The 3C Concert Series promoting “Small Town Saturday Nights,” will continue Saturday, May 18 on 3rd Street and Chickasha Avenue. Folk-pop-rock band, Bandelier is set to take the stage for the second concert in the series. Chickasha Chamber of Commerce has partnered with the City of Chickasha, First National Bank & Trust and Chickasha Main Street Association to host this free, outdoor, family-friendly series. 

In addition to the music performance, the evening will include free face painting, a bounce house, yard games and food trucks beginning at 6 p.m. Bandelier is set to take the stage at 7 p.m.

“The first concert had a good turnout despite the rain,” said Cassandra Ersland with Chickasha Chamber of Commerce. “Feedback from community members who were able to attend has been very positive. We are excited and hopeful to have this concert outdoors so even more people will come out and experience this great event!” 

Bandelier is a folk-pop-rock band based out of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Their music encompasses the sound of the American Southwest. Bandelier mixes western folk with cinematic soundscapes to create their unique blend of folk, pop, and rock. 

Additional 3C Concerts this summer include Levi Parham on June 22, Beau Jennings and The Tigers on July 13, Travis Linville on Aug. 17, and Weston Horn & The Hush on Sept. 21.

For additional information about the 3C series, visit

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