The Guthrie Green’s first anniversary
How about some symphony and roots music on the lawn?
Photo by Aaron Stephenson, courtesy of the Guthrie Green.
The Guthrie Green is a year old, believe it or not, and Tulsa’s celebrating with symphonic sounds and fireworks. The Tulsa Symphony will have a free concert on the green, 111 E. Brady St., at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6. The one-hour performance will be followed by fireworks set off against the downtown skyline. How’s that for photo worthy? This weekend also marks the return of the popular Tulsa Roots Rocks the Green concert series. Beginning at 2:30 p.m., three music acts will take turns on the outdoor stage, and because it’s from Tulsa Roots Music, you know the acts (local or international) are going to awesome. Opening weekend has Joe West & the Santa Fe Revue (Americana), the Plateros (Native blues rock) and Grupo Fantasma (Latin funk). It’s all free, and there’s always plenty for the kids to enjoy. Look for TRR shows every Sunday from 2:30-6:30 p.m. For more, see the events schedule at www.guthriegreen.com.