Voctave, an 11-member a capella group, performs on June 9.

OKM’s acclaimed Music Festival enters its 39th season this June and remains Oklahoma’s premier and longest running music festival. Tickets are now on sale.

The festival kicks off in Bartlesville on Thursday, June 8, with a “Night of Harmony” at Unity Square. Watch Jim Green perform his family friendly magic tricks. Next, enjoy internationally renowned violinist and two-time Grammy Award winning, Mads Tolling & The Mads Men celebrating music from the '60s. Goers will also enjoy food trucks, kid’s activities, and more. This event is free.

Also on Thursday, June 8, join us for a very special concert on the main stage at the Marie Foster Performing Arts Hall located in The Center. Voctave, an 11-member a capella group, will delight the audiences with the diversity of beloved classics from “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah” to “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” to an Andrew Sisters Medley. Voctave has received acclaim with multiple No. 1 songs and albums on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify. This concert is a ticketed event.

The big night will take place on Friday, June 9, “Under the Stars” at the popular and beloved Woolaroc. The evening’s entertainment includes an all-star lineup from upcoming Oklahoma artist Jecelle Dobson, a fan favorite Buffalo Rome: The Music of Laurel Canyon, and headliner legendary Grammy, ACM and CMA award winning Lee Greenwood. Enjoy cuisine of locally-owned food trucks. There will also be games for kids and fireworks.  

On Saturday, June 10, at The Center, OKM Music is excited to present a “Music Panorama” featuring two-time Grammy-award winning Time for Three. Bonded by an uncommon blend of their instruments and fused together with their voices, Charles Yang (violin/vocals), Nick Kendall (violin/vocals), and Ranaan Meyer (double bass/vocals) will blow you away with their instrumental and vocal performance.

“And Sings My Soul” sets the tone for a Sunday, June 11, concert at The Center with Pearlgrace & Co. starting off the evening with a performance of beautiful hymns and joyful bluegrass. The evening headlines Katy Nichole, a praise and worship singer songwriter. Katy Nichole has had a swift trajectory to the top of the charts. Smashing records at record speed with the launch of her debut single, “In Jesus Name (God of Possible),” Nichole has become one of the biggest success stories.  

The Festival finale will be at the Tulsa Garden’s Mansion, in Tulsa, on Monday, June 12, for an elegant evening where the Tulsa Honors Baroque Orchestra will begin the evening with a beautiful concert on the terrace followed by Escher Quartet’s performance of profound musical insight and rare tonal beauty. This distinctive quartet serves as the season artists of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. End the evening in the Mansion South Room for a breathtaking candlelight Mozart serenade with internationally acclaimed pianist Katie Mahan. All the while, sit back, sip on wine and enjoy a gentle summer breeze while admiring the Tulsa Gardens.  

For ticket information and a complete list of events, times, locations and restrictions visit okmmusic.org or call 918-336-9900.  


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