Galas and Expos and Music, Oh My

(Tulsa, Okla.) April 1, 2016Carnivale returns to the CBC Ballroom April 2nd. Called “the best party in town,” Carnivale  is a lavish evening to enjoy fine dining, dancing and fun for a cause. All Carnivale proceeds benefit the Mental Health Association of Oklahoma’s housing facilities among other services. This year, Carnivale celebrates the vivid beauty of India through music, food and dance. For more information about Carnivale, please visit www.bestpartyintown.org.

 

The 20th SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers) Improved Oil Recovery Conference is hosted at the Cox Business Center April 9 – 13. Featuring technical sessions, exhibits and networking, SPE is a national event expecting more than 500 attendees.

When country a cappella band Home Free was crowned Season 4 Champions of NBC’s The Sing-Off in December, their victory was by no means the beginnings of a career for the five country stars from Minnesota, but a culmination of nearly a decade of hard work and commitment to a vocal craft growing in popularity. Home Free will be making a stop at Cox Business Center Assembly Hall on April 24th. To buy tickets go to www.ticketmaster.com , and for more information visit http://homefreemusic.com/ .

Other April Events at Cox Business Center:

Kingdom Believers Summit, Mar 31 – Apr 2

Carnivale Benefiting Mental Health Association of OK, Apr 2

OK Reptile Expo, Apr 3

Cox Business Center & BOK Center Part Time Job Fair, Apr 5

Blank Canvas Benefiting Youth Services of Tulsa, Apr 8

Revolution Talent Competition, Apr 8 – 10

20TH SPE Improved Oil Recovery Conference, Apr 9 – 13

Monarch Ball Benefiting DVIS, Apr 9

Salvation Army William Booth Society Dinner (featuring Deborah Norville), Apr 14

Little Light House Garden Party, Apr 16

Oklahoma Career Tech SKILLS Annual Conference, Apr 17-19

Rescue Gala Benefiting American Red Cross – Tulsa Chapter, Apr 21

Project Cuffway benefiting National Pancreas Foundation, Apr 22

Stage One Tulsa Regionals, Apr 22 – 24

Home Free, Apr 24

20th Annual Empty Bowls Benefiting Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma, Apr 26

Private Event, Apr 29

OKRVA Regional Championships, Apr 29 – May 1

 

 

About Cox Business Center:

Cox Business Center, formerly Tulsa Convention Center, is a 310,625 square-foot facility hosting an 8,900 seat arena with event suites, Oklahoma’s largest ballroom, 34 meeting rooms, and a 102,600 square-foot, column-free exhibit hall. Cox Business Center is managed by SMG the world leader in venue management, marketing and development and owned by the City of Tulsa. In fiscal year 2014-15, the economic impact of events held at the CBC was more than $33 million.

 

About SMG:

Founded in 1977, SMG provides management services to more than 230 public assembly facilities including convention and exhibition centers, arenas, stadiums, theatres, performing arts centers, equestrian facilities, science centers and a variety of other venues. With facilities across the globe, SMG manages more than 14.4 million square feet of exhibition space and over 1.75 million sports and entertainment seats. As the recognized global industry leader, SMG provides venue management, sales, marketing, event booking and programming, construction and design consulting, and pre-opening services for such landmark facilities as McCormick Place & Soldier Field in Chicago, Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, Houston’s Reliant Park and the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. SMG also offers food and beverage operations through its concessions, catering and special events division, SAVOR, currently servicing more than 100 accounts worldwide. For more information, visit www.smgworld.com.