Tulsa Music Census

The Tulsa Music Census is a community-led initiative to gain a better understanding of the current needs of the Tulsa music community. The census captures key information about the local music economy to help the city and community make more informed, data-driven decisions to support the music ecosystem.

The 15-minute survey will ask questions specific to the realities of music and live entertainment workers, including general information about their demographics and occupation types, as well as their perspective on issues such as diversity, equity and belonging.

Multi-City Music Census™ Cohort

This effort is part of a multi-city cohort program, administered by Sound Music Cities, a leading Austin-based provider of music ecosystem studies and music census work. The program will allow Tulsa to gain insight from other cities and their best practices. The census will be administered by the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture, a division of Tulsa Regional Tourism, as well as support from local partners.


Interested in becoming a Community Engagement Partner? See all current partners below.

 

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“We already know that Tulsa has a world-class music scene, but our participation in this multi-city music census is going to provide our office resources to better position Tulsa as a music destination.

 

Not only will we receive data that will help us more strategically support our regional music industry, but we will also have unique opportunities for intercity collaboration by joining this innovative cohort.”

 

–Meg Gould, Executive Director of the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture

Become a Community Engagement Partner!

IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO REACH A VILLAGE!

Become a Community Engagement Partner and help us conduct the most extensive survey of the Tulsa music ecosystem ever completed.

WHAT WE’RE ASKING:

We will begin our survey in 2024, and we’re asking you to send the survey to your contacts in the music and live entertainment ecosystem, encouraging individuals to take the survey. We also will ask you to periodically make social media posts to announce the launch of the survey, and encourage participation.

WHAT YOU’LL GET:

Most importantly, representation in the survey results – we want to be as inclusive as possible, which means we want the folks you work with and serve to have their voices heard. We will give community engagement partners a sneak peek of the survey data results before finalizing and publishing our dashboard report. And we would love to add your logo to our list of engaged partners!

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Please add your name and email address in the form below. Upload your organization’s logo so that we may add it to the list of partners working to reach every part of our music and live entertainment ecosystem. By choosing to be a partner, you are helping bolster Tulsa's status as a music city with incredible depth and diversity.

I WANT TO BE A PARTNER

Become a Music Census Community Partner






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OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Philbrook Logo

WOMPA logo

Phil Clarkin Photography

Noise Town

Oklahoma Music Cafe

Whittier Bar

Chamber Music Tulsa

Rose Rock Music Lessons

BOK Center

Red Dirt Rangers

Bandelier

Vanguard

Tulsa Creative Engine

The Venue Shrine

Marshall Brewing Company

Casa de la Cultura

King Cabbage Brass Band

Twisted Arts

Harvest Fest

Powell Music Co

The Closet Studios

Water from the rock productions

Tulsa Symphony

Dusty Harlos

MMCA

Emani Logo

The Tiger's Eye

 

 

Promdress Fairy Girl Punk

Joesf Glaude

Larry White Management

Pop House

Camille Stottlemyre

Tulsa Rocks

Picture It Productions & Procure Distributing

Rebecca Hughes

Eric Strauss

Joe Tho

Randy Wimer

Cody Dinsmore