Music festival to kick off in downtown Tulsa, post D-Fest
8:41 PM, Jul 14, 2013
After D-Fest went on hiatus four years ago, a music festival is now picking up, where it left off.
Crews are setting up a misting system in the Brady District early this week. They're getting ready for the Center of the Universe Festival. It features almost 70 bands, two stages and it is free, unless you'd like a better view.
"if you want to upgrade and have a better experience, the BOK zone tickets are available, that gets you access to the Cain's, access to Soundpony, Oklahoma Joes for air conditioning and drinks," said Chris Liberman, an organizer of the Center of the Universe Festival.
The festival gets underway Friday and runs through the weekend.
Even if you want to stay in the free area, you still need to print out a ticket online. We have a link to the website.