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Posted: 12:39 p.m. Friday, Jan. 3, 2014

Blue Dome Music Series offers free shows downtown

Blue Dome Music Series presented by Fowler Toyota
Blue Dome Music Series presented by Fowler Toyota


Blue Dome Music Series April 5th photo
Blue Dome Music Series April 5th

Saturday, April 5th

Facebook Event Page HERE

The Blue Dome Music Series, a free downtown concert series on the first Saturday of each month in Tulsa’s Blue Dome District, continues to expand with the addition of a shared patio between Dilly Deli and Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge to its growing list of live music venues for the next event on Saturday, April 5.  The series has doubled in size from four participating venues in January to eight.

Folk-rock duo Desi and Cody from Tulsa, Okla. will be the featured ‘Early Show’ performers from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Dwelling Spaces, 119 S. Detroit Ave.  Following the Dwelling Spaces show, attendees can choose from eight additional venues within walking distance from 9 p.m. to close. 

Power-pop band Nude Furniture will perform at Arnie’s Bar, 318 E. 2nd St.

Singer-songwriters Erin O’Dowd and Kristen Hemphill will perform on the patio shared by Dilly Deli, 402 E. 2nd St., and Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge, 211 S Elgin Ave.

Folk rockers Red Wood Rising will perform at Fassler Hall, 304 S. Elgin Ave.   

Singer-songwriter Adrienne Gilley will perform at Joe Momma’s, 112 S. Elgin Ave., followed by indie rock band The Capital Why’s at 10 p.m.

Eedo beat duo Adam & Kizzie will perform at Tallgrass Prairie Table, 313 E. 2nd St.

White Flag, 116 S. Elgin Ave., will feature blues/rock band Alien Blues Alliance.

At 10:30, Allie Lauren Duo, an alternative piano-led project from Oklahoma City, will perform at Yokozuna, 309 E. 2nd St. 
The Blue Dome Music Series, presented by Fowler Toyota of Tulsa and Dwelling Spaces, began in June 2013 as a weekly concert at flagship venue Dwelling Spaces with a long-term goal to amp up the amount of quality, original, local music people could be exposed to in the Blue Dome District, a burgeoning arts and entertainment district on the east side of downtown Tulsa.  
For more information, call Dwelling Spaces at 918-582-1033.  Updates will be shared on the Facebook event page HERE