Ranked as one of the top 20 arenas in the U.S., the BOK Center has been bringing top tour entertainment to the city of Tulsa since 2008. Its opening has played a crucial role in the city’s transformation and has drawn crowds of music lovers in from bordering states.
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Named after its sponsor, Bank of Oklahoma, the BOK Center has become a Tulsa landmark with its distinct architectural design. It boasts an impressive interior as well, featuring tributes to famous Tulsa natives including Woody Guthrie, Leon Russel and, of course, Garth Brooks.
The 19,199-capacity venue has made it possible for sell-out acts like Justin Timberlake, U2, and Pink to add Tulsa to their list of stops across the U.S., and its opening has been a key factor in reviving the city’s downtown area.
“Before this building opened, downtown Tulsa was a ghost town,” says BOK Center GM Jeff Nickler. “A decade later, there has been $1 billion worth of private development, with another billion dollars flowing in right now. There are new restaurants and retail corridors that didn't exist before this building opened. The BOK Center is an example of how building an arena can change the entire story of a city.”