Eggs, Drinks & Rock ‘n’ Roll is one party to go “over easy”

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The 32nd Annual Omelette Party, on March 4, benefits the Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Eggs, Drinks & Rock ‘n’ Roll is one party that ought to go “over easy”

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – Guests are invited to gather their groupies and practice their air guitar in preparation for this year’s Omelette Party. The event, with a theme of “Eggs, Drinks & Rock ‘n’ Roll,” happens on Friday, March 4 from 7 p.m. to midnight.

Chaired by Matt Tipton and Suzanne Thomas, the event will again be held at the Chevy Bricktown Events Center and feature gourmet egg dishes and, of course, omelettes prepared by local favorites such as Chef Ryan Parrott from Picasso Cafe, Chef Tom Lienke from the Golf Club Diner at Lake Hefner and the Museum Cafe’s own Chef Henry Boudreaux. Live music from The Stars and DJ Brian Smith with Chameleon Entertainment, an eclectic art raffle with works from more than 50 local artists and an open bar are all part of the fun.

“I’m proud to be part of an event with an incredibly rich history that raises money for a great cause,” said Thomas. “This event is 32 years strong, but this year, we have an eggcellent theme that’s never been done before. We love the fact that rock music transcends generations and means something different to everyone. For us, this was the perfect blend of old and new. For those about to rock, we salute you.”

Tipton added, “Every dollar raised through this event helps the Museum grow its permanent collection, provide engaging programming and bring great exhibitions to Oklahoma City. Through events like the Omelette Party, we can continue to help fund exhibitions like the incredible ‘Matisse in His Time’ exhibition coming to Oklahoma City in June.”

Tickets are $100 for Museum members and $125 for non-members and must be purchased in advance, online at or by calling (405) 236-3100 ext. 237. Rock star dress is encouraged. Guests must be 21 years or older to attend. All proceeds benefit the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.

2016 Chefs and Restaurants
Brown Egg Bakery
Culinary Miracles/Chef’s Requested Foods
Ember Modern American Tavern
Empire Slice House
Fassler Hall/Dust Bowl OKC
Frank Newcomb of Necomb’s T-Shirts & Promos
Holey Rollers Donuts & Pastries
Kaiser’s Bistro
Chef Tom Lienke, The Golf Club Diner at Lake Hefner
La Oaxaquena Bakery
Museum Cafe, Chef Henry Boudreaux
PaceButler Corporation, Chef Michael Haddad
Paseo Grill
Chef Ryan Parrott with Picasso Cafe
The Prairie Gypsies
Prairie Thunder Baking Company

2016 Artists
Charlie Amis
Jennifer Allen Barron
Randall Barnes
Rick Bewley
Tracey Bewley
Andy Boatman
Bryan Boone
Jennifer Brown
Tammy Brummell
Annalisa Campbell
Diane Coady
Kjelshus Collins
Gayle Curry
Sarah Day Short
Denise Duong
Marcus Eakers
Emily Fiaccone
Dan Garrett
Dennis Johnson
Michelle Junkin
Kris Kanaly
Jim Keffer
Marvin Lee
Jessica Legako
Harolyn Long
Rebecca Lowber-Collins
Emily Madden
Cindy Mason
Rory McAllister
Michelle Metcalfe
Stacey Miller
Nicole Moan
Regina Murphy
Don Narcomey
Mary Nickell
George Oswalt
Miguel Papagayo
Mukesh Patel
Suzanne Peck
Collin Rosebrook
Ernesto Sanchez
Klint Schor
Bert Seabourn
Clarissa Sharp
Angela Slack
Joe Slack
Behnaz Sohrabian
Kevin Stark
Clint Stone
Bill Struby
Suzanne Thomas
George Wilson
John Wolfe
Chad Woolbright

About the Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art serves over 135,000 visitors annually from all 50 states and over 30 foreign countries and presents exhibitions drawn from throughout the world. The Museum’s collection covers a period of five centuries with highlights in European and American art from the 19th and 20th centuries, a growing collection of contemporary art, and a comprehensive collection of glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly. The Museum boasts the region’s premiere repertory cinema, which screens the finest international, independent and classic films, and is home to the Museum School, which offers classes for students of all ages as well as art camps for children. Amenities include the Museum Store, a roof terrace and the Museum Cafe, a full-service restaurant, offering lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch, afternoon tea, a full bar and catering services. For more information, visit

– (published January 28, 2016)

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