SHED PLANNED: A rendering shows a new amphitheater to be developed by Notes Live in Oklahoma City. (BCA Studios)
Notes Live expanding footprint
Music venue and hospitality company Notes Live recently announced plans to construct a new outdoor amphitheater in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Notes Live signed a binding purchase and sale agreement for the land on the city’s west side. The Mustang Creek Crossing amphitheater will have a projected cap of 12,000. The venue is modeled after Note’s Live’s planned 8,000-cap Sunset Amphitheater in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and will feature 120 luxury firepit suites, a landscaped grass berm, traditional reserved seating and premium hospitality. The company hopes to break ground in early 2024 and have the outdoor amphitheater open in time for Summer 2025 tours.
Oklahoma Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell said in a statement: “I am thrilled about the partnership between Notes Live and Mustang Creek Crossing in bringing the Sunset Amphitheater to our great state. This state-of-the-art venue will not only enhance our entertainment landscape but will also serve as a catalyst for economic growth and tourism. With its capacity to host the largest touring acts in the country, the Sunset will draw music enthusiasts from far and wide. Oklahoma’s allure as a premier entertainment destination is growing stronger, and the Sunset Amphitheater will be a testament to our commitment to providing unforgettable moments for residents and visitors alike.”
Over the last 12 months, Notes Live, Inc. announced new music and entertainment complexes in Colorado Springs, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Tulsa, Oklahoma, Roanoke, Texas and Gainesville, Georgia, which just opened.
According to company founder JW Roth, Notes Live identifies and invests in markets with growing populations but a lack of high-quality music and entertainment venues by offering high-end concert and hospitality options. Notes Live has plans to operate in a dozen markets by 2026.