Downtown welcomes music from around the world.
Saturday, April 18 –
Ready to embark upon its second year, Tulsa Roots Music Bash is officially an annual event. This year, the seven hours of music and fun that echoes from downtown Tulsa’s Guthrie Green will take place on Saturday, April 18. From 2:30 until 9:30 p.m., music from all over the world, including Latin, R&B, reggae, West African, Middle Eastern and other rocking genres, will entertain audiences alongside activities, community booths and local food and brews. Featured artists include the Los Lonely Boys, Latin rock; The English Beat, British ska; Rocky Dawuni, African reggae and rhythms; Joe Driscoll & Sekou Kouyate, hip-hop meets African polyrhythm; Calliope Circus performance art; and Perizad of Elysium Bellydance. There will be a kids arts and crafts tent hosted by Zarrow Center from 2:30 until 4:30 p.m., and Oklahoma craft beers will be flowing at Lucky’s on the Green. Enjoy good music in good company at one of Tulsa’s newest happenings. The bash is free and open to the public. For more information, visit www.tulsarootsmusic.org or www.guthriegreen.com.