The Dave Matthews Band, along with legendary Willie Nelson and Family, are hitting the BOK Center on Friday.
Between them, the two groups have enough Grammys to fill several shelves, as well as countless number one songs.
The Dave Matthews Band, also known as DMB, is known for their annual summer-long tours crossing the United States and Europe. Their newest album, Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King, debuted at number one on Billboard 200, making it their fifth consecutive number one debut.
Since their formation in 1991, DMB has sold more than 31 million albums. The band also is known for allowing audience members to tape most of their shows and permits non-profit trading. However, they joined with the federal government to crack down on for-profit bootleggers.
Willie, as he is known throughout the country, is an American icon known for everything from his music, movies, marijuana busts, IRS troubles and Farm Aid.
He has played with just about everyone imaginable and has written more than 2,500 songs and 300 albums.
Crowds for this show are estimated at more than 13,000, and the Tulsa Police Department has announced the following street closures:
Third Street between Denver Avenue and Frisco Avenue and the south curb lane of First Street between Denver Avenue and Frisco Avenue will be closed from 7:00 AM to 2:00 AM. Frisco Avenue between First Street and Third Street will be closed from 10:00 PM to 2:00 AM.
Also, for pedestrian traffic, Denver Avenue between First Street and Sixth Street, and Third Street between Cheyenne Avenue and Houston Avenue may be restricted to traffic before and after the event.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and tickets are $65. You can purchase tickets here.