Tulsa Theater and the Tulsa County Health Department along with the CDC strongly encourage live music fans to get the COVID-19 vaccination or a negative Covid test prior to attending any concert event to ensure your safety and that of your fellow live music fans. Distancing where applicable and protective face coverings are recommended to enhance the efficacy of your vaccine in all public spaces at this time.


While there is not a mask mandate in place in our county at this writing, always check our official website and our social pages prior to attending a concert to make certain requirements for your event have not changed. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death with an inherent risk of exposure in any public space. This venue has enhanced sanitization and mask requirements for staff however, there is no guarantee, express or implied, that those attending any event will not be exposed to the virus. Beyond your vaccination, please take every precaution by distancing where possible, utilizing a mask in strictly confined spaces, utilizing sanitization stations and avoiding touching your eyes, nose and face at all times.


All who attend a concert event at this venue agree to follow health and safety policies and understand that they should evaluate their own risk of death or severe illness from COVID-19 prior to purchasing a ticket to a show. By entering any event on these premises, attendees voluntarily assume risks related to COVID-19. If you are at higher risk of severe illness or death due to an illness from COVID-19, have had known recent exposure, or are unvaccinated it is recommended you do not attend any public gatherings, including any concert at this venue.




Upcoming Events
wed, July 24
DCF Concerts Presents


tue, July 30
sat, Aug 03
Mammoth & DCF Concerts Present

Donny Osmond – Direct from Vegas

tue, Aug 13
wed, Aug 21
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