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Saturday, October 14th, 2017
7:00 PM
Join us for a night of fun and music at The Patriarch in downtown Edmond on Saturday October 14th! The music will kick off at 8pm. The Rolled Up food truck will be serving delicious tacos and sandwiches and intrude the Patriarch offers 48 taps of craft beer for your enjoyment. FREE SHOW, 21+ to enter.

About The Patriarch:

9 E Edwards St
Edmond, OK 73034

The Patriarch is a 3-story house in Edmond, OK built in 1903 by William M. Hunt, who moved to Edmond in 1901 and was involved in the start of Citizens Bank of Edmond. Today this property, known as 'The Hunt House' by the local community, has been gentrified and restored to facilitate an All-American craft beer bar, with 48 taps flowing with the finest local & national breweries' ales, lagers, saisons, blondes, wheats, stouts, sours, & more. The house has kept its 110+ year-old charm in its conversion to a public space, while the yard is being completely transformed into the best patio in the metro, complete with a permanent food truck port, outdoor restrooms, a walk-up window to order your next beer, and several of the finest outdoor games to enjoy along with your hand-crafted glass of liquid-America!

About Rolled Up:

Rolled Up is run by a real neat husband and wife team that shares a love of cooking up tasty grub for the communities of Guthrie. With an emphasis on amazing flavors, they have put a creative BBQ twist on a classic street staple: burritos. They present to you a selection of wraps crafted with flavored tortillas, low-smoked meats (you can taste the savory flames), fresh veggies, and of course, a heap of their famous trailer-made slaws. They wrap it all up into a wonderful bundle of flavors that delivers deliciousness in each and every bite. Their crowd-pleasing offerings also include BBQ Pork Nachos and Mac n’ Cheese, and vegan and gluten-free specialties too. Next time you have a hankering for food that rocks your taste buds, well then you gotta invite Rolled Up to your next big shindig!

About Joel T. Mosman & Oklahoma Uprising:

Oklahoma Uprising is a roots rock band led by Oklahoma songwriter Joel T. Mosman. Their songs cover themes from comeuppance to community, and other issues by way of allegorical storytelling. Oklahoma Uprising is a musical movement for our Oklahoma.

Mosman and Oklahoma Uprising have 10 years performance experience at venues like The Blue Note, The Deli, The Wormy Dog, and many theaters and festivals like Woody Guthrie Folk Festival, Red Brick Nights, Norman Music Festival, and the Paseo Arts Festival. Mosman has also appeared for TV and radio performances for the Rise & Shine Morning Show on Freedom 43, Grounded Sounds Podcast, Oklahoma Rodeo Opry, KUSH 1600AM, Lakes Country 102.1FM, and The WAFTI show. Mosman and his band have supported bands including Arlo Guthrie, The Damn Quails, Travis Linville, The Red Dirt Rangers, Edgar Cruz, The Dirty River Boys, Frontier Ruckus, and Carrie Nation and the Speakeasy. Mosman’s song “Letter To Woody” won 2nd place in the 2017 Woody Guthrie Songwriting Contest. Mosman and his band have also had songs featured on various radio shows and blogs including The Oklahoma Rock Show on KOSU, Cellar Door Music Group “Singles Grab Bag”, and Nathan Poppe’s Middle Of Nowhere blog in The Oklahoman.