BOK Center

200 South Denver


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.


Kim Phillips

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.

Michael Carter

Saturday, June 23, 2018
What can be said about the BOK Center that hasn't been already? Just sit in one of the seats and you'll understand why it's one of the top arenas in the country. Ridiculously spacious. Sound-wise, even the loudest of concerts seem crystal clear. One of the best and most surprising things though is the restrooms. They are never crowded in the slightest because they are everywhere! They couldn't be closer, either. Like, you can go to the restroom and be back in a few minutes. It literally takes you less than a minute to walk from your seat to the restroom, no matter where you are sitting. Also, the restrooms are shockingly clean, even after a show. Like, unnecessarily clean. I'm gonna go ahead and say it, the restrooms are too clean.

Jerney C

Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
The first time I've ever been to the BOK center was not that long ago when I went to see Imagine Dragons and Grace Vanderwall. It was a great show and it sounded great in that venue. The concession was not amazing, but it wasn't bad. Bathrooms were clean and the custodians were all working hard to keep the place clean, so that was nice. Our seats were way up in the nosebleeds, but you could still see pretty well because they've got little screens off to the side of the stage to show what's going on. The one thing that I didn't like was getting up to our seats, the stairs are really steep and kinda scary when there's a light show going on or it's dark and you're being rushed by other people wanting to get to their seats, of course that's not a problem if you get seats closer to the stage. Just something to keep in mind. Overall it was a great experience.

colton bishop

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Very clean arena. Only down side was the price for one beer was $9.00. Went and seen Five Finger Death Punch there. And security needs to be better. Pretty sure I smelled weed being smoked around me and nothing happened.

Andrea Smith

Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018
Very nice venue, our seats were on the 3rd level. If you have seats up there make sure you don't have anyone with a fear of heights. The seats up there are on a very steep incline. Made a lot of people nervous going up and down. We had a blast though at the P!ATD concert!

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