Tulsa Music Festival

Good sounds for a good cause.

The Tulsa Symphony performs at the Guthrie Green. Photo by Aaron Stephenson, courtesy Guthrie Green.

The Tulsa Symphony performs at the Guthrie Green. Photo by Aaron Stephenson, courtesy Guthrie Green.

Saturday, May 24, 2-10 p.m.

Supporting a good cause sounds good at the Tulsa Music Festival, especially when the sounds are coming from the likes of Steve Liddell, We the Ghost, the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra and other local musicians. Presented by the nonprofit Tulsa Night Out, the festival benefits Project Reach of Tulsa and the Tulsa SPCA while it showcases great local talent. The festival begins at 2 p.m. at the Guthrie Green, 111 E. Brady St., with activities for families, arts and crafts vendors and probably more than a few food trucks on hand. The afternoon progresses into an evening of live entertainment leading up to the Tulsa Drumline and the Tulsa Symphony performing music outside of its usual repertoire – Led Zeppelin, Queen, Lorde and more. The event is free. For more, visit www.tulsamusicfestival.com.

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