BOK CENTER WELCOMES OVER 200 PERFORMING ARTS LOCAL STUDENTS TO CARRIE UNDERWOOD’S DENIM & RHINESTONES TOUR DATE THROUGH ASM GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP
Eight-time GRAMMY Award-winning country superstar Carrie Underwood put on a spectacular performance in her home state of Oklahoma at the BOK Center stop of her DENIM & RHINESTONES TOUR. The crowd included more than 200 Oklahoma Performing Arts students from the non-profit’s Tulsa and Broken Arrow communities, kicking off the ASM Global partnership with the Oklahoma Performing Arts students to periodically attend events and creative workshops at the BOK Center.
“ASM Global — Tulsa is proud to partner with Oklahoma Performing Arts students and welcome them to the BOK Center last night to experience Oklahoma native Carrie Underwood’s Tulsa performance on her DENIM & RHINESTONES TOUR. We look forward to continuing our partnership by hosting students at upcoming events and hosting creative workshops at our venues,” shared Bryan Crowe, vice president and general manager for ASM Global — Tulsa.
In Tulsa, ASM Global and ASM Global employees actively partner with local nonprofits and community organizations to donate time and talent, provide philanthropic and engagement support, and host community-centered events at the venues.
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About ASM Global:
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About BOK Center:
BOK Center is Tulsa’s state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue that opened in fall 2008. The 19,199-seat arena is home to the ECHL Tulsa Oilers. BOK Center was designed to host major concerts, family shows, ice shows, and other world class entertainment. Owned by the City Of Tulsa, BOK Center is part of Vision 2025, a project to grow economic and community infrastructure for future generations. In 2016 and 2018, BOK Center was named Arena of the Year by the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA). The facility won the 2018 Venue Excellence Award from the International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM).