Lucas Ross and the Sugar Free Allstars

Part of The McKnight Center Family Series

Our new Family Series invites our youngest patrons to join us in the theater for a fun time filled with music and laughter. All ages are welcome to wiggle, dance, and sing along in the audience!

This concert will be presented in a socially distanced format. Seating is sold in pods of 1, 2, 3 or 4 tickets, with 6 feet of space between each seating pod. Larger seating pods are available upon request and are only for families and groups who have been sheltering together. Please contact the Box Office to request a larger pod. Requests must be made at least 72 hours prior to showtime.

Lucas Ross is an actor/comedian from Minco, Oklahoma, who uses his trusty banjo to tell silly stories. He has opened for “Weird Al” Yankovic, Béla Fleck, and others, and appeared alongside Kermit the Frog at the American Banjo Museum.

The Sugar Free Allstars are a family funk super duo from Oklahoma City and they have been listed as one of Time Magazine’s top 12 family music acts in America. They bring a high energy, rock show-dance party experience to the stage that will have the entire family movin’ and groovin’! Their original songs like “Monster Truck” and “Grumpopotamus” blend soul, rhythm and blues, and disco to create fun lyrics and sounds that kids (and adults!) will love.

See both of these great performers in one silly, singing, afternoon concert!
Tickets
All tickets to this event are $7.50.

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Event Details
Date | Saturday, May 1, 2021
Time | 3:00 p.m.
Venue | Performance Hall
 
About the Artists
   

Lucas Ross is a 5-time local Emmy Award-winner as well as a winner of a national Emmy for on-air performance. He currently appears as a comic relief on Oklahoma City’s NBC affiliate KFOR-TV. Lucas has appeared in feature films, as well as nationally on SyFy and Nat Geo networks. He is a Deering Banjo artist and as released three bluegrass-comedy albums. When he’s not making TV, Lucas can be found at the American Banjo Museum in Bricktown, OKC, as their Community Outreach and Promotions Coordinator, where he develops educational program and teaches their award winning “Pick-a-Tune” class. Learn more about Lucas here.

Chris “Boom!” Wiser (lead vocals, keyboards, woodwinds) and Rob “Dr. Rock” Martin (drums, backing vocals) first met as music majors at Southwestern Oklahoma State University where both were members of the school’s top jazz ensemble. They joined forces in 2001 as Sugar Free Allstars and have since developed into the bowtie-clad two-piece groove machine beloved by families across the country. They have been mentioned in Time, People, and Parents magazines and have multiple #1 hits on SiriusXM radio’s Kid’s Place Live. One of theirs songs was included on the compilation album “All About Bullies Big and Small” which won the 2011 Grammy for Best Children’s Album. Learn more about the Sugar Free Allstars here.