While many artists' tours begin winding down as summer comes to a close, Eric Church will just be getting started with the September launch of The Outsiders World Tour. Set to hit U.S. venues through December, Church is scheduled to stop at the BOK Center in Tulsa on Nov. 1 and will be accompanied by special guests Dwight Yoakam and Brandy Clark. Since gaining recognition as an opening act himself over the years, Church has enjoyed a steady wave of momentum that has now allowed him to venture out on major headlining treks of his own. With a top-selling album in tow, enjoy an entertaining Saturday evening with one of the top country music acts touring today.
BOK Center Seating Information
For his Outsiders World Tour, Eric Church will be using a 360-degree stage, which is somewhat of a rarity for concerts these days. While most artists use the popular end stage layout, which in turn eliminates a portion of venue seating or creates limited or obstructed views, this Nov. 1 appearance at the BOK Center should offer all fans in attendance an uninterrupted experience. As displayed on the seating chart on this page, the oval stage will be stationed in front of Sections 115-116 with two separate catwalks extending out into a General Admission Pit. Reserved Floor seating also will be available in Sections F1-F3 and F4-F6. Those interested in viewing the Eric Church concert from more traditional stadium-style seats can choose seats throughout the 100 and 300 Levels of the BOK Center.
BOK Center General Information
The BOK Center prohibits items like noisemakers, backpacks, large bags, signs, weapons, outside food and drink, recording devices, and professional cameras with detachable lenses. Most artists allow personal cameras without detachable lenses to be used during the performance. Smoking is prohibited in the arena though a designated smoking area is located near Section 119. Re-entry is strictly prohibited. Additionally, the BOK Center offers over 100 dining options throughout its upper and lower levels. Microbrews and domestic beers are available at several vendors. Guests also can dine at one of the local restaurants surrounding the BOK Center before the performance.
BOK Center Parking Information
Private and public parking lots surround the BOK Center and guests also can park in metered parking spaces that are free after 5 p.m. (Though this is subject to change on the day of the concert and space may be limited). Public transportation may also be an option as various stops are located in close proximity to the venue.
BOK Center Gate Times
Gates usually open 90 minutes to an hour before the start of events, but you can contact the venue in advance of the Eric Church concert for more precise information.