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
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
State Rep. Karen Gaddis welcomed members of Sistema Tulsa to the Capitol on Wednesday, April 11. Sistema Tulsa is a Boston Avenue United Methodist Church program that partners with community organizations to bring social change through music. Continue reading
Reigning ACM Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett unveiled his “Life Changes” Tour at Tulsa’s BOK Center Thursday night before an enthusiastic crowd of both new and longtime fans.
Taking the stage wearing all black except his white sneakers, the Georgia native thrilled the audience. Continue reading
If the whole music thing doesn’t work out for her, it’s safe to say that Pink could join the cast of Cirque du Soleil.
As the BOK house lights dimmed Monday night and the large pink curtain dropped, the three-time Grammy winner wasn’t on the pink stage, but hanging from a large chandelier high above the arena floor as she opened her show with the appropriately titled “Get The Party Started.” Continue reading