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Midwest City
Convention & Visitors Bureau
7200 S.E. 29th Street
Midwest City, OK 73110
Located in the Oklahoma Travel Information Center
(405) 455-1818
 
Fall Favorites: Plaza Palooza   
 
Come out to Charles J. Johnson Central Park in Town Center Plaza every Thursday in September at 6:30 p.m. for Plaza Palooza! Plan a picnic or weekly outing because you won't want to miss these free, family-friendly concerts featuring an array of homegrown talent.

The Sept. 8 Plaza Palooza will feature classic rock and blues from The Blue Chair Band. Plus, hear from local alternative rock band NoiseBleedsSound on Sept. 15 and Oklahoma City singer/songwriter Goldie Lahr on Sept. 22. The concert series will end on Sept. 29 with Tulsa alternative pop rock band, FM Pilots.

Cruise in for Coffee!

Join us for Cruise in for Coffee on Saturday, Sept. 17! All car and motorcycle lovers are invited to attend this family-friendly social event. Cruise in for Coffee is held on the third Saturday of each month April through October from 8-11 a.m. in the Santa Fe Cattle Co. parking lot.

Plus, admission is free! Attendees will enjoy coffee, donuts and socializing. Meet new people and browse the large selection of cool cars including vintage rides, classic cruisers and even new whips. You won't want to miss one of the last events of the year! For more information check out their Facebook Page.
30th Annual Renaissance Run 5k!   

Don't miss out on the 30th Annual Renaissance Run 5k on Saturday, Sept. 17! 

The Renaissance Run began as a short distance event as a goal for people recovering from cardiac problems including heart attacks and open heart surgery. Over the years, the race has transformed into a family-friendly signature event that offers a lifestyle approach to health and fitness. The annual event draws seasoned runners in addition to casual walkers. The race concludes with a pancake breakfast at Alliance Health Midwest.