The concert’s theme is “Way Out West” and will feature Jeffrey Smith on fiddle. The free performance will begin at 8pm at Guthrie Green, 111 E. Brady Street, in Tulsa.
On Tuesday, July 14, movie music will be the star of the show at Starlight’s free concert “Night at the Movies.” The performance begins at 8pm at Guthrie Green. “We’re playing some alltime favorite movie themes, including ‘Jurassic Park’, ‘Les Miserables’, ‘Star Wars’ and ‘Annie,’” said Artistic Director L. Dale Barnett. After intermission, a silent short movie will be screened accompanied by live theater organ music. The audience will enjoy the hijinks of Laurel and Hardy as two escaped convicts in “Liberty.”
Remaining 2015 concert dates are July 20 “Way Out West”, July 21 “Jazz Standards” and July 28 Tribute to Billy Strayhorn, “Duke’s Right-Hand Man.” Starlight’s concerts are ideal entertainment for the entire family. Guthrie Green offers free parking and is accessible to those with disabilities. Concessions will be available.
Guarantors for the 2015 season are the Oklahoma Arts Council and the Treeman Family Foundation in honor of Jeff Treeman. Other major sponsors include: Cedar Creek, Circle Cinema, Creative State, First Fidelity Bank, Guthrie Green, Liberty Press, National Endowment for the Arts, Public Radio Tulsa: KWGS/KWTU, Saied Music Company and The Jimmie & Helen Saied Foundation, Universal Combustion Corporation, The Charles & Marion Weber Foundation in memory of Dr. Charles E. and Marion L. Weber, and Will Rogers Rotary Club.
For more information, go online to www.starlightbands.net or call 918.798.STAR (7827). The public can also follow Starlight Bands on Facebook and Twitter.