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T-Town Trolley Welcomes The Eagles

By popular demand the Eagles will return for a second show!!!!

Eagles Tulsa

Eagles Tulsa

When: November 11, 2008
Where: BOK Center

Tickets go on-sale September 6th, 2008 at 10am

Ticket prices:  $187, $87, and $52

The Eagles coming back to play a second date at the BOK Center is a huge accomplishment for the city and attests to the level of excitement and enthusiasm for both the band and the new BOK Center. We need to show the band a gratitude of thanks for returning for a second date in the form of another sell-out. ”
– John Bolton, General Manager

Due to overwhelming demand, the Eagles have added a second Tulsa date to their “Long Road Out of Eden” world tour. The Eagles will perform live on Tuesday, November 11th at the BOK Center and the band – Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit – will be performing current hits from Long Road Out of Eden including “How Long” and “Busy Being Fabulous” as well as their classic songs.

Tickets  online at, area Homeland and Reasor’s stores, Arby’s Box Office or by calling 1-866-7-BOK-CTR.

The Eagles have teamed up with to offer the ultimate fan experience for the upcoming Tulsa concert featuring a variety of VIP ticket packages. For more details go to


The Eagles have sold more than 120 million albums worldwide, earning five #1 U.S. singles and four Grammy Awards. Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 is the best-selling album of all time, exceeding sales of 29 million units. The band’s Hotel California and Their Greatest Hits Volume 2 have sold more than 16 and 11 million albums respectively. The Eagles were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.

Take the T-Town Trolley after the Show to all the downtown and brookside venues.


Trolley in the News

***Archive***T-Town Trolley March 15, 2008  Mayor Kathy Taylor was on hand Thursday for the Press Conference hosted by the TYPRos Business Development Crew to announce the beginning of the T-Town Trolley and Loop 2008, a trolley that will link four of Tulsa’s entertainment districts; Brookside, Cherry Street, Downtown and 18th and Boston.

Blake Lund, of Blake Promotions, and owner of T-Town Trolleys, hopes that other private investors and companies will step up to the plate so that the Trolley can eventually include three or more trolley cars, and travel even farther south along Riverside to the Jenks RiverWalk area.

In her comments, Mayor Taylor called this initiative “long overdue”. She cited several benefits to the city that this Trolley Loop will provide, including: enhance quality of life; promote restaurant and retail business; provide hospitality to out of town guests; reduce traffic congestion and reduce parking issues.

According to Lund, the Trolley will be free. It will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings and make seven stops as it travels the 2008 Loop of Tulsa’s entertainment districts.

John Bolton, general manager of the BOK Arena, agreed that the trolley will be an asset to the BOK arena and the entire downtown entertainment district.

Blake Lund, John Bolton, and Mayor Kathy Taylor

Blake Lund, John Bolton, and Mayor Kathy Taylor

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