BOK Center

200 South Denver
918-894-4200

History

Owned by the City Of Tulsa, the BOK Center is part of Vision 2025, a project to grow economic and community infrastructure for future generations. The City hired SMG, a world leader in venue management, marketing and development, to manage the facility. In the first year, BOK Center hosted 184 events with numerous sold out shows.



Reviews

Kim Phillips

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Thursday, May 17, 2018
This place is beautiful! Went to see Five Finger Death Punch. It didn't matter where you sat you could see perfectly. The sound was great, lighting was great, and the security presence was well known. I felt safe. They even had as bomb squad with their canine. The staff were friendly and helpful. They were calm and not frazzled even though the place was completely packed.

Bryan Smith

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Monday, May 7, 2018
Here as first time visitor to the venue! Oh my blown away by the place. Very nice and easy to get in and out. Can't seem to think there is a horrible seat in the house. Parking was reasonable cost and proximity. So many food choices and drinks galore.. had plenty of close by bathrooms...and all in all it was fantastic experience. The Justin Timberlake concert was LEGIT! I was super pleased! If you ever need someone to fill in an open seat in a suite...don't hesitate to contact me! Respectfully, Bryan Moore Oklahoma

Kevin Foresman

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Saw U2 there on their opening night for #u2experince tour there in Tulsa. Great arena. sat on top row and sound was excellent. Nice seats. Good concessions. Really enjoyed the center and the show!!!

Kathy Stotts

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Thursday, May 17, 2018
The staff is phenominal. They took great care to see that my handicapped husband was comfortable and were so kind. Not so at other venues in town. A great evening made better!

Brent

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018
We came here for a high school graduation. We didn't bring any bags. We did bring some books for our 7 yr old to keep her occupied. When we got to the security check in, the lady told us some of the books were not allowed. They were too big!??! We would have to take them to the car and wait another hour to get back in, or we could throw our 7 yr old daughters books away. We saw NOTHING about not being able to bring in books. This will be our last visit to the BOK ever!! And we will share this experience with everyone that has ears and can hear us. And on all of our social media. Thanks for a terrible night and a crying 7 yr old, BOK.

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