In the weeks leading up to the 25th anniversary of the bombing of the Alfred P Murrah building, we remember the impact that the tragedy had on the city in many different ways.
In every society, tragedy, evil, death, and loss are recognized in many different ways. In Oklahoma City, we have a beautiful way of balancing the solemn remembrance of what happened to our citizens, with a healthy boost of hope and gratitude for all of the support we have given and received both 25 years ago, and still today.
We are so fortunate that we have local organizations that continue to include everyone from survivors, families of victims, first responders, volunteers, and media in the anniversary celebrations.
From musical, theatrical, and dramatic performances or special museum exhibits; to athletic events like the OKC Memorial Marathon, and inspired ballet performance, we have options for many preferred styles of reflection and healing.
Please join us for these upcoming events dedicated to the remembrance of the attack that changed our city forever.
Spectrum of Harmonies
In this performance, 200 singers and the Oklahoma City University Symphony Orchestra come together in a lyrical reflection of hope.
The Crime, The Trial, The Response
The Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA) remembers the Oklahoma City Bombing in an educational, historical reenactment trial of Timothy McVeigh.
The Oklahoma City Project
Created by playwright, Ruth Charnay, this production shares the experiences of survivors, first responders and family members of those lost.
Artistic Director Robert Mills reveals a new work that serves as a remembrance and celebration of a community coming together.
Join families, survivors, first responders, and the community as 168 seconds of silence are observed, honoring the 168 lives lost.
Thunder Free Days
Oklahoma City Thunder is providing free admission to the memorial and museum for visitors on the 25th of each month.
Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon
The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon serves as a tribute to those killed, those who survived, and those changed forever.