Bridgefest

The Bridges Foundation Presents

Bridgefest

The Brothers Moore, Fifth Element, BC & The Big Rig, Tallgrass 66, November

Sat Jun 01

Doors: 6:30 pm (event ends at 11:00 pm)

Cain's Ballroom

Tulsa, OK

$10

This event is all ages


Tickets $10

Sponsorship information is available here.

Drinks, Silent Auction & More

The evening includes live music, drinks, silent auction and more!

Acts are subject to change without notice!

Bridgefest
Bridgefest
Concert series benefiting The Bridges Foundation.
The Brothers Moore
The Brothers Moore
Musicians residing in Tulsa, OK.
Fifth Element
Fifth Element
A power packed, dual fronted, party band covering Rock 'n Roll and Dance favorites from the 80's to today's top 40 Hits! Guaranteed to make ya wanna move!
BC & The Big Rig
BC & The Big Rig
Brandon Clark (BC) had a vision of a rock band...

BC & The Big Rig brings a wall of sound with powerful groovy riffs, screaming lead guitar, and a slamming rhythm section. Add in 4-part harmonies and the sound is soul-quenching and powerful. There are no boundaries with The Big Rig. They can craft witty 3-minute radio hits, or jam Allman Brothers style until the sun comes up. But one thing is certain, true music fans will appreciate The Big Rig.

It is no wonder they have shared the stage with the likes of The Turnpike Troubadours, Jason Boland and The Stragglers, Gene Simmons of Kiss, The Kentucky Headhunters, .38 Special, Charley Crockett, Leon Russell, Taddy Porter, Casey Donahue, Old Dominion, and other notable national acts.. The Big Rig brings the rock in venues large and small. They have slayed legendary stages like Gruene Hall, Cain's Ballroom, The Cotillion, and the Wormy Dog saloon. It doesn't matter if they are in front of 4000 people at The Criterion in Oklahoma City, or 40 people at Buck's Bar and Grill in Venice, Nebraska, The Big Rig will bring the party.
Tallgrass 66
Tallgrass 66
A band residing in Tulsa, OK.
November
November
November is a folk rock acoustic duo consisting of Greg Hosterman and Devan Yanik. They met in high school in Tulsa, Ok and started performing together in 1989. There first public performace was Tulsa mayfest in 1990. They attended Rhodes College in Memphis, TN from 1990-1992 and began performing at local venues around town. During their summer breaks, they would go back to Tulsa and play local venues and festivals. Over the years, they have opened for such artists as The Indigo Girls, Leo Kottke, Jackopierce, Vertical Horizon, and other regional artists. You can now find them playing in the Tulsa area along with some shows in Memphis.
They have released four albums: "Singin' On the Way", "Bonfire", "Poets and Priests". and "Let the Light In". Over the years they won several local music awards including "Best Acoustic Duo" and "Most Popular Band" in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
Venue Information:
Cain's Ballroom
423 N Main St.
Tulsa, OK, 74103
http://www.cainsballroom.com