Country legend George Strait will bid farewell to Oklahoma on April 19 when his final tour visits Tulsa's BOK Center. GRAMMY Award winner Ronnie Dunn will join Strait as the special guest for this Saturday evening performance.
BOK Center Seating Information
For the entirety of The Cowboy Rides Away Tour, George Strait is performing in the round, so every section of seating in the BOK Center will be made available to fans for this arena concert. There are 12 floor sections (F1-F12) that will surround the stage and provide the closest seating options to the performers. Reserved seats are also available in the Lower (Sections 101-122) and Upper (Sections 301-328) Levels.
For this Tulsa concert, there are also a handful of different package deals available. Each package includes different zone seating options, and some include amenities like official gift items, pre-show dinner, and even limo services. Check the "Notes" section for more information on each specific package.
BOK Center General Information
Fans can bring banners or signs to the George Strait concert as long as they aren't connected to any sticks or poles, and personal cameras are also allowed. Audio and video recorders, outside food and drink, bottles, cans, coolers, noisemakers, and large bags or backpacks are prohibited. Fans also cannot re-enter the stadium at any time during the concert.
BOK Center Parking Information
In regards to parking for the George Strait show at the BOK Center, no lots are owned by the venue, but there are many privately owned parking structures in the area, and many street parking spaces nearby. Several Tulsa Transit bus routes also provide service to the arena.
BOK Center Gate Times
BOK Center doors typically open one hour before concerts begin, but may change in advance of the performance.
BOK Center Accessibility
Though there is no on-site parking, BOK Center does offer a drop-off area for guests with limited mobility. This designated area is located on West 3rd Street. Inside the arena, there are accessible seats on every level, and the staff on site can assist attendees with wheelchair transportation. In addition, accessible restrooms, concession stands, water fountains, and ATMs are located throughout the BOK Center, and there are options to rent assistive listening devices on the day of the show.