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ROCKLAHOMA 2014 in Pryor, Ok.




Rocklahoma--America’s biggest Memorial Day Weekend party--will rock the Midwestwith an all-star lineup featuring Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Staind, TwistedSister, Deftones and many more from May 23-25 at “Catch the Fever”Festival Grounds in Pryor, OK. The three-day camping festival, featuring the top currentactive rock artists and classic bands, is presented by Bud Light.The current band lineup for the 8th Rocklahoma is as follows:

Kid Rock, Five Finger Death Punch, Staind, Twisted Sister, Deftones, Seether, Jackyl, Filter, Black Label Society, Theory of a Deadman, Extreme, Killswitch Engage, Skid Row, Tom Keifer of Cinderella, Hellyeah, Kix, Down, Pop Evil, Adelitas Way, Black Stone Cherry, Trivium, Texas Hippie Coalition, The Pretty Reckless, Thousand Foot Krutch, Redlight King, Lacuna Coil, KYNG, We As Human, Nothing More, Devour the Day, Heaven’s Basement, Gemini Syndrome, Butcher Babies, Eve to Adam, Truckfighters, Scorpion Child, Twelve Foot Ninja, Kill Devil Hill, Killer Dwarfs, Mandy Lion, Bai Bang, Lynam, ASKA, Black Tora, Firstryke, Mystery, Nasty Habit, Sleepy Hollow, Wicked, Down & Dirty, Loveblast, Ruff Justice, Ratchet Dolls, Ragdoll, Dellacoma, Chaotic Resemblance, Scattered Hamlet, Siren, Mach22, Tempt, London's Dungeon, Station, Hip Kitty, Jet West, Well Hung Heart, The Chimpz, Able The Allies, Mine Enemies Fall, James Douglas Show, Sleepwalking Home, Framing The Red, Paper Tigers, A Course of Action, Error 504, Vilifi, Shotgun Rebels, The Bourgeois, Echofuzz, Enslaved By Fear, The Joint Effect, Switchbach, Dryvr, Dirty Crush, Motortrain, Oldman, The Grown Ups, NICHNOS, The Grizzly Band, Snakefist, David Castro Band, Blackwater Rebellion, Triple Se7en, Fight The Fade, Severmind, Benny's Little Weasel.

Band performance times for Rocklahoma are as follows (subject to change):Thursday, May 22Pre-Party on the AXiS Campground Stage6:00 PM Benny's Little Weasel6:50 PM Fight the Fade7:40 PM Severmind8:30 PM Triple 79:20 PM Dirty Crush10:10 PM Blackwater Rebellion11:00 PM Motortrain11:50 PM DRYVR12:40 AM James Douglas Show1:30 AM Oldman

Friday, May 23Main Stage4:00 PM Black Stone Cherry5:10 PM Skid Row6:20 PM Killswitch Engage7:40 PM Seether9:05 PM Deftones10:55 PM Five Finger Death PunchHard Rock Stage3:30 PM Truckfighters4:35 PM Nothing More5:45 PM Lacuna Coil7:05 PM Thousand Foot Krutch8:30 PM The Pretty Reckless10:10 PM Hellyeah12:00 AM Contest Winner TBARetrospect Records Stage3:30 PM Killer Dwarfs4:35 PM London’s Dungeon5:45 PM Ruff Justice7:05 PM Loveblast8:30 PM Firstryke10:10 PM Nasty Habit12:00 AM Chaotic Resemblance12:45 AM Dellacoma1:25 AM Scattered HamletAXiS StageNoon Enslaved by Fear12:50 PM NICNOS1:40 PM Bad Remedy2:30 PM Snakefist3:20 PM Framing The RedNight performance times are approximate.11:30 PM Sleepwalking Home12:20 AM Jet West1:10 AM The Chimpz

Saturday, May 24Main Stage4:00 PM Adelitas Way5:10 PM Pop Evil6:20 PM Filter7:40 PM Jackyl9:05 PM Twisted Sister10:55 PM StaindHard Rock Stage3:30 PM Gemini Syndrome4:35 PM We As Human5:45 PM Devour The Day7:05 PM Texas Hippie Coalition8:30 PM Trivium10:10 PM Kix12:00 AM Kill Devil HillRetrospect Records Stage3:30 PM Ratchet Dolls4:35 PM Wicked5:45 PM Black Tora7:05 PM Bai Bang8:30 PM ASKA10:10 PM Hellion12:00 AM Killer Dwarfs12:45 AM Mandy Lion1:25 AM SirenAXiS StageNoon Joint Effect12:50 PM The Grizzly Band1:40 PM David Castro Band2:30 PM A Course of Action3:20 PM VilifiNight performance times are approximate.11:30 PM Well Hung Heart12:20 AM Hip Kitty1:10 AM Mine Enemies Fall

Sunday, May 25Main Stage3:50 PM Redlight King4:55 PM CINDERELLA’s Tom Keifer6:15 PM Black Label Society7:35 PM Extreme9:00 PM Theory of a Deadman10:40 PM Kid RockHard Rock Stage3:30 PM Twelve Foot Ninja4:25 PM Eve To Adam5:40 PM Heaven’s Basement7:00 PM Butcher Babies8:25 PM KYNG9:55 PM Down12:00 AM Scorpion ChildRetrospect Records Stage3:30 PM Sleepy Hollow4:25 PM Tempt5:40 PM Station7:00 PM Mystery8:25 PM Lynam9:55 PM Rag Doll12:00 AM Mach2212:45 AM Down & Dirty1:25 AM Dirtee CircusAXiS StageNoon The Grown Ups12:50 PM Able the Allies1:40 PM Paper Tigers2:30 PM Switchbach3:20 PM Shotgun RebelsNight performance times are approximate.11:30 PM Echofuzz12:20 AM The Bourgeois

The free Rocklahoma mobile app, which includes the latest lineup and performance times, isavailable for iPhone and Android phones. The Rocklahoma app--part of the World’s LoudestMonth app—also features artist bios, site maps, social feeds, pictures, videos, music and muchmore. Download the app here:iPhone ( (

Rocklahoma fans can save by buying tickets and camping packages in advance, before pricesincrease on Monday, May 19 at Noon Central Time. The price increase details are as follows:• Weekend GA Ticket– From $159 + fees to $189 + fees• Weekend GA Ticket 4-Pack – From $499 + fees to $599 + fees• Single Day Ticket – From $74 + fees to $84 + fees• Weekend GA Camping – From $75 to $100• Weekend VIP Camping – From $95 to $120

Campers are invited to arrive early and spend up to 9 days at “Catch the Fever” Festival Grounds.

Campgrounds open at Noon on Sunday, May 18.

In other news, voting for the Miss Rocklahoma competition ends Friday, May 9. Vote foryour favorite finalist at and find out who will be crowned this year’s MissRocklahoma live onstage at Rocklahoma 2014.

Rocklahoma is part of the 2014 World’s Loudest Month, which features the biggest names in rock musicperforming in six distinct concert atmospheres across the country on five consecutive weekends.Rocklahoma is located just 45 minutes northeast of Tulsa, in Pryor, OK. The “Catch the Fever” FestivalGrounds is a premier destination for a multi-day festival and includes onsite camping with access torestrooms and shower house, a general store for campers, VIP reserved seating, hospitality areas and muchmore. Camping tickets may be purchased at, by calling the Rocklahoma CampingOffice at (866) 310-2288 or emailing Campgrounds open on Sunday, May 18 at Noonand will remain open through noon on Tuesday, May 27.

Rocklahoma is proud to be sponsored by Bud Light, U.S. Cellular, Jägermeister, Monster Energy, HardRock Casino, Route 66 RVs and Jack Daniel’s.www.rocklahoma.comROCKLAHOMA – Life, Liberty & The Pursuit Of Rock!

Vinyl Fest 2013

The first semi-annual Viny Fest will be held at VFW Post #577 December 14th. This event will bring hours of live music and entertainment, as well as over 100 yards of collectible vinyl. An ideal event for the vinyl enthusiast, Vinyl Fest also caters to music lovers in general. There will be a wide array of records for purchase and many special live musical acts throughout the two days.

Friday, December 13th

Friday night Vinyl Fest opens with music at the Centennial Lounge, upstairs from the main hall of the venue. Featuring Lizard Police and Lesbian Summer. Music will begin at 9:00 p.m. and end at 2:00 a.m. This night is a great chance for ticket holders and vendors alike to mingle and enjoy some great live music.

Saturday, December 14th

On Saturday, the record convention begins in the main hall at 12:00 p.m. Ticket holders will have a chance to peruse over 100 yards of collectible vinyl. Vinyl Fest provides a rare opportunity for seasoned collectors and those who are new to the vinyl medium to select from over thousands of records. There will also be live music throughout the day provided by Paul Benjamin, Jesse Aycock, Desi and Codi, Wink Burcham and DJ Sweet Baby Jaysus.

The record convention runs until 10:00 p.m. After the convention is over you can return once again to the Centennial Lounge for another great round of live music closing out the weekend, featuring the music of Tulsa’s own Guardant and And There Stand Empires.

Vinyl For VetsYou can also help support the veterans who visit and run VFW Post #577 by visiting the Vinyl for Vets section of the event. This booth will be filled with donated records, all of the proceeds will go to the VFW. This post is entirely run off of donations and receives no government funding, so support from the community is essential to the longevity of the post. Anyone can donate to this booth and Vinyl Fest will be accepting donations of records from now until the event. The donation is 100% tax deductible and all of the proceeds will go directly back to VFW Post #577. Anyone who would like to donate can drop of their records at Gunboat Park Military Surplus, located at 4624 East 11th Street, Tulsa, OK 74112.

For more info including vender information and tickets click here.

2013 Tulsa Oktoberfest

As one of Tulsa’s most celebrated festivals, Tulsa Oktoberfest has a long and storied history of providing authentic German food, drink, and fun to generations of Oklahomans. What’s not to like about bratwurst, the Chicken Dance, Wiener Dog races, German beers, Bavarian cheesecake, great music, and thousands of your friends, all together at one place?

Quick Details The 2013 Tulsa Oktoberfest is to be held October 17-20. Hours for the festival are as follows:

  • Thursday: 5-11 PM
  • Friday: 11 AM – 1 AM
  • Saturday: 11 AM – 1 AM
  • Sunday: 12 – 6 PM

Admission is $6, payable at the gate via cash or credit card. Kids 12 & under get in free! The festival grounds are at River West Festival Park, 2100 S. Jackson Ave., Tulsa, Oklahoma. You may click here for a map. Parking and Shuttles The FREE SHUTTLE will be returning to Tulsa Oktoberfest in 2013! The shuttle was one of the most well-received additions to the 2012 festival. Routes and maps will be announced soon. Paid parking is available near the festival grounds in $5 and $10 lots.


Festival Concessions Food and drink are available all over the Tulsa Oktoberfest grounds. In order to purchase food and beverages, festival-goes will need to purchase Oktoberfest tickets with either cash or credit card at ticket kiosks. A wide variety of vendors means great food choices, ranging from authentic German food to the more typical fair meal.

Activities and Entertainment Experience a wide range of entertainment, competitions, arts, crafts, and kid-friendly activities at this year’s Tulsa Oktoberfest! Whether you’re a fan of traditional German music or local Oklahoma bands, Tulsa Oktoberfest has you covered. Like sports? Das Sports Cafe features a big-screen to view current sporting events. The Bier Barrel Race entertains participants and audience alike with its relay keg rolling contest. Das Jugendzelt (The Childrens Tent) has its own entertainment and activities for the kids.  


Games of Oktoberfest

The intense demeanor of the Krug Carry competitors…the electric atmosphere of the Dachshund Dash (aka Wiener Dog Race)…the icy stare of determination as the first barrel is rolled out in the McNellie’s Bier Barrel Race. Welcome to the Oktoberfest Games!

The Dachshund DashWiener dogs are already funny to look at. Now try watching over 40 of them zig, zag, jump, and generally get confused in a test of speed and intelligence! Ok, we’re being dramatic. The pups just need to run 150 feet from one end of the Dash to the other. Sound easy enough? Start training your wiener dog now!Read Rules and Regulations HereLocation and Time: The Oktoberfest Games Courtyard, Sunday @ 1 PMWill Your Wiener Dog Win?

McNellie’s Bier Barrel RaceThe Fassler Hall Stammtisch is the center of the universe Saturday at 1 PM for true fans of the beer keg. Why? Because it is ground zero for the legendary McNellie’s Bier Barrel Race! The intense back-and-forth barrel-rolling action is enough to make anyone dizzy with excitement.Read Rules and Regulations HereLocation and Time: Fassler Hall Stammtisch, Saturday @ 1 PMReady to Roll?

Krug CarryDon’t cry over spilled beer! Traditionally one of the most accessible Oktoberfest games for novices, Stein Carry contestants are scored on speed AND spillage. Carrying up to 20 pounds of beer quickly and safely across the course can be difficult, but the FREE beer at the end of the competition hopefully makes it worth the effort!Location and Time: The Oktoberfest Games Courtyard, Friday @ 7 PMCarry the Krug

Strong SteinAre you Strong Stein? This competition of strength pits contestants against beer steins…as in, “How long can you hold out 34 ounces of beer?” The best part? You get to keep the beer in the stein!Location and Time: The Oktoberfest Games Courtyard, Saturday @ 7 PMSee if You’re Strong Stein  Sponsored by Standby Personnel

The 2013 Art of BBQ

Blue Ox Dining Group will partner with The Arts and Humanities Council to host a two day festival Oct. 11-12 in Downtown Tulsa.

The Bar-B-Q themed competition and showcase, now in its 16th year, is retooling to be more guest experience oriented and to highlight the visual, performance and culinary arts. 

The event will benefit The Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa.  

The Art of BBQ festival grounds will be located between 1st and 3rd St. on Elgin Avenue and on 2nd Street from Detroit to Greenwood in Downtown Tulsa’s Blue Dome District.  

The event will kick off at 6pm on Friday night at Legends Dance Hall and will feature a local restaurant and brewery showcase, an art auction, dance performances and live music from local musicians.

The VIP after party will be located at Back Alley Blues & BBQ, which will be converted to host live music and DJs until 2am.

The OU/Texas tail-gate, Bar-B-Q cook-off, art festivaland other street events will begin on Saturday morning and continuethrough the day.

The event will feature vendor booths, local Bar-B-Q food trucks, artist booths, and live music and dance to complement the reworked Bar-B-Q cook-off.

The categories for this year’s competition will be grilled items, smoked items, wings, sauce, ribs, sides and desserts.

Voting will be people’s choice in most categories with a few categories judged by local celebrities.

The event will also feature a tailgate cookout to coincide with the OU vs. Texas football game.

The 2013 Art of BBQ is an overhauled version of the annual event, now in its 16th year.

The new format is designed to be more appealing to casual event goers and is designed to optimize fund-raising opportunities for the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa.

“We really wanted to take it up a notch this year and felt like by changing things around a bit, we could better showcase the arts and create a really fun two days for our guests.” said Blake Ewing, The Blue Ox Dining Group founder, and event organizer.

For more information, including the event schedule, or about participating in the event, either as a sponsor, artist, cook-off competitor, or to volunteer visit or

Proceeds from The Art of BBQ will benefit thousands of children in the greater Tulsa area through the arts and culture programs of Arts & Humanities Councilof Tulsa.  

Sponsors include the Blue Ox Dining Group, Fowler Toyota of Tulsa, BOK, NovSun, and Cox Media Group.

Rock 'n Rib Festival 2013

(Tulsa, Okla.) August 19, 2013 - The BOK Center and SMG Special Events brings Oklahoma’s champion barbecue celebration back to downtown Tulsa this fall. The Rock ‘n Rib Festival, presented by Rib Crib, will return September 12-15, 2013, in downtown Tulsa and will feature four days of championship barbecue, mouth-watering concessions, cooking demonstrations, a kids zone, and performances by 14 regional bands on the ONEOK Outdoor Stage. Admission to the festival is free - all day, every day. For more information click HERE.

WHERE:           Outside BOK Center, Third Street and Frisco Avenue

WHEN:            September 12-15, 2013   

 COST:              Admission is free

 “We are thrilled to bring back Rock ‘n Rib Festival this year. Despite the inclement weather last year, Rock ‘n Rib Festival still welcomed more than 39,000 people to downtown Tulsa for award-winning barbecue. This is an event people get really excited about and we are proud to celebrate five years of bringing this free event to the public,” said John Bolton, SMG General Manager.

The festival has become a Tulsa tradition and is a celebration of award-winning barbecue ribs, with six teams from across the country showcasing their championship recipes on Third Street and Frisco Avenue outside the arena. These professional “pitmasters” (who have been featured on the Travel Channel, Discovery Channel and Food Network) compete around the world and pride themselves on their cooking techniques, secret recipes, and unique barbecue sauces and rubs. In addition to smoking prime cuts of meat, the rib vendors pay close attention to showmanship. They decorate their expansive spaces with giant banner walls featuring their most recent accolades and tables full of trophies/memorabilia from past events. In addition to barbecue ribs, beef, chicken, a variety of delicious concessions will be available. Sno cones, grilled corn, funnel cake, popcorn, cotton candy, corn dogs, deep-fried pickles, taco salads, kettle corn, smoothies and fresh-squeezed limeade will be for sale. A selection of soft drinks will be offered, along with margaritas, mixed drinks, wine and beer for guests over 21 years of age.


Thursday, September 12, the ONEOK Outdoor Stage will present an Earl Clark Tribute featuring Starr Fisher and The Spectrum Band. On Friday, September 13, the festival will host the Inaugural Rib Run 5K and Fun Run presented by Fleet Feet Tulsa starting at 7 p.m. from the corner 3rd Street and Denver Avenue. To register, visit or Also on Friday, September 13, the festival will put on the Five-Year Anniversary Fireworks Display beginning at approximately 8:30 p.m. The Curtis Culinary Stage will make its return with live cooking demonstrations from the pitmasters, as well as local restaurant chefs. The nationally-recognized pitmasters will share trade secrets and present demonstrations on a variety of barbecue-related topics. The Jack Daniels and Southern Comfort Saloon will return for guests over 21 years of age. The expanded adult-only party zones will have liquor, mixed drinks and high-point beer. The party area will be located on the box office plaza near Frisco Avenue and offers a prime view of the outdoor stage. This area will also feature a large a GoVision Jumbotron showing the weekend’s best college and NFL football teams in action.


One of the festival’s greatest features is free live entertainment scheduled daily on the ONEOK Outdoor Stage. The stage will feature marquee performances from Cruize Control (a Jimmy Buffet cover band), Adley Stump from Season 2 of The Voice and up-and-coming country music sensation Charlie Worsham. A full list of bands and an entertainment schedule is available at The 2013 Rock ‘N Rib Festival is presented by Rib Crib with live entertainment on the outdoor stage courtesy of ONEOK, Inc. Curtis Restaurant Supply presents the culinary stage. Plaza sponsors include Anheuser-Busch, Marble Slab, US Army, Lexus, Downtown Doubletree Hotel, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Ben E. Keith, Jack Daniels, Southern Comfort, and Stones Liquor. KOKI – Fox 23, Cox Radio, Inc., Urban Tulsa Weekly, La Semana del Sur, and the Tulsa Business Journal are all official media partners for the event. More information on the Rock ‘n Rib Festival and profiles of all of rib vendors are available at Questions may be directed to Jill Duvall, Special Events Manager at (918) 894-4267 or

Skiatook Pioneer Day Festival

The Skiatook Pioneer Day Festival is held on Saturday, September 21, 2013, in downtown Skiatook’s Central Park. Admission is free! Pioneer Day carnival rides open on Thursday and Friday evenings, and the festival officially kicks off on Saturday morning at 7am with a 5K/10K run, and a parade down Rogers Blvd at 9am; the festival runs all day long on Saturday. Events during the day on Saturday include a Duck Dynasty Dare Contest, Pet Contest, Little Miss/Mr Pageant, Horseshoe Tournament, Dunk Tank, Rodeo, Car Show, Live Musical Entertainment, Karaoke, and a Midway with over seventy booths loaded with arts, crafts, food, and much more! Live entertainment is performed throughout the day.

For more info click here.

Center of the Universe Festival

All are welcome with open arms to the Center of the Universe Festival in the Brady Arts District in Tulsa. This year’s bash is scheduled for July 19-20, 2013.

Named after the popular display of architectural mystery in the heart (or center?) of downtown, this non-profit music and arts festival will let you stop and stare at jaw dropping, eye opening, heart pumping, nostalgia-inducing bands that everybody talks about.

If music isn’t really your thing or you think fun is only for young people, then let the Center of the Universe prove you wrong. There’s really no excuse NOT to show up, considering festival admission is free! There are also VIP and BOK Zone ticket options for those who want to have a little more fun than everyone else. If you still need convincing (or if you’re just an artistically inclined freeloader) then continue on. The Center of the Universe Festival will be a weekend full of jammin’ bands sure to satisfy any musical craving. The 2013 festival will feature two outdoor stages; the Main Stage on Main Street in front of the Cain’s Ballroom, showcasing major national acts, and the second stage at The Guthrie Green, featuring a range of highly acclaimed emerging artists from around the country. After the outdoor stages close each night, the Brady District bars and clubs will open their doors with specially selected live music lineups featuring emerging-artist showcases. This is your chance to say you saw that one band way back before they sold out and everybody liked them. We’ll all say, “We know, you heard them first.” In addition to a VIP Preview Party on Thursday night before the festival, the Center of the Universe Festival will also feature street art, a market for local and regional artists to display and sell their work, and a water park located adjacent to Main Street, two blocks south of the main stage. The proceeds from the festival will benefit the Brady Arts District Business Association to help expand the downtown trolley that currently operates on weekend nights only. Additional funds will be used to build programs to attract and retain artists to the Brady Arts District.

For more info to get tickets or to see who will be performing click here.

Thunder on the Mountain Country Music Festival

With little more than a month to go before the inaugural Thunder On The Mountain Country Music Festival in Ozark, Arkansas, preparations are heating up at Mulberry Mountain in anticipation of the nation’s premier Country Music and Camping Festival. Cowboy rockstars Big & Rich will be getting the party started early on Thursday night, June 6th so strap on your spurs and dig in for an action packed weekend of great music, food, and adventure. Newly crowned ACM Entertainer of the Year, Luke Bryan, will headline Friday night’s performances on the Main Stage and, as he puts it in his 2012 single of the year, you "won’t want this night to end". Make sure to have your Red Solo Cup at the ready for Saturday night’s knockout show by America’s favorite superstar, Toby Keith. Saddle up for some fun on the mountain! In addition to some of the top names from Nashville, fans can expect scenic camping and wide-open areas to fish, hike or take a float down the Mulberry river.

For more info including the full list of everyone playing this year's inaugural festival and to buy ticket click here.

18th Annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival

The Oklahoma Renaissance Festival returns to the Castle of Muskogee this month.  Join them every Saturday and Sunday through June 2nd for an event for the whole family. Magicians, jugglers, musicians, dancers, acrobats, and jousters will all be preforming on any of their 15 stages. The little one's are sure to have a blast in their children's realm playing games and watching hands on demostrations. Or you could always attend the queen's tea, the pirate's feaste, a masqued ball, or many other events that take place at the castle of Muskogee every weekend.

For more info click here.

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