On a September Saturday when two of the three state major college football teams were playing home games, one might expect a few empty seats inside Tulsa’s BOK Center for a concert, but that wasn’t the case. A capacity crowd welcomed country singer Chris Young with opening acts Kane Brown and Australia native Morgan Evans. Young, who won the 2006 “Nashville Star” reality competition on USA Network is touring in support of his latest album, “Losing Sleep.” Continue reading
(Tulsa) September 6 – On this day in 2008, the legendary band, Eagles, played the first concert at BOK Center in front of a sold-out crowd. Since then, over 7.2 million fans have converged on Downtown Tulsa for 516 total concerts and family shows and more than 700 sporting events.
As a result, downtown Tulsa has seen an influx of new energy and an infusion of upwards of $1 billion in private development. BOK Center has emerged as one of the top concert destinations in the country and has been ranked as a top 20 arena for concert ticket sales every year since 2008. Continue reading
Bryan Bennett, chef and manager of the Back Street Food Truck, is the South Central Region Winner in the 2018 Neighborhood to Nation™ Recipe Contest from General Mills Foodservice.
General Mills officials will visit Broken Arrow Wednesday, Aug. 15 to showcase Back Street and celebrate Bennett’s award-winning recipe with an event the community is invited to attend. Continue reading
Comments overheard inside the BOK Center at Wednesday night’s Imagine Dragons concert included, “when I first heard their name, I thought they were like Sesame Street Live,” and “I didn’t know much about them, but my seven year-old knows the words to all their songs.” Imagine Dragons performs skilled, talented rock music. Continue reading
Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush, better known as Sugarland, brought their first tour in five years to Tulsa’s BOK Center Thursday night in support of their latest album “Bigger.” Continue reading