In preparation for 2022, Paycom Center has taken measures to ensure the safety and enjoyment of your visit. The center’s advanced safety techniques are consistent with those utilized in over 300 venues across the nation. These COVID-19 protocols have been put in place to give visitors confidence in their safety while at Paycom Center.
Check out some of the amazing events and entertainment coming in 2022
Jeff Dunham at Paycom Center?
Jeff Dunham and his familiar cast of characters are coming to Oklahoma City on Jan. 27 as part of his new set Seriously? After more than 12 years of performing as the world’s most popular ventriloquist, he has made an addition to his repertoire: Larry the presidential adviser. With his anxious, cautious tone, Larry offers his own perspective on working in the White House. You’ll also see fan favorites such as
Peanut, José Jalapeño on a Stick, Walter, Bubba J and Achmed the Dead Terrorist.
Elton John’s Farewell Tour
Originally scheduled for July 2020, Paycom Center hosts the last chance to see Elton John live in Oklahoma City with the arrival of his farewell tour, Farewell Yellow Brick Road, on Jan. 30. Tickets are on sale now. Fans can expect to hear favorite hits from his long and storied career, including “Bennie and the Jets,” “Tiny Dancer” and “Rocket Man,” as well as his critically acclaimed ballad “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.”
WWE SmackDown Back in Oklahoma City
The WWE returns to Oklahoma City on Feb. 4 for the first time in eight years. WWE fans won’t want to miss this event featuring Raw superstar Seth “Freakin” Rollins. Roman Reigns will also face off against the Viking Raiders in this action-packed show. Charlotte Flair, who currently holds the WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship, will also be in attendance, along with other fan favorites like Kofi Kingston, Naomi and Happy Corbin.
The OKC Thunder Lineup
The Oklahoma City Thunder have a packed schedule as they head into the final stretch of the 2021-22 NBA regular season. They face off against the Indiana Pacers on Jan. 28, giving them their first chance for revenge after last year’s loss. On Jan. 31, fans will watch them battle the Portland Trailblazers. February is packed with opportunities to watch as well, with the Thunder up against the Golden State Warriors on Feb. 7, the Toronto Raptors on Feb. 9, the Spurs on Feb. 16 and the Suns on Feb. 24.
Minor League’s Major Events
The Thunder-affiliated Oklahoma City Blue minor league team also has a full schedule for the coming month. They face off against the South Bay Lakers on Jan. 31, the Agua Caliente Clippers on Feb. 7, the Sioux Falls Skyforce on both Feb. 9 and Feb. 23, the Birmingham Squadron on Feb. 16, and the Austin Spurs on Feb. 28.
For Thunder games and for the immediate future, all employees will be required to wear masks. Staff will also have daily temperature checks to prevent sick employees from working. Hand sanitizer stations have been placed in high-traffic areas that are readily accessible to all visitors. Paycom Center has also taken steps to digitize many of its processes, with paper tickets beginning to be phased out in favor of a mobile system and cash no longer being accepted in the venue.
Come celebrate getting back to normal and enjoy the world-class entertainment provided at Paycom Center in downtown Oklahoma City!