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Bank of Oklahoma Center is a multi-use arena found in the city of Tulsa, the Oklahoma state. The arena which is also referred to as the BOK Center has a capacity of about 19,199 seats. The arena is constructed to host different sporting events including hockey, basketball, arena football as well as concerts. The construction of the arena cost nearly 8 million publicly funded as well as million privately funded.
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Thu May.04.201707:00 pm
Hall and Oates & Tears For Fears
Tue May.09.201708:00 pm
Chance The Rapper
Thu May.11.201707:30 pm
Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
Tue May.16.201707:00 pm
The Chainsmokers
Wed May.24.201707:30 pm
New Kids On The Block, Paula Abdul & Boyz II Men
Thu Jun.01.201708:00 pm
Roger Waters
Mon Jun.05.201708:00 pm
Journey & Asia
Sat Jun.10.201707:00 pm
Luke Bryan & Brett Eldredge
Thu Jun.22.201707:00 pm
Chris Stapleton, Anderson East & Brent Cobb
Thu Jul.27.201707:00 pm
Florida Georgia Line, Nelly & Chris Lane
Sat Aug.12.201706:45 pm
Built Ford Tough Series: PBR - Professional Bull Riders
Sun Aug.13.201701:45 pm
Built Ford Tough Series: PBR - Professional Bull Riders
Thu Aug.17.201707:30 pm
Ed Sheeran

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Bank Of Oklahoma Center 200 South Denver, Tulsa, OK, 74103

Bank of Oklahoma Center’s design is completed by the architect César Pelli. The Bank of Oklahoma bought the naming rights of the arena in a deal of million. The arena is under operation and management of SMG. And the occupant of the BOK Center now is the hockey team Tulsa Oilers. Also, the center is hosting some NBA preseason games and it is in search to draw other main sporting events.

The first concert to be hosted in the arena was a concert by The Eagles, and that was in September 2008. And over its history, a lot of big names have stopped by the arena including for example Kenny Chesney, Lady Gaga, Billy Joel, Elton John, Taylor Swift, Jonas Brothers and the list is very long. The first main sport event to appear at the arena was an NBA preseason game between Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder in October 2008.

In addition to Tulsa Oilers, other teams take the arena as home to their games including the arena football team Tulsa Talons, NBA women team Tulsa Shock that was called Detroit Shock. In 2010, the collegiate event men’s basketball tournament was held in the arena and the basketball championship of NCAA men’s Division I in 20011. The PBR moved their Built Ford Tough Series to the arena before they used to be hosted at the Tulsa Convention Center prior to 2009.

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