The last Friday of the month, March 28th, H&8th will gear up for another season of outdoor come with. This modernized, recently revived brief corridor of Downtown OKC hatches live musical entertainment of various genres, fresh and prepared foods, local goods and plenty of space to hang out, so come with.
People will come and bring friends, dates, meet a date find others.... all ages. Youngest set out early. Families with all ages of youth and kids... and grands... out and about early. This group mixed with the downtown office ppl leaving work is typically first.
As the evening progresses, the crowd turns and there are more singles and couples... it is an increasingly young adult adult environment. After, Ludivine hatches a dance scene indoors with a DJ, which is typically young adult.
This open air community gathering provides a wide variety of activity. There is much space to stretch out or cluster as the crowd wishes. Drink, nosh, talk, shop. (Rinse, repeat).
Last year, this district hatched this new option, which had appeal to all ages, seemingly in shifts.
The H&8th hasn't yet released the food truck celebrity provider list, nor the music schedule just yet. FYI, they often pop a few surprises right up to the hours of the event, which is great fun and merely expands the whole flexibility that comes with this function.
Follow along on .@h_&_8th or http://h8thokc.com/ for the very best updates.
Looks like they are currently encouraging applicants for food trucks at this time.
Parking is always the question that comes back to this writer. There has historically been a good bit of parking to the WEST of the venue. Also, to the North of the venue. North, there were many empty lots last Fall, which are now under construction ( across 10th street Hudson/Harvey). Some piled with dirt for construction,but some are still open. With Spring rains, the integrity of an open field may be sketchy, so just keep track of that. Lot owners don't seem to question off street parking.