The Centennial Rodeo Opry
The Centennial Rodeo Opry, Oklahoma's official country music show, has been providing the best in spectacular, family-friendly entertainment every Saturday night for nearly four decades. Originally known as the Oklahoma Opry, the show relocated to the Stockyards District of Oklahoma City in 2004 into the historic Rodeo Theatre where it became an official centennial project and renamed the Centennial Rodeo Opry. Saturday night performances feature new talent from around the state, veterans of the Opry stage and stars who have come home to perform.
Many Rodeo Opry shows are taped for TV and air on KSBI TV 52. Come be part of the live studio audience and enjoy a great night of music and fun. The Centennial Rodeo Opry in Oklahoma City is where country music stars Bryan White, Katrina Elam and Cody Canada of Cross-Canadian Ragweed got their start and legends Wanda Jackson, Byron Berline, Reba McEntire, Kitty Wells and Jim Ed Brown have performed. You never know who you'll catch at the Rodeo Opry, but you can always count on it being a top-notch, quality show with the best musicians, artists and stars of tomorrow.