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Victory Presents "Risen"


Friday, Saturday, and Sunday April 3-5

Pastors Paul & Ashley Daugherty invite you to join us this Easter weekend at VICTORY to experience the story of Jesus like never before, as we present our live, onstage drama “RISEN.” This year’s production portrays the miracle of Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection with a cast of over 200 actors, live animals, and special effects. Victory’s Easter Production is an event for the whole family and will quickly become one of your favorite Easter traditions.

 Date & Time:

Friday, April 3rd at 7pm

Saturday, April 4th at 5 and 7pm

Sunday, April 5th at 9,11am & 6:00pm. 




7700 S. Lewis Avenue

 Tulsa, OK 74137


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Admission is free

Bootlegger's Union

Frontman Joe Rentie belts it out as the lead singer and rhythm guitarist while being backed by a high class, fret-burning lead guitarist named Joe Spring. Those two would be worthless without the stick slinging drummer, Josh Fox.  Bootlegger's Union is a country cover band putting their own twist on old and new songs you know and love.  More at


Koven is fronted by singer/songwriter Robby VanVekoven who also plays rhythm guitar.  They are a rockin' country and southern rock band based in McAlester, OK playing mostly songs you know by your favorite artists, but also a few of their own originals. The rest of the band includes Ben Thomas (Lead Guitar/Back up Vocals), Michael Roberson (Drums/Back up Vocals), and Steve Dunigan (Bass Guitar).  More at

FM Pilots

Formed in the summer of 2010, the FM Pilots' immediate chemistry allowed them to successfully break their self-titled EP in the fall of that year, which was quickly embraced by local radio and even gained national exposure via digital radio services such as Pandora Radio. Hard work, a strong following and an increasing buzz has landed them spots on Vans Warped Tour, showcases during SXSW, Center of the Universe Festival, Chevy Music Showcase, and even given them a chance to play next to notable acts such as OneRepublic, Hot Chelle Rae, Neon Trees, MUTEMATH, OK GO, Meyer Hawthorne, AWOLNATION, Young The Giant, Cold War Kids, Twenty One Pilots, and many others. Locally, the band has won the title of "2013 Absolute Best Rock/Pop" from Urban Tulsa Weekly. The band has gained attention from KMYZ (104.5 FM), KMOD (97.5 FM), KHITS (106.9 FM), KRSC (91.3 FM), KTUL 8, CW 12/19, KOTV 6, KWTV 9, FOX 23, Urban Tulsa Weekly and have also been promoted heavily by Tulsa's rock station Z104.5 The Edge on their 2010, 2011 & 2012 Homegroan CD. You can find FM Pilots at all major digital retailers such as iTunes, Amazon and Rhapsody, or grab physical CDs from their official website (

In 2015, the band released their newest singe/music video, "Start Up", which was selected for rotation in 700+ UK establishments on the first day of release. The group is currently writing new material for their upcoming album and working on securing regional support slots in addition to the existing dates they already have booked throughout 2015. The band stays active with their fans using Facebook at The band is Nick Whitaker (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Joshua Kephart (Lead Guitar, Vocals), Joe Blanck (Drums), and Cody David (Bass).

Tears for Fears at the Brady Theater

Essential 80’s band Tears for Fears will rock the Brady Theater on Tuesday, June 16th. Tickets for the concert will go on sale Friday, March 27th at 10am. Tickets can be purchased online at, at Starship Records and all Reasor’s Location. Tickets may also be purchased by phone at 866-977-6849. Begining 3/27 at 10am tickets can be purchased at

An omnipresent fixture in the early days of music video, Tears For Fears brought Orzabal and Smith into the pop music spotlight via their 1983 debut album The Hurting, a sophisticated collection of inward-looking, electro-tinged pop songs including “Mad World” (recently covered to enormous international success by Gary Jules on the “Donnie Darko” soundtrack), “Pale Shelter” and “Change,” all Top 10 hits in the band’s British homeland. The Bath-based duo, longtime friends and prior members of youthful band Graduate, never anticipated the even greater success that would greet them next, however. 1985’s Songs From The Big Chair was an international sensation, boasting three Top 5 singles in the U.S. alone (dual No. 1’s “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” and “Shout,” and “Head Over Heels”) and catapulting the pair to superstardom. 

Catch Tears for Fears at the Brady Theater Tuesday, June 16th.  For more information visit

Brandi Carlile at Cain’s Ballroom (Postponed)

The Brandi Carlile Show has been postponed for tonight due to Carlile having  laryngitis. For more information visit

Americana rocker Brandi Carlile will bring her Firewatcher’s Daughter tour to the Cain’s Ballroom on Wednesday, June 3rd. Tickets for the concert will go on sale Friday, February 27th at 10am. Tickets can be purchased at the Cain’s Box Office and by phone at 877-4-FLYTIX or online at www.cainsballroom. $1 per ticket will be donated to a charity of Brandi's choice.

“Everyone needs to be risking something,” says Seattle-based singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile. She’s discussing the M.O. behind The Firewatcher’s Daughter, her stunning new release – her first for artist-friendly indie label ATO. The 12-song collection marks a triumphant return after a three-year recording hiatus, and her strongest, most rock & roll album to date. “Rock & roll music as a genre always has a sense of erratic recklessness to it,” she says. “It can’t really be rehearsed – in fact, rehearsal can kill it. On this album, each song has its honest rock & roll moment, even the ballads; it’s between the point where you’ve learned the song enough to get through it, but you don’t have any control over it yet.” Since her heralded, genre-defying 2005 Columbia debut, Carlile and her indispensable collaborators, Tim and Phil Hanseroth, aka The Twins, have always offered listeners both control and abandon, often within a single song. The most well-known Brandi Carlile tunes, 2007’s “The Story” and 2012’s “That Wasn’t Me,” are dynamic journeys in themselves, encompassing myriad emotions and varied stylistic touches; “The Story” morphs from understated balladry to epic stadium rock, while “That Wasn’t Me” effortlessly straddles country soul and pop gospel. Infused with Carlile’s clarion voice, The Twins’ tight sibling harmonies, and stellar musicianship from everyone, it all simply sounds like Brandi Carlile.

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Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors at the Cain’s Ballroom

Drew Holcomb will be performing at the Cain’s Ballroom on Wednesday, April 15th . Tickets for the events can be purchased at Tickets start at just $14 (plus fees).

This event is all ages

Advance $14 | Day of Show $16 | Door $16 | Mezzanine (21+) $28  There is a $2 fee that applies to each ticket purchased at the Cain's Box Office.  No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!  Oklahoma Joe’s will be serving their full menu from 7pm – 9pm.

About Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors

Some artists are able to articulate a vision at the very beginning of their career, while others hone their craft over time, growing into their vision as they mature.  "I am definitely in the latter category," explains Drew Holocomb, a Tennessee-born, duck hunting, French speaking, bourbon drinking, 1st edition book collecting, golf playing Eagle Scout with a Masters degree in Divinity from Scotland's University of St Andrews (he wrote his dissertation on "Springsteen and American Redemptive Imagination") who has spent the better part of the past decade as a professional musician -- recording, writing, and touring with his band Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors.  Since releasing their first album, 2005's "Washed In Blue," Drew & The Neighbors (Ellie Holcomb, Nathan Dugger, Rich Brinsfield) have established themselves as a formidable indie act, selling more than 75,000 records, playing more than 1,500 live dates, selling-out headline shows, and touring alongside such varied acts as The Avett Brothers, Ryan Adams, Los Lobos, NEEDTOBREATHE, Susan Tedeschi, North Mississippi Allstars, Marc Broussard, and more. Their songs have been used in countless television shows and commercials, most notably in TNT's Emmy Award winning 2011 Christmas Day "NBA Forever" spot, which paired the song "Live Forever" with a mesmerizing montage of past and present NBA video footage.  The hard work has paid off with the band's sixth album "Good Light" showcasing Drew's signature brand of singer/songwriter Americana in its finest form yet. Recorded live at Ardent Studios in Memphis, "Good Light" arrives shortly following Drew's 30th birthday and the birth of his first child, daughter Emmylou (named for -- you guessed it -- Emmylou Harris), with wife and band-mate Ellie Holcomb. I think about my daughter every time I sing the title track, how I want to sing it over her when she is old enough to start understanding the world of truth and consequence," says the Memphis native who now calls Nashville home.  "This album perfectly tells the story for a new stage in my life," explains Drew "On past albums I was searching for my voice, both literally and figuratively. I co-wrote a lot of songs, peppered the music with too many influences, and let too many other voices in my head." With this album, Drew dedicated himself to the process of songwriting, stripping away extra layers, ridding himself of past boundaries and expectations. He wrote more than 40 songs for "Good Light," mostly alone on his 1934 Gibson Archtop, eventually whittling the selections down to a final 12 tracks.  Drawing from personal experience to craft songs that speak to all of us, Drew explores the universal need to find meaning and joy in the midst of heartbreak and disappointment throughout "Good Light." The last song on the album Tomorrow opens with the lyric, 'Nothing ever turns out like you thought it would.' It's a theme that permeates the album.  "I have been through really difficult things," Drew continues. "When I was 17, I lost my younger brother, and have lived through the grief of that great absence. On the other hand, I have experienced the joy of being married to the girl I always wanted, and have been loved really well by her... Everyone has all these different ingredients; our geography, our family, our interests, the places we have been and the places we long to see, the loves we have found and the loves we have lost. Each of us has a story, and it's the only one we can tell. With this album I'm telling my story, in the hope that it helps other people tell theirs."

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CANCELLED - Bob Schneider at the Cain's Ballroom

Bob Schneider Fri, 3/13/2015 Cain's Ballroom This event has been canceled.  Online orders will be refunded automatically.  A refund will be issued to the credit card used to make the purchase.  You will receive a refund confirmation via email.  Please allow 5 to 7 business days for funds to appear back in your account.  Box office purchases can be refunded at point of purchase. If you have any questions, contact Ticketfly Customer Support.  Please include the name of the event and your confirmation number in all correspondence.

Kate Voegele at the Cains Ballroom

Kate Voegele will be performing at the Cain’s Ballroom on Monday, February 2nd. Tickets for the events can be purchased at Tickets start at just $13 (plus fees).

This event is all ages

Advance $13 | Day of Show $15 | Door $15  There is a $2 fee that applies to each ticket purchased at the Cain's Box Office.  Cain's Ballroom will be scaled down for this event.  No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!

About Kate Voegele

Hailing from a little suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, Kate Voegele first picked up a guitar at age 15. Influenced by the rock and roll history of the city and her father's songwriting, she began to pen her own songs from the minute she learned to play her first three chords. Voegele embraced this newfound passion, recording her first EP during her freshman year of high school, and soon after landed gigs alongside artists like Counting Crows and John Mayer. Those shows quickly led to attention from labels in New York and LA, and Kate spent the majority of her high school years diving headfirst into a career in music.  After high school, Voegele decided to attend Ohio's Miami University, where she quickly found new inspiration, and simultaneously found herself uploading song after song to her MySpace page. Kate managed to get the attention of the social network's founder, Tom Anderson, and just a few weeks later, she became MySpace Records' first signed artist. In spring of 2007 Voegele finished recording her first full-length record with Marshall Altman in LA and decided to swap her text books in for a tour bus and a year full of shows throughout the US. Over the next couple of years Voegele toured the country playing hundreds of shows. While traveling through LA, Kate auditioned on a whim and would eventually land the role of Mia Catalano on the CW show, "One Tree Hill." What was supposed to be a two-episode run became a four-season recurrence, and Kate found herself performing eleven of her original songs to millions of viewers over the course of the show. Record sales jumped dramatically after Voegele's first appearance on the show, and she was subsequently upstreamed to Interscope Records in January of 2008. At this point Kate toured internationally with artists like Natasha Bedingfield and Jordin Sparks. She split her time between the road and the television set, and released a second full-length, "A Fine Mess," in spring of 2009.  After her first two records sold over 500,000 units, Voegele signed with ATO Records in 2011, releasing "Gravity Happens." She spent the next two years continuing to tour the US and Europe, writing new songs from airplane window seats and ultimately embarking on a new chapter in her life. In fall of 2013, Voegele moved her home base from LA to Nashville, getting back to her songwriter roots. Being in Music City has given Kate the opportunity to work with writers like Nathan Chapman and Liz Rose, and open up opportunities to work with the country's best creative talents. With over a dozen new songs in tow, Voegele is planning an EP in for late fall '14, followed by her fourth full-length album slated for next spring.

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