Tulsa Hard Rock Casino Opens New Dance Hall

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Tulsa is celebrating the opening of Track 5, Tulsa’s latest live music dance hall, on Feb. 1.

“The design of Track 5 pays homage to Oklahoma’s rich Honky Tonk roots,” said Martin Medwell, senior director of marketing at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa. “Our guests love music, and many are loyal country fans. We are confident that Track 5 will become new local fans. The nationwide lineup of artists and production quality of venues will map Track 5 locally.”

The new venue is home to a stage designed for live entertainment that houses local, local, and local artists. Guests can enjoy some two-steps on a 1,200-square-foot wooden dance floor or park their cars right up to the full service bar, featuring 30 taps and extensive bourbon selection. The venue includes a two-story VIP mezzanine, great to hear country legends or today’s rising people performing on stage.

The opening of track 5 begins. It’s a private, invite-only show featuring country legend Tanya Tucker on Feb. 1.

The lineup through February, the month of free and public-facing shows, includes a performance by multi-platinum artist Sammy Kershaw on Feb. 15, followed by three shows: Oklahoma’s own Restless Mind on Feb. 20, Jason Boland and Stragglers on Feb. 21 and the Swone Brothers on Feb. 22.

“As a hard rock, it was imperative to design a place to deliver a true experience that was all about music,” said Madewell. “The idea started with an ode to ‘Tulsa Time,’ the fifth track from the legendary Don Williams album Expressions. Through this step, we came across a bizarre coincidence of an Oklahoma tie that was included on track 5 of the album by four other iconic artists. With the discovery, there was no doubt that we had the name Track 5.”

The four other artists who have released albums with Williams” “Expressions” featuring a fifth track about Oklahoma or Tulsa include “The Ramblin’ Man” by Waylon Jennings, “Leon Russell and the Shelter People” by Leon Russell, “Honkytonkville” by George Strait and “Kenny” by Kenny Rogers

Eric Clapton also recorded “Tulsa Time” for his 1978 album Backless. The following year, Clapton donated one of his guitars to the Hard Rock Cafe in London so that he could hang it over his favorite spot in the cafe. The gift launched the legendary collection of memorabilia from Hard Rock, which led the brand to international fame.

Track 5 is part of a 65,000-square-foot expansion that began in April 2018. The new two-story casino has 450 new electronic and table games, as well as Tulsa’s newest poker room and a 7,000-square-foot multi-purpose event center. The casino and poker room will open with Track 5. 슬롯사이트 순위

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