Category Archives: Out & About

George Strait dazzles Tulsa crowd

George Strait, the King of Country Music stepped out of retirement to perform two sold out shows over the weekend at Tulsa’s BOK Center.  As part of the arena’s “10 For 10” concert series celebrating its 10 year anniversary, Strait was originally slated to play just one show, but added a second show when the first concert sold out in a matter of minutes.

Strait’s last appearance in Tulsa was in 2014 during his “The Cowboy Rides Away” tour following his announcement in 2012 that he was retiring from touring. Continue reading

Innovative dance & dialogue at PAC

For the first time, The Bell House partners with Choregus Productions’ Summer Heat International Dance Festival for its pioneering EXCHANGE Choreography Festival, July 26-28, 2018.

Since 2009, EXCHANGE has provided a meeting place for professional dance makers from around the country to share original modern dance creations and dialogue with their peers. The only festival of its kind in the region, this year’s event welcomes 18 professional choreographers from cities like St. Louis, Austin, Milwaukee, Washington, D.C., as well as Tulsa, to an intimate exchange of performance and conversation.   Continue reading

Rocklahoma 2018 performance times

Music performance times and onsite experiences have been announced for Rocklahoma, presented by Bud Light, May 25, 26 & 27, 2018 at “Catch the Fever” Festival Grounds in Pryor, Oklahoma, just outside Tulsa.

America’s Biggest Memorial Day Weekend Party celebrates its 12th year with performances from top rock artists including Poison, A Perfect Circle, Godsmack, Cheap Trick, Ghost, The Cult, Halestorm, Vince Neil, Stone Temple Pilots, I Prevail, Clutch, The Used, Underoath, Machine Gun Kelly, Cinderella’s Tom Keifer and many more.  Continue reading

U2 launches world tour from Tulsa

U2 lead singer Bono at BOK Center Tulsa tour launch

Following four days of rehearsals inside Tulsa’s BOK Center, veteran Irish rockers U2 unveiled their Experience + Innocence World Tour in front of an enthusiastic audience in the heart of America.

The only disappointment, if there was one, would be if you expected to hear a majority of the band’s older tunes, such as “Where the Streets Have No Name” from their acclaimed album “The Joshua Tree.”  There were no songs from that album included.  Continue reading