OKLAHOMA CITY – February is a big month for music in Oklahoma. The EPIC News Network has compiled a list of the concerts and acts ready to take over the two biggest stages in the state. So mark your calendars for these concerts coming soon.
February 4 – TobyMac brings his Hits Deep Tour 2020 to the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. TobyMac, a Grammy Award winning Christian rap/contemporary artist, will be joined by Tauren Wells, Jordan Feliz, We Are Messengers, Ryan Stevenson, Aaron Cole and Cochren & Co.
February 5 – Celine Dion takes the stage at Tulsa’s BOK Center. The “Courage World Tour” is Celine Dion’s first U.S. concert tour in a decade.
February 7 – Miranda Lambert will rock the BOK Center with her Wildcard tour. The concert will feature special guests Randy Rogers Band and Parker McCollum.
February 8 – Winter Jam will warm you up at the BOK Center. This concert will feature several Christian artists teaming up for one night of music. Headlining Winter Jam is artist Crowder. Joining Crowder will be Hillsong Young and Free, Passion, Speaker Louie Giglio, Andy Mineo, Building 429, Red, Austin French, Speaker Greg Stiller, Speaker Zane Black, Riley Clemmons, New Song. Arrive early for the Pre-Jam performances of Ballenger and Zauntee.
February 9 – The BOK Center heating up for a second night in February with international Latin music sensation Pitbull. The award winning artist and producer will be in Tulsa for his new tour which features music inspired by his father’s quest for freedom.
February 21 – DaBaby is rolling into the BOK after blowing up 2019 with his new album Baby. Rapper and songwriter DaBaby is also celebrating the release of his new album Kirk, named after his late father. He will be joined live with special guest Lil Durk.
February 22 – Brantly Gilbert is bringing his Fired Up country music tour to the BOK stage. Special guests Dylan Scott and Brandon Lay will join him live on this tour stop in Tulsa.
February 28 – Chesapeake Energy Arena will host Jason Aldean’s Ride All Night Tour in Oklahoma City. Country music’s Morgan Wallen, Riley Green and Dee Jay Silver will all join Aldean on stage for this concert.