As Katie Stevens tweeted (thekatiestevens), “Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweepin down the plain!”, the Idols are now on their next stop. Still in the South Central, the Idols traverse to the home of the Sooners – Oklahoma. They head to the arena – BOK Center in Tulsa and set up for a three-hour show.
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About the venue: via Wikipedia
Capacity for concerts:
*Central Stage: 19,199
*End Stage: 13,644
The BOK Center, or Bank of Oklahoma Center, is a 19,199-seat multi-purpose arena and a primary indoor sports and event venue in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Designed to accommodate arena football, hockey, basketball, concerts, and similar events, the facility was built at a cost of $178 million in public funds and an additional $18 million in privately-funded upgrades. Ground was broken on August 31, 2005 and a ribbon cutting involving Tulsa musicians Garth Brooks and Hanson took place on August 30, 2008. The arena’s schedule of concerts and other events began on August 31 with a community choir hosted by Sam Harris.
Designed by Cesar Pelli, the architect of the Petronas Towers in Malaysia, the BOK Center is the flagship project of Tulsa County’s Vision 2025 long-range development initiative. Local firm, MATRIX Architects Engineers Planners, Inc, is the architect and engineer of record. The arena is managed and operated by SMG and named for the Bank of Oklahoma, which purchased naming rights for $11 million. Current permanent tenants are the Tulsa Oilers of the Central Hockey League, the Tulsa Talons of the Arena Football League, and the Tulsa Shock of the Women’s National Basketball Association, although the facility will host NBA preseason games and college basketball match-ups on a regular basis and seek to attract national and regional sporting tournaments.