Where did the week go?

Seriously….time has flown by this week!  Are you ready to dance into the weekend homies?

L is in the BIG D for a minute and will be missing out on all the OKC fun we will be having this weekend!


Begins at 7pm…Food Trucks and Live Music!  What else do you need?  The food truck line up is HUGE!  You can check it out here or see our review from last year here!

Saturday…..Sandridge Energy Stars & Stripes River Festival!

This Fourth of July themed festival on Saturday, June 28 features the RIVERSPORT Challenge 500-meter kayak/5k run duathlon and the Stars & Stripes Regatta featuring masters racing. Corporate rowing and Dragon Boat League racing takes place under the lights at the OGE NightSprints, as does Paddle for the Cure, a fun dragon boat competition benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure Central & Western Oklahoma Affiliate. If you’re not signed up to race, come enjoy the free family festival, try out all the exciting attractions while you listen to music and watch the spectacular American Energy Partners fireworks show at the end of the night!  Need to see the schedule of events?  Check it here!

Not into Food Trucks or the OKC River…Check out OKC Fest!

Oklahoma’s Premiere Outdoor Music Festival – A Celebration of Oklahoma City and all it offers with music, food and fun!

Friday, June 27th - Dierks Bentley, Merle Haggard, Josh Abbott Band, and Casey Donahew Band

Friday Night Set Times

Jaida Dreyer – 5:00pm

Casey Donahew Band – 5:50pm

Josh Abbott Band – 7:10pm

Merle Haggard- 8:30pm

Dierks Bentley – 10:00pm

Saturday, June 28th – Lady Antebellum, Scotty McCreery, Randy Rogers Band, and Kix Brooks

All Tickets are General Admission (STANDING ROOM – NO SEATS)
NO lawn chairs, blankets or coolers will be allowed into the venue
Gates Open at 4PM with music starting at 5PM both days!

Homies….go out and take part in some of OKC’s impressive events!



3 Days… to achieve EPIC

Hey O HoMies!

Happy Friday….


chris farley

Show us your Friday dance!!!!


Here is the deal homies…. you have 2.5 more days to be EPIC, do something EPIC, create something EPIC… just do it…



Because … its officially Summer this weekend and why not!!!!

S is in New Orleans with our homie A this weekend being epic!

Need help with your journey? Here are some ideas to get you started from your favorite oklahomies!


Feeling Blue? Not the sad kind.. the festival kind! This weekend is the Bricktown Blues & BBQ Festival Fri. – 3pm, Sat. – 1pm, corner of Sheridan and Oklahoma Ave., and its our favorite price…. Free. Head out for some solid food, wicked music and who knows what else you might see!

bricktown bbq

If blues isn’t your thing… but ladies with some amazing moves is…OKC’s burlesque community is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the inaugural burlesque festival by having another one. Performers from across the lower 48 states are converging on our state capital to burlesque. Second Annual Oklahoma City Burlesque Festival Fri. & Sat. – 7:30pm, Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center, 3000 General Pershing Blvd., $25 and up 

Or if Like your ladies a little rougher…but still just as wonderful :) Check out the Roller Derby Girls this Saturday…



If you are going for a little more … culture this weekend… how about Jazz in June? held ever year in Norman.. if you haven’t been you are missing out. A few things to remember: Bring your lawn chairs. Port-a-potties will be available. No smoking in Andrews Park (Saturday concert). Official Jazz in June T-shirts and koozies will be available for purchase. Drop some cash in the buckets. And enjoy – the show will go on, rain or shine!

and Last but not least… You can check out Oklahoma Shakespeare in the Park at the Myriad Botanical Gardens! Details for that radness are *here*


So homies.. have a great weekend and we will be back next week!


100% Local Grass-Fed Beef Time!

Hello Local Homies!

Have you heard of Patty Wagon Burgers?!?!


L and I decided to hit them up on Friday and we are here to tell you that these guys make one super legit burger!


Patty Wagon is the place to go for a delicious cooked to order burger, and super fresh hand-cut fries!


They are located at 36th and May in what we think looks like an old Whataburger…but believe us when we say that this place is nothing like Whataburger…they have only local, farm raised, hormone and antibiotic free beef patties served on these ridiculously delish sweet sourdough buns!

I went for the mushroom and swiss….L went for the classic blue cheese and bacon…both were so seriously scrumptious that I could not even stop to take a pic for L!


We don’t know the details…but they have a wicked little wagon parked outside that we are assuming is for food truck events so you can possibly find them outside sometime!

We are without question recommending to our homies that they go check them out pronto!