Things have been quieter at OneOK Field this summer, with no minor league baseball season and a short collegiate league season, but it won’t be quiet forever.
The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra plans to kick off their fall season with an open-air, physically distanced concert at OneOK Field on Saturday, September 5.
If it rains, they will reschedule the show for the next day. The stadium will only be at 19% capacity to help with physical distancing, so tickets are limited.
Just like a Drillers game, the night will end with a fireworks display.
For ticket information, click here.