Spend your Saturdays this fall supporting local musicians at safe, socially distant outdoor concerts inspired by old-school hootenannies!
Join ahha Tulsa and Woody Guthrie Center as we enjoy the sounds of Tulsa musicians on Saturdays this fall. Spend your evening listening to live, local music while enjoying the company of friends and family. Seating is picnic-style and socially distant so you can let loose (safely) in true hootenanny fashion! See seating details below.
Parking in the Tulsa Arts District is free on the weekends. Street parking is available. The parking garage between 1st and Archer, near Center of the Universe, is $2 for the day.
Tiny Hoots concerts will take place in the Jack + Ann Graves Garden for the Arts, between the ahha Hardesty Center and Flyloft. Enter through the outside gates off Boston Avenue. Upon entry, a staff member will check you in and direct you to your seats. You will be given a wristband that will let you in to ahha Tulsa to go to the restroom. Tiny Hoots guests will not receive admission to ahha Tulsa and/or Woody Guthrie Center.
Dress code is casual! We suggest wearing a jacket and/or bringing a blanket in case the evening gets chilly.
Seating is spaced to ensure social distancing. Guests should remain at least 6 feet apart from others not in their party at all times. Masks are required unless consuming food and beverage at your table or in your box.
Seating is arranged on the lawn in a checkerboard pattern to ensure social distancing. There are also small tables available in distanced locations. Each seating section has different parameters, so please read the details below. Additional guests will not be allowed into the concerts, beyond the box or table limit. No outside alcoholic drinks allowed.
Tables 5-9 (VIP)