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Music Cities Convention
Tulsa, OK, USA
2 - 5 November 2022

On 2 - 5 November, Music Cities Convention will be travelling to Tulsa, OK for its 11th global edition, presented by the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts, and Culture.

Featuring two days of talks and presentations, complimentary music tours, after parties and tons of live music and networking opportunities, the Tulsa MCC will be our biggest and longest event yet, and an all-round celebration of music and cities.


Tulsa, OK is home to iconic venues including the historic Cain’s Ballroom, award-winning BOK Center and the legendary Church Studio, and has a deep-rooted music culture making it the perfect setting for Music Cities Convention.


Discover what inspired the “Tulsa Sound”, explore Tulsa gems like the Woody Guthrie Center and the highly-anticipated Bob Dylan Center, opening in May 2022, as well as learn all about how to use music to develop more vibrant cities with 30+ of the world's leading experts and 500+ delegates.

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Conference days

20+ Presentations & Panel Discussions

20+ countries represented

Official online event hub


Evening events



Guided tour of Tulsa must-sees

Schedule Overview

Tuesday, 01 November 2022


Suggested Activity

Welcome dinner for international guests

Wednesday, 02 November 2022


Suggested Activities

*Lunch at Guthrie Green’s

Food Truck Wednesdays

*Curated itineraries of Tulsa must-sees

Main event 

Opening Reception at Bob Dylan Center


Suggested Activities

After-party at Sound Pony

Thursday, 03 November 2022

Main Event

*Full day conference at Tulsa Performing Arts Center

*Lunch and live Music at Mother Road Market

*Evening reception at Cain’s Ballroom

Suggested Activities

*Dinner with friends

*Duet Jazz Club

*Late-night snack at Hurts Donut

Friday, 04 November 2022

Main Event

*Morning: Conference at Tulsa Performing Arts Center

*Lunch and afternoon Conference at BOK Center 

Suggested Activities

First Friday Art Crawl and Dinner

Private Tour of Woody Guthrie Center and continued Happy Hour

Saturday, 05 November 2022

Suggested Activities

Morning: guided tour of Tulsa must-sees including: The Church Studio, Bob Dylan Center, The Outsiders House, Greenwood Rising and Big 10 Ballroom

Main Conference Venues

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Tulsa Performing Arts Center

The Tulsa PAC is home to the arts in Tulsa. Its six performance venues stage more than 500 events each year.

Check out their website here.

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BOK Center

The Bank of Oklahoma Center, is a 19,199-seat multi-purpose arena and a primary indoor sports and event venue in Tulsa.

Check out their website here.

Topics to be covered

Global music city policies, music for economic & social development, music & health, music & technology, music & education, role of music in future cities, night time economy, supporting musicians, city & place branding, music tourism, music & real estate, music for community building and more.

Who should attend?

City leaders, musicians, festival/event directors, real estate professionals, economic development professionals, academics, music industry professionals, night-time economy managers, culture officers, non-profit leaders, for-profit executives, tourism directors and anyone else with an interest or focus on how music is instrumental in creating vibrant and sustainable cities.


From in-person tickets to virtual passes, we have the right solution for you. Click below to find more information on all ticket categories and get your pass to the event. 

Join the Official

Event Group!

Join the official event group on our Music Cities Community and start networking with other attendees!

Get your event ticket and then request access by clicking on the button below:


Host Organisation

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Become a sponsor

If you’re interested in sponsoring the event, then just get in touch with Cami for more information at

Any questions?

Visit our FAQ page here