Tulsa, Oklahoma. (KTUL) — The 39th OKM Music Festival kicked off on June 8th with five days of music for the whole family.
The main stage opened at 4:30pm on June 8, featuring family-friendly activities and food trucks.
Other activities that night included performances by Jim Green the Magician, Mats Torling and the Mad Men, and Voctab.
More local food trucks made an appearance on June 9, with performances by Jessel’s Dobson, Buffalo Rome: The Music of Laurel Canyon, and Lee Greenwood.
The performance is scheduled to start at 10:00 am on Saturday, June 10th and run until 8:00 pm.
Performances include Ad Lib Singers, Tulsa Quartet, Tempe Brown, Isaac McClung, Time For Three and more.
Brunch is served at noon during the Tulsa Quartet.
Sunday, June 11th starts at 1pm with sweet tea and brownies.
The June 11th performance will feature Katie Mahan (pre-concert talk), Brent Giddens, Pearl Grace & Company, and Katie Nicholl.
The final day of the festival will be on Monday, June 12th at 5:30pm with wine, appetizers, coffee and desserts.
Featuring the Tulsa Youth Baroque Orchestra, the Escher Quartet, Katie Mahan and more.
Children aged 0-12 get free tickets each day.
Tickets for ages 13-21 are $36.
General tickets are $57 and VIP tickets are $78.
Links to buy tickets and more information can be found here.