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Boy George and Culture Club - The B-52s

  • July 12, 2018 - July 12, 2018
  • Location: Paradise Cove
  • Venue: Paradise Cove
  • Address: 8330 Riverside Pkwy, Tulsa, OK 74136
  • Times: Starting: 8:00 PM
  • Admission: $55, $75 | Meet & Greet Packages: $400
  • 888-748-3731
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  • Free Parking?: Yes
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Boy George and Culture Club - The B-52s
Life Tour

Boy George Meet & Greet VIP Packages now available!!
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The B52s VIP Preshow Party Mix Package now available!!
We want fans to come join the band for a 40th anniversary toast pre-show and meet and greet. Packages are limited, so don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to hang with the band!
For more information please click here.

Must be 21 to attend

Since their inception in 1981 Culture Club have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, lead by their classic hits, "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me," "Karma Chameleon," and "I'll Tumble 4 Ya".
The group is fronted by british singer/songwriter Boy George, who is universally recognized as one of music's iconic artists. George was recently presented with the Ivor Novello lifetime achievement award in 2015 for his contribution to the music industry.
Roy Hay, Mikey Craig and Jon Moss make up the remaining original line up set to tour.

Selling over 20 million albums worldwide, The B-52s-Fred Schneider [vocals], Kate Pierson [vocals], Cindy Wilson [vocals], and Keith Strickland [guitar, drums, keys, programming]- have quietly impacted alternative music, fashion, and culture over the course of four-plus decades. They count John Lennon, Madonna, James Murphy, and Michael Stipe among their disciples. Panic! At The Disco, Blood Orange, The Offspring, Pitbull, Roger Sanchez, and DJ Shadow have sampled classics from the band's discography as Seth MacFarlane's Family Guy, The Simpsons, Sugarland, and more offered up covers of their own. They inched towards the forefront of the post-punk movement in America codified by 1979's self-titled The B-52s. Not only did the record go gold, but it also placed at #152 on Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" and #99 on VH1's "Greatest Albums of All Time." The gold-selling Wild Planet arrived hot on its heels in 1980. With Keith brilliantly filling the void in with music composition and live show guitar duties, 1989's watershed Cosmic Thing elevated the B-52s to another galaxy altogether. It moved 5 million-plus units and spawned a string of Top 10 smashes in the form of the GRAMMY®-nominated "Roam" and "Love Shack"-which Rolling Stone lauded on the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time."

After a 16-year hiatus, The B-52's proved as bright, bold, and boundless as ever on 2008's Funplex. The momentum only ramped up when they roamed on tour in 2015 alongside Tears for Fears and more. As they prepare a high-profile documentary and first official book, The B-52s look forward to inspiring future generations.