The University of Oklahoma’s Black Student Association and National Pan-Hellenic Council are excited to announce OU’s 37th annual Stompdown step show.
Stompdown is an annual event that allows Greek organizations from all over the country to showcase the rich history of Black culture on our campus and many others through step while getting the opportunity to win $3,000 for their chapter! This years theme is "Live at the ApollOU". Harlem's world famous theater, built in 1914, was previously a venue for only white entertainers. 1934 is the year African American entertainers were allowed to illustrate their talents in the heart of Harlem. Till this day a plethora of African American entertainers have made their claim to fame in this historically hall, including but not limited to Louis Armstrong, Mahalia Jackson, Duke Ellington, Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Patti LaBelle, Mariah Carey, Lauryn Hill and many more! Embody your favorite musician/artist and please help The University of Oklahoma' BSA and NPHC in welcoming this years Stompdown 2019 "Live at the ApollOU".