Tulsa Music Month
Tulsa is a top music city. July is dedicated to all those working in, supporting, advocating for, and enjoying music throughout the city of Tulsa.
Celebrate Tulsa Music Month
Advocate all month long with these downloadable assets! Please use #tulsamusicmonth in all music posts and feel free to add the Tulsa Music Month logo. Tulsa Music Month Asset Package (downloadable logos and icons).
Enjoy Tulsa’s live music scene every night of the week!
- Recurring weekly on Monday
Enjoy live classic hits with Chris Hyde every Monday at the 5 O'Clock Somewhere Bar…
- Recurring weekly on Monday
Head to Hodges Bend in Tulsa's East Village District every Monday night to hear live…
Doors open: 6:30 PM; Starts: 7:30 PM All ages welcome The Used Official Site Sleeping…
Doors 8:00 PM, Showtime 9:00 PM Ages 21 & up.
- Recurring every 2 weeks on Tuesday
Tuesdays are a fun-filled night as Charlie Redd & Luna Voodoo bring live music to…
- Recurring weekly on Tuesday
Every Tuesday night, stop by the Jazz Jam to play or listen. This event is free to…
Tulsa's Music Legacy
Tulsa’s music history runs deep. Its worldwide influence ranges from the legendary Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys broadcasting live from Cain's Ballroom in the 1920s, to evolving the Tulsa Sound in the 1950s and 1960s. The Jim Halsey Company moved to Tulsa in the 1970s and established the largest country music agency in the world, representing 42 of the biggest stars include Roy Clark, Oak Ridge Boys, Hank Thompson, Wanda Jackson, Reba McEntire, The Judds, The Gap Band, and more.
During that same decade, Leon Russell's Shelter Records and The Church Studio emerges, and the late 1990s sees the Grammy-nominated band Hanson debut their hit "MMMBop." Today, Tulsa has hundred of musical acts that fill the city with live music every night of the week. Every genre of music is represented, with a notable hip-hop scene including 'Fire in Little Africa', a multimedia hip-hop project commemorating the 1921 massacre of Tulsa's Greenwood neighborhood known as 'Black Wall Street'. With a history so long, we can’t nearly mention everything—but there are many places throughout Tulsa that are dedicated to educating people about music history.
Tulsa Music Month was established in 2021 as part of the Tulsa Music Strategy, to recognize and support the impact Tulsa music has on the city’s economy and culture.
Stream Tulsa music all month long and discover your new favorite band along the way. Well... Start Listening Now!
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July is the best month to treat yourself to a music history lesson! Visit one of the following museums throughout the month and share about it using the #tulsamusicmonth hashtag. BONUS - if you mention "Tulsa Music Month" at The Church Studio, receive $5 off full price admission.