Open-air dining in the heart of downtown Tulsa, an evening with friends, some of the best food our city has the offer, and music from some of Tulsa’s finest musicians—interested?
The Tavern Restaurant and This Land Press have joined together to present Sounds of Reconciliation, an event that offers all this in addition to the opportunity to help raise funds for the Greenwood Cultural Center, an organization dedicated to the preservation of the history of Tulsa’s north side, the history of the Tulsa Race Riot and Tulsa’s African American community.
Dinner for table seating, which will be in the street at Main just north of Brady, will be served by The Tavern and will feature a buffet full of the mainstays of its famous Sunday afternoon family-style dinner. Brats and more from Fassler Hall will also be available for purchase at the event.
On the stage will be members of JFJO, plus some of Tulsa’s finest musicians: Chris Combs, Josh Raymer, Jesse Aycock, Charlie Redd, Tavis Minner, Tammy Hamilton, Brandi Hamilton, Valerie Collins, Adrion Robbins, Damian Rozell, Jason Brown, Jeff Porter, and more.
Yes, really. And they’ll be playing music from the Gap Band, Leon Russell, and a variety of traditional gospel. Unforgettable won’t begin to describe it.
Table seating is $75 (a bargain for dinner, a concert, a donation, and a one-of-a-kind experience), and general admission tickets are $25. You can pick them up at Dwelling Spaces (119 S. Detroit) or Fassler Hall (304 S. Elgin), or you can purchase them online, at soundstulsa.eventbrite.com.
After you pick up your tickets, let your friends know that you’ll be joining us for Sounds of Reconciliation by RSVPing here.