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Steve Miller Band, Eddie Money and 38 Special coming to Lost Lakes

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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Lost Lakes Entertainment Complex, located at 3501 NE 10th Street, will host the 30th Annual KRXO (104.5 FM) Birthday Bash with legendary music icons The Steve Miller Band, singer/songwriter Eddie Money and Southern rock band 38 Special on Sunday, September 17.

A Beach Party will kick off the festivities from 12 - 5 p.m. featuring live music, KRXO personalities, the X-Treme Waterslide, food trucks and beach bar. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for the KRXO Birthday Bash Concert opening with 38 Special at 6:30 p.m., followed by Eddie Money and The Steve Miller Band.

General admission and VIP tickets ($52.50 - $125) can be purchased online at,, or at Buy for Less, Uptown Grocery Co., Smart Saver, and Super Mercado locations.  VIP tickets include a reserved seat and private bar area access. No coolers or chairs allowed.

Popular local food trucks will offer favorite noshes and drinks, including beer, wine and other adult beverages.

Located on 850 + acres, and just 5 minutes from downtown Oklahoma City, the Lost Lakes Amphitheater has a capacity of up to 7,000 music lovers, who will enjoy The Steve Miller Band, Eddie Money and 38 Special, as well as future events headlining well known titans of the music industry – all performing by the water’s edge.  

In addition to the Lost Lakes Amphitheater, the complex offers one of the most extreme waterslides in the Midwest. Lost Lakes includes a world class Wakeboard Park, a beach bar, a music complex featuring festival grounds, plus a beach side stage – all in a unique water side setting where music is delivered to Oklahoma City like never before.

“Lost Lakes is an amazing outdoor venue bringing quality, iconic entertainment like The Steve Miller Band, Eddie Money and 38 Special to Oklahoma City on September 17,” said Billy Coyle, attorney and PM Group partner for the Steve Miller concert. “The complex offers outstanding outdoor water activities for the entire family. Lost Lakes is a great addition to Oklahoma City’s entertainment scene featuring wakeboarding, waterskiing, kneeboarding, wakeskating or just lounging on the beach with a cold drink.”

Open May through October, Lost Lakes is the home of Wake Zone, where guests can wakeboard, waterski or kneeboard without a boat. Lost Lakes is a blast for water sports enthusiasts from beginners to advanced in experience. 

An All-Day Waterslide Pass is $20, which includes beach access and amenities such as the beach stage, live and recorded music, a full-service bar, food trucks, and kayaks. Group rates are available.

People of all ages can enjoy the beach access for only $10. Kids under 7 and seniors are admitted for free. Military and First Responders are eligible for 50 percent off tickets (available at the box office only). The $10 parking charge can be applied to the Slide pass or any other activity purchase.

Lost Lakes also offers Hydro Boarding, Kids Bungee Jumps, and Mud Volleyball.  Events include the KATT’s (100.5 FM) Haunted Forest which takes place in late September through Halloween, and the annual Rugged Maniac 5K Obstacle Race & Mud Run sponsored by billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban - returning May 2018.

Other park features to be added include horseback riding; zip lines; a floating bar; a floating flash pad featuring trampolines, slides and obstacle courses; archery tag; an 18 hole Frisbee golf course; and a different kind of camping called “Glamping” – or glamorous camping in private cabins or teepees that will be available year-round.

The Lost Lakes Complex has been host to programs for inner city kids including the Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma County and is available for birthday parties, weddings, reunions, graduations, corporate events, and more.

To purchase Steve Miller Band concert tickets, visit On Saturday, September 23 Excision will perform featuring The Paradox with Boombox Cartel and Dion Timmer.

For more information call 405-702-4040 or 405-364-3700.

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