TULSA, OK -- Additional tickets have been made available for Monday evening's Miley Cyrus concert in Tulsa.
In a news release Monday morning, the BOK Center reports the additional seats were made available after the concert stage was set up and they found additional seats could be released for Miley Cyrus' concert.
The BOK Center says these new tickets will be sold exclusively through paperless ticket delivery, which means fans will not receive a physical concert ticket.
Concert goers just need to bring the credit card used for the ticket purchase and their government issued photo ID to the concert. All members of the ticket purchaser's party must be present at the same time to enter the venue. The venue's ticket usher will swipe their credit card upon entry and present each person in their party with seat locator slips for quick access into the show.
To purchase paperless tickets for the BOK Center show visit www.bokcenter.com.
Tulsa Police say if you are not going to the Miley Cyrus concert Monday evening at the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa, you might want to avoid the downtown area.
Crowds in excess of 13,000 are anticipated to attend Miley's concert.
As in previous concerts at the BOK Center, police say Third Street between Denver Avenue and Frisco Avenue and the south curb lane of 1st Street between Denver Avenue and Frisco Avenue will be closed until after the concert Monday evening.
Frisco Avenue between 1st Street and 3rd Street will be closed from 8:00 PM to Midnight.
In addition, Denver Avenue between 1st Street and 6th Street and 3rd Street between Cheyenne Avenue and Houston Avenue may be restricted to traffic before and after Monday's event.
The concert begins at 7 p.m. with the doors to the BOK Center opening at 5 p.m.