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Tulsa Theater

The history of old theaters is almost as fascinating as the performances that take place within their doors, and our Tulsa Theater is no exception. Built in 1914, this hundred-year-old building has gone through many incarnations in its century plus of use, having begun its humble existence as a convention hall before morphing into a municipal auditorium and, for a brief time in 1921, a retention center. Today, it hosts some of the biggest names in music and comedy, and this guide will help all our Tulsa guests find yet another fun activity to do in between comfortable adventures in our StayInTulsaOK vacation sanctuaries!

The Big Names Have Played at the Tulsa Theater

With a history that goes back over 100 years, you have to expect that some big-named celebrities have debuted on its large stage, an expectation that would be absolutely correct. Adam Ant, Buddy Holly, and Rosemary Clooney have all done a performing stint at the Tulsa Theater, while Robin Williams and Ed Sullivan have made appearances as well. Formerly known as the Brady Theater, up to 2800 people can find a seat under its roof, located at 105 Reconciliation Way. Its brick exterior could fade away in a sea of similar brick-fronted buildings, but the historic Tulsa sign attached to the bricks and backlit by rainbow lights will ensure that it can’t be missed. Today, a blend of classic and modern music is showcased on the big stage, and with recent performances by LeeAnn Morgan, Kansas, and a Drag Queen Christmas show guaranteed to delight, there is always something playing that will appeal to a diverse blend of people, meaning even the pickiest music or comedy lovers in your traveling group will find a show that appeals.

Sit, Sip, and Savor

Although the Tulsa Theater doesn’t offer a full bar, it does serve beer, wine, and soft drinks, ensuring that patrons of all ages will stay well hydrated during the shows played here. Most performances will be family friendly ones, but occasionally they provide adults-only shows, something that will be noted when you purchase tickets. Ticket prices vary, on average beginning at $35 and occasionally topping out at $297, depending on the show you watch, and most costs will fit nicely into the tightest of vacation budgets.

After the Show

As much as you will enjoy the music, comedy, and lights that accompany a night at the theater, coming home to our StayInTulsaOK vacation havens will give you even more to look forward to at the end of every day. Reserve your favorite escape today!

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