March Music: Save The Dates For The Biggest Concerts This Month

by Hunter McLaughlin

OKLAHOMA CITY – March is another big month for music in Oklahoma.  We want to make sure you do not miss out on the biggest acts taking over the biggest stages in the Sooner State. So mark your calendars for these upcoming concerts.

March 6 – Lauren Daigle. Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Two-time GRAMMY award winner Lauren Daigle opened 2020 with her first arena tour as the headliner.  “The Lauren Daigle World Tour” stops in Oklahoma City along with folk/soul duo Johnny Swim.

March 12 – Cher.  Chesapeake Energy Arena. 12th. Cher’s here we go again tour.

Here we go again…and again…and again.  Cher announced she will be extending her “Here We Go Again Tour” due to overwhelming demand.  That extension will benefit her fans in Oklahoma because she added the Chesapeake Energy Arena to the tour stops.  Cher’s tour will also feature special guests Nile Rodgers and CHIC.  

March 12 – KISS – The BOK Center

Attention KISS Army, this is your final tour.  The KISS “End of the Road Tour” will rock the BOK in mid-March.  Tulsa will be Rocking and Rolling all night long as the legendary band plays their way off a touring schedule.  The band will be joined by special guest David Lee Smith.

March 20. Dan+Shay. The BOK center.

Rising country singers Dan+Shay will headline their first arena world tour in 2020 with special guests the band Camino and Ingrid Andress. The group had early success with their self-titled album “Dan+shay.” 

March 21. MercyMe 2020 Tour. Chesapeake Energy Arena

The legendary Christian band MercyMe will bring their 2020 tour back to the state where a feature film about the band’s smash hit “I Can Only Imagine” was filmed.   “I Can Only Imagine,” shot the group to fame as it topped charts for both Christian and contemporary music. The 2020 Tour will also feature artists Jeremy Camp and David Leonard.

March 21. TobyMac Hits Deep Tour.  The BOK center

TobyMac fans in Tulsa save the date. Toby is bringing his “Hits Deep Tour” to The BOK Center.  The show comes on the heels of the tour’s stop in Oklahoma City last month. He will once again be joined by Tauren Wells, Jordan Feliz, We Are Messengers, Ryan Stevenson, Aaron Cole, and Cochren & Co.

March 26.  Alan Jackson’s 2020 tour.  The BOK center.

Country Music Hall of Fame artist Alan Jackson will bring decades of hit songs to Tulsa by the end of March.  He will be joined by a special guest, Canadian country music singer Tenille Townes.

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