Category Archives: Out & About

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

Timberlake returns to Tulsa

Pop superstar Justin Timberlake brought his “Man of the Woods” tour to Tulsa Saturday night and, for a couple of hours anyway, transformed the BOK Center into his own campground.  The main stage’s catwalk meandered through the arena, resembling a tree-lined nature trail including a campfire at one point. The multi-instrumentalist owned the stage from the moment he stepped out of the darkness, performing “Filthy” and “Midnight Summer Jam” from his latest album, his first in four years. Continue reading

George Strait concert street party

George Strait

In the ultimate warm-up concerts; QuikTrip, BOK Center and Pepsi are throwing a free street party prior to both of George Strait’s sold-out Tulsa performances at BOK Center on Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2 from 5:00 – 7:15PM.

The pre-concert Street Parties feature Country Artists Jerrod Niemann and Tulsa Native Joe Diffie.    Continue reading