win tickets at the Criterion

NonDoc is proud to provide advertising to the Criterion, a dynamic event space in Bricktown that has helped fill a void in Oklahoma City’s music scene.

Now, we are excited to offer our readers the chance to win free tickets to some of the Criterion’s upcoming October shows:

Oct. 1 — Porter Robinson & Madeon

Producer-turned-performer Porter Robinson will bring his brand of electro-house to open the Criterion’s October line-up. He’ll be joined by the 22-year-old Frenchman, Madeon. Their collaboration track above was posted Aug. 11 and already has 1.1 million views.

Oct. 2 — ScHoolboy Q

Although born in Germany, ScHoolboy Q has leveraged his South L.A. youth into a career making hits with the likes of Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz. His current tour is in support of his Blank Face album, which features Yeezy on THat Part, which was released in June and has 69 million views.

Oct. 4 — The Head and the Heart

If house and hip hop aren’t your go-to live shows, Seattle’s indie-folk act The Head and the Heart will bring their brand of nostalgia-tinged Americana to the home of red dirt music. Their latest album, Signs of Light, dropped Sept. 9 on Warner Bros.

Oct. 5 — Make America Rock Again (featuring Trapt, Saliva, Saving Abel, Alien Ant Farm and more)

Did you miss Rocklahoma back in the summer? Well here’s your chance to make up for it. Take a trip down music’s memory lane as some of modern rock radio’s most recognizable acts churn hordes of pogoing fans into a moshing mass.

Wanna go? Do us one small favor …

You only have to do two simple things to secure your chance to win two tickets to one of the shows above, all while supporting NonDoc at the same time:

  1. Subscribe to NonDoc’s YouTube channel, and
  2. Sign up to be on NonDoc’s weekly email newsletter.

Once we can confirm you’ve successfully completed both tasks, we will enter you into a drawing for the tickets of your choice. Winners will be selected Tuesday, Sept. 27, and notified via the email used to subscribe to NonDoc’s newsletter.

For more information, visit The Criterion online or email

Good luck!