Sports Accommodated:
Indoor Tennis
Martial Arts
Table Tennis

BOK Center

The BOK Center is Tulsa’s state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue. 

Designed by world-famous architect, Cesar Pelli, the BOK Center was an automatic icon in the city skyline when it opened in September 2007. 

The 19,199-seat venue was designed to host major concerts, sporting events and other world class entertainment. Home to Tulsa’s new WNBA team, the Tulsa Shock, which the Tulsa Sports Commission and Tulsa Regional Chamber played a role in securing.

The City hired SMG, a world leader in venue management, marketing and development, to manage the facility.  After its first year of operation, the center is the No. 5 venue in the U.S. and No. 14 in the world for ticket sales.  Its management provides an experienced team in sporting events such as, Big 12, C-USA, SEC, NCAA Men’s & Women’s Basketball Championships, US Figure Skating, and Mercedes Benz Tennis Classic.

The BOK Center is located diagonal from the Tulsa Convention Center making it an entertainment and business complex.  Owned by the City of Tulsa, the BOK Center is part of Vision 2025, a project to grow economic and community infrastructure for future generations. 

Inside the BOK Center the main concourse has more than 130,000 square feet terrazzo flooring featuring four Native American medallion floor inlay. Suspended from the ceiling in the grand lobby is a 5,000 pound cloud-like cloth structure. The arena also features a state-of-the-art house reduction curtain system allowing for a fully customizable arena space with a more intimate setting. 

By the numbers:
565,000 square feet
17,343 fixed seats
total seating can vary from 13,644 to 19,199
37 luxury suites, with 12-15 seats
50,000 pound scoreboard
12,000 parking spaces within a 10-minute walk of the BOK Center

200 S. Denver Ave. in downtown Tulsa

Donald W. Reynolds Center

The Donald W. Reynolds Center is located on the University of Tulsa campus. It is home to the Tulsa Golden Hurricane Men and Women’s Basketball teams, along with women’s volleyball.

The Reynolds Center houses the states only accredited academic program for athletic training/ sports medicine.

By the numbers:
Opened in December 1998
138,000 square feet
8,355 seating capacity

Northwest corner of Harvard Ave. and 11th St.

Expo Square

Mid-town's Expo Square is an attraction in itself, with the 76-foot Golden Driller poised at its entrance inviting all to experience any of the 400 exciting events held here every year.   In addition, Expo Square is home to many Tulsa attractions - the Tulsa State Fair; Fair Meadows horse racing and simulcast; Big Splash Water Park; and one of the nation's finest equine and livestock facilities.

Please select a facility below to view information and floor plans:

River Spirit Expo- One of the world's largest clear span buildings, 354,000 square feet of column free space and 448,400 square feet of total space that expands over two levels.

Exchange Center-Exchange Center I is a 22,194 square foot facility

Pavilion-An extremely flexible arena, the Pavilion can go from an ice floor - to a basketball court - and return to a normal floor seating configuration in a matter of hours.  

By the numbers:
4,459 seating capacity
5,582 seating capacity for concerts
22 VIP skyboxes
85 by 185 foot ice floor

Livestock Facilities-The livestock facilities at Expo Square have been totally rebuilt, making Expo Square a major competitor in the livestock show market.

Mabee Center

The Mabee Center, an outstanding collegiate arena, has been home to the Golden Eagles since 1972.

Mabee Center also annually hosts the Oklahoma state high school playoffs and the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-Star games. It was also the former site of the NAIA National Basketball Championship.

Mabee Center was built as an elliptical cable-suspension structure with basketball in mind.

10,575 permanent theater seats - with no obstacles to clear viewing.

Cox Business Center Arena

The Cox Business Center, a 310,625 square-foot multi-purpose event venue located in downtown Tulsa, is managed by SMG the world leader in venue management. The facility boasts an 8,900 seat arena with event suites, the state’s newest and largest ballroom, 35 meeting rooms and a 102,600 square-foot, column-free exhibit hall.

Cox Business Center has hosted more than 25 million people at over 20,000 events and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014.

By the numbers:
30,000+-square-foot ballroom
more than 250,000 square feet of meeting space
102,600-square-foot exhibition hall
8,900-seat arena

100 Civic Center in downtown Tulsa