cloudy-day Created with Sketch.
Partly Cloudy
H 90° L 72°
  • cloudy-day Created with Sketch.
    Current Conditions
    Partly Cloudy. H 90° L 72°
  • cloudy-day Created with Sketch.
    Partly Cloudy. H 90° L 72°
  • clear-day Created with Sketch.
    Mostly Sunny. H 90° L 72°

Krmg news on demand

00:00 | 00:00


Krmg traffic on demand

00:00 | 00:00


Krmg weather on demand

00:00 | 00:00

One Republic at the BOK Center

One Republic at the BOK Center

One Republic at the BOK Center

One Republic at the BOK Center

Grammy Award winners, One Republic, will perform at the at the BOK Center on Thursday, August 28 with Christina Perri. Tickets are on sale now! 

Tickets can be purchases  online at www.bokcenter.com, Arby’s Box Office at the BOK Center, all ticket outlets, or by calling 1-866-7-BOKCTR.

OneRepublic announced new dates to their 2014 Native Summer Tour.  Promoted by Live Nation, the Native Summer Tour kicks off Wednesday, May 28 at Red Rocks in Denver, CO and adds 27 new dates with shows in Tulsa on August 28, Atlanta, Austin, Dallas and New Orleans.  Dublin rockers, The Script, and indie rock band, American Authors, will be special guests on selects dates.  A full list of Native Summer Tour dates is below.  Tickets for the new dates will go on sale starting Friday, February 14 through the Live Nation mobile app and at www.livenation.com or at www.bokcenter.com, Arby’s Box Office at the BOK Center, all ticket outlets or by calling 1-866-7-BOKCTR.

Beginning today, Wednesday, February 5, fans can visit HERE to RSVP for early access to presale tickets available at 10:00 a.m. local time on Thursday, February 13.  Live Nation mobile app HERE, users will also have access to presale tickets beginning Thursday, February 13 at 10:00 a.m. local time. Mobile users can text “LNAPP” to 404040 to download the Live Nation mobile app (available for iOS and Android).

OneRepublic released their debut set Dreaming Out Loud in 2007. The album included the smash single “Apologize,” which shattered digital sales and airplay records worldwide. The band’s sophomore album, 2009’s Waking Up, produced three singles: “All the Right Moves,” “Secrets” and “Good Life.” OneRepublic released their third studio album, Native, in March 2013 where it debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. The set includes hits “If I Lose Myself,” “Feel Again” and “Counting Stars,” which reached #1 at Top 40 radio and was recently featured in a Bud Light commercial that aired during the Super Bowl.  Watch the commercial HERE.

2014 Native Summer Tour Dates
All dates and venues below subject to change.
* - Dates featuring special guests The Script and American Authors

June 29*
Wantagh, NY
Nikon at Jones Beach Theater (on sale now)

July 30
Omaha, NE (new date)
CenturyLink Center (on sale February 14)

August 1
Kansas City, MO (new date)
Starlight Theatre (on sale February 14)

August 2
St. Louis, MO (new date)
Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (on sale February 14)

August 3
Indianapolis, IN (new date)
Klipsch Music Center (on sale February 14)

August 5
Cincinnati, OH (new date)
Riverbend Music Center (on sale February 14)

August 6
Cleveland, OH (new date)
Blossom Music Center (on sale February 14)

August 8
Pittsburgh, PA (new date)
First Niagara Pavilion (on sale February 15)

August 9
Darien Lake, NY (new date)
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center (on sale February 14)

August 10
Holmdel, NJ (new date)
PNC Bank Arts Center (on sale February 14)

August 12
Virginia Beach, VA (new date)
Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach (on sale February 15)

August 13
Raleigh, NC (new date)
Walnut Creek Amphitheatre (on sale February 15)

August 14
Charlotte, NC (new date)
PNC Music Pavilion (on sale February 15)

August 16
Tampa Bay, FL (new date)
MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre (on sale February 21)

August 17
West Palm Beach, FL (new date)
Cruzan Amphitheatre (on sale February 21)

August 19
Atlanta, GA (new date)
Chastain Park Amphitheatre (on sale February 14)

August 21
New Orleans, LA (new date)
UNO Lakefront Arena (on sale February 14)

August 22
Houston, TX (new date)
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion (on sale February 14)

August 23
Austin, TX (new date)
Austin360 Amphitheater (on sale February 15)

August 25
San Antonio, TX (new date)
Freeman Coliseum (on sale February 14)

August 26
Dallas, TX (new date)
Gexa Energy Pavilion (on sale February 14)

August 28
Tulsa, OK 
BOK Center 

Buy tickets at BOKCENTER.com, LiveNation.com,  or charge by phone at 800-745-3000.

Read More

There are no comments yet. Be the first to post your thoughts. or Register.

  • Two prison inmates take their confinement out on some fellow inmates. A South Carolina inmate says he and another convicted murderer strangled four fellow prisoners in a bid to get the death penalty.   Denver Simmons told The Associated Press in a series of telephone calls that he and Jacob Philip plotted the April 7 killings at Kirkland Correctional Institution for months. Both men were sentenced to life without parole for double murderers.   Simmons told the AP they chose inmates who were weak or trusted them, and lured them one by one into Simmons' cell. The victims were John King, William Scruggs, Jimmy Ham, and Jason Kelley.   Simmons said he now realizes he's unlikely to get the death penalty.
  • A woman is robbed at gunpoint while walking her dog at LaFortune Park around 11:30 p.m. Monday. Tulsa police tell us three men approached the victim, taking her cell phone before running away into the park near 51st and South Yale. Officers got into a foot chase with the suspects, following them to a nearby apartment complex. Tulsa Police Sergeant David Brice said, “However we were able to recover the victim’s cell phone where the officer last saw that suspect run into the apartment complex.” None of the suspects have been arrested.
  • A shooting victim dies in the hospital after being gunned down on a grocery store parking lot. Tulsa police tell us a 26- to 27-year male was shot around 10:30 Monday night at the Turley Food Express at 504 East 56 Street North.  “Officers were able to locate witnesses that stated a black male arrived in the parking lot, exited a vehicle (and) fired multiple shots at the victim while in the parking lot,” said Tulsa Police Sergeant August Terbrock.   We're told witnesses had no description of the vehicle or the suspect. Crime scene detectives have taken over the investigation. The victim’s name has not been released.
  • No charges will be filed in a police shooting last week. Investigators have found no criminal wrongdoing in the police killing of a mentally ill, knife-wielding black man by officers.   Tulsa police homicide Sgt. Dave Walker tells the Tulsa World about the findings Monday from the internal investigation of the June 9 shooting of Jason Barre. Tulsa County District Attorney's Office will review the findings next and decide if it concurs.   Barre already was known to police as having a mental illness. When he walked down a street wielding two butcher knives on June 9, two sheriff's deputies and a police officer gave him room until he approached a convenience store. After a stun gun failed to stop Barre, the deputies and officer shot him.
  • Two dogs mauled a woman over the weekend.   Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin said Monday that 65-year-old Melissa Barnes was doing yard work Saturday at a residence west of Bozeman when she was attacked, first by a pit bull, followed by another dog. The breed of the second dog hasn't been confirmed.   Barnes, who is an organ donor, was being kept on life support at a Billings hospital pending rabies tests on the dogs, which belonged to tenants on Barnes' property. The dogs were not current on their vaccinations. Their owners voluntarily euthanized them.   Gootkin says the case is still under investigation, and no charges have yet been filed.