of food trucks and pop-up shops.
“It is hard to believe this Heard on Hurd season is coming to an end,” said Jill Castilla, Citizens Bank of Edmond’s president and CEO. “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 2023 to celebrate the tenth season of Heard on Hurd!”
The Heard on Hurd stage will feature Elizabeth Speegle at 6pm with her jazz-laced fusion of pop, funk and soul. At 7:20pm, Edmond-born musician, Tanner Fields will take the stage. Headlining the final event is Audio Book Club, a five-piece band out of Oklahoma City who is full of energy and 80’s nostalgia mixed with modern rock music. Audio Book Club will take the stage at 8:40pm.
In the Community Lobby at Citizens Bank of Edmond, attendees can meet and take photos with Maui and Moana from the Disney movie, Moana and learn Japanese calligraphy and Origami with the Japan Outreach Initiative from UCO.
The featured nonprofit is the Alzheimer’s Association – Oklahoma Chapter, who will have yard games for attendees to enjoy and will also be sharing about their upcoming Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Oct. 22. They will be set up to the right of the Heard on Hurd stage.
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