Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd to Kick Off on Saturday March 19

Swim Fan, Chelsea Days and Isaac McClung to perform at season opener

Citizens Bank of Edmond’s Heard on Hurd street festival will return for the 2022 season on Saturday, March 19, at the corner of Broadway and Hurd in downtown Edmond. Attendees will enjoy live, local music, and a variety of food trucks and pop-up shops from 6-10 p.m.

As well, you can start enjoying the festivities early from 4-6 pm at the Edmond Railyard, on 1st Street just west of Broadway in Downtown Edmond!

This month’s event will kick-off the first full season of Heard on Hurd following the COVID-19 pandemic. Heard on Hurd is planned for every third Saturday from March through October.

“We are thrilled to be back for another season of Heard on Hurd,” said Jill Castilla, Citizens Bank of Edmond president and CEO. “This event truly showcases what a wonderful and supportive community Edmond is and we cannot wait to welcome everyone to Heard on Hurd this Saturday.”

For the season opener, attendees can come check out folk singer-songwriter Isaac McClung at 6pm, American alternative band Chelsea Days at 7pm and headlining band Swim Fan at 8pm.

New this season, Heard First is the official Heard on Hurd pre-party taking place from 4-6pm on First Street in the Railyard in downtown Edmond. This morning before exploring the pop-up shops, food trucks and live music at Heard on Hurd, you can enjoy live music from the School of Rock.

The March featured non-profit is Edmond Public Schools Foundation.

Food enthusiasts will be able to enjoy food from Taste of Africa, Tasty Snow, Jamaican Thunder, Biggsys BBQ Shack, Mitchell’s Pizzeria, Big Daddy’s Burger Shack, Metro Minis, Bondi Bowls, Murphy’s Cookshack, Psycho Taco, Wicked Hangry, Dos Gringos Cabana, Oak City Pizza Co, Blue J’s Rollin’ Grill, Afonso’s Smoked BBQ, Lalo’s Taco Chop, Daisy-Mae’s Ice Creamery, Split Top Dogs, Let’s Do Greek, Big Biang Theory, The Coffee Jar, Barbells and BBQ, Some Like it Tot, Kona Ice, Yum Yum Bites, Jola’s Kitchen, The Brown’s Kitchen, The Baked Bear, Wicked Wings & Things, Kettle Popstars and HTeaO. 

“We’re that Heard on Hurd vendors are unique and offer a wide range of styles and cuisines for our attendees. We hope to continue to offer something new throughout the season so be sure to stay up-to-date on social media to see who’s coming each month,” added Lindsey Ogan, Chief Growth Officer at Citizens Bank of Edmond.

In addition to enjoying and shopping at the local downtown Edmond shops, attendees can also enjoy pop-up shops including Sew Much To Do, Puppy Paws Hotel and Spa, CleoElaine, Bison Creek Clothing, Bookish, Cuttingedge Puzzles, David’s Smok’n BBQ Sauce, Dear Reverie, Lucky Lulu, Shop Rosemary Boutique, The Pear Boutique, The Plant Dudes, Too Cute Things, Scars and Stripes Coffee, Hitch by Billie, South Hazel Clay, Dallas Designs, Fort Fastiggi Designs, Sha’s Nursery, Felicia’s Country Corner, ModernGlitz Boutique, Cyndy’s Creative Designs, Vesta Foundation Solutions, Kaleidoscope Arts and Indigo Skies.

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