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Multi-purpose arena hosting indoor sports and major artists. Home to the Tulsa Ice Oilers (hockey), Tulsa Talons (arena football), and the Tulsa Shock (WNBA).
Address: 200 S. Denver
Web site: www.bokcenter.com
This multiplex is home to several different event venues including the QuikTrip Center, Exchange Center, and Central Park where they host trade shows; conventions; home and garden shows; boat, sport and travel shows; gun and knife shows; arts, crafts and collectible shows; and fundraising galas. Also, the Pavilion hosts concerts; fundraising galas; sporting events; agriculture shows; circuses; and meetings. The Ford Truck Arena, Mustang Arena, and Super Duty Arena host horse shows; rodeos; and dog shows.
Address: 4145 E. 21st St.
Web site: www.exposquare.com
Lorton Performance Center
Concert hall with seating for 700 on two floors. Completed in 2011, the building serves as the new home for the School of Music and the Film Studies Department. The Roxana Rózsa and Robert Eugene Lorton Performance Center, located on Gary Place on the east end of Harwell Field, is TU's showcase facility for the musical and performance arts.
Address: 550 S. Gary Place
Web site: http://www.utulsa.edu/
The Mabee Center is a special events arena located on the beautiful campus of Oral Roberts University. Opened in 1972, the Mabee Center is the home of the Golden Eagles basketball teams. This facility hosts concerts, plays, and speakers. The 105,000 square foot facility, can seat 11,300.
Address: 7777 South Lewis
Web site: http://mabeecenter.com/
Tulsa Performing Arts Center
The Tulsa PAC hosts regular performances by the Tulsa Opera, Tulsa Ballet, and Tulsa Symphony Orchestra. Arts organizations that use the hall also include Chamber Music Tulsa, Tulsa Oratorio Chorus, Celebrity Attractions Broadway Series, American Theater Company, Theatre Tulsa, Theatre North, Tulsa Town Hall and LOOK.
Address: 110 East 2nd Street
Web site: http://tulsapac.com/
VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education
The VanTrease PACE opened in September of 1996. It seats 1,500 patrons at a maximum capacity, and the main level of seating holds just over 1,100, with 316 seats in the balcony and 60 box seats. The hall houses the college's Music and Theatre Departments as well as the Signature Symphony at TCC. In 2002 the PACE Expansion was opened adding a Recording Studio with state-of-the-art equipment, a Black Box studio theatre, two dressing rooms, a large scene shop with storage space, a welding shop, and a Rehearsal/Performance room with spring board floors for dancers.
Address: 10300 East 81st Street
Web site: http://www.tulsacc.edu/12764/
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