Tuesday Trivia: Win 2 tickets to see Michael Martin Murphey in OKC!

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Tuesday Trivia: June 4, 2019

Answer this Oklahoma trivia question to receive awesome prizes!

Test your Oklahoma knowledge and win prizes by answering our weekly Tuesday Trivia question. Email the correct answer to nathan.gunter@travelok.com. Every week, we’ll choose a winner from the correct respondents to receive a prize—from an Okie sticker to a subscription to Oklahoma Today and more.

This week's prize:

The winner of this week's Tuesday Trivia contest will receive one pair of tickets to see Michael Martin Murphey perform at Oklahoma City's iconic Tower Theater (tickets available at the link). The artist behind such iconic country hits as "Wildfire," "What's Forever For," and "Don't Count the Rainy Days" will bring his unique cowboy sound to Uptown 23rd this Friday, June 7, and you can be there! Just answer the question below:

This week's question:

"Morning Briefing," oil on Masonite mounted on stretcher bars, by Tim Cox

"Morning Briefing," oil on Masonite mounted on stretcher bars, by Tim Cox

What Oklahoma museum hosts the Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition & Sale every summer? (P.S., it opens this weekend!)

**THE ANSWER: The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Congratulations to our winner, Shelly Scovill! **

Email your answer to nathan.gunter@travelok.com to win!

Get There:
Tower Theatre 425 NW 23rd Oklahoma City, OK 73103 or TravelOK.com
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Nate is an enthusiastic runner and cyclist and frequently can be seen making his way by foot or pedal through Oklahoma City streets. When not working, Nate is reading, writing, watching movies, playing video games, working in his garden, attending concerts, or taking off on road trips.

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