Media release Tulsa, Okla.—In the spirit of Giving Tuesday, the largest international day of giving, Red Dirt Relief Fund will stream a free encore of its Skinnerfest 2020 virtual music festival on December 1st as... Read More.
Media release -Benefit for Oklahoma music professionals slated for Oct. 2nd- (Tulsa, Okla) — Now in its fourth year, the Tulsa music fest that has become known as Skinnerfest, will air as a streaming event through... Read More.
Media release (Tulsa, Okla) -- Red Dirt Relief Fund announced today they have fulfilled all eligible applications for their COVID-19 Emergency Music Grants, delivering $138,500 in one-time $250 payments to music professionals across more than... Read More.
Media Release June 16, 2020 ARCADIA – The Arcadia Round Barn museum and gift shop are scheduled to re-open on Friday, June 19, and will be open for the time being on weekends only. The Round Barn... Read More.
OKEMAH, OK (June 15, 2020) — The Woody Guthrie Coalition is elated to host a free virtual festival for the 23rd annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival. Guthrie family members, veteran songwriters, & festival favorites... Read More.
Media Release June 11, 2020 ARCADIA – The Red Dirt Rangers, who have been carrying the banner for the Stillwater-born Red Dirt music scene since the late 1980s, will present a free concert at 1 p.m.... Read More.
Media Release May 29, 2020 ARCADIA – Cushing musician Michael Music and the Tulsa band, “And Then There Were Two,” will bring live music to the Arcadia Round Barn the first weekend in June. Music will present... Read More.
Media release Bob Childers’ Gypsy Café will be aired on streaming services April 29th March 6, 2020—Bob Childers’ Gypsy Café, Oklahoma’s largest homegrown songwriter festival that has taken place in Stillwater, Okla. for the past eight... Read More.
Media release (Tulsa, Okla.) —Since Monday, March 16, when the nonprofit Red Dirt Relief Fund announced an emergency grant program to aid working Oklahoma music people impacted by COVID-19 related cancellations and postponements, the organization... Read More.
Media release (Tulsa, Okla.) —Today the nonprofit Red Dirt Relief Fund announced it will provide up to $50,000 to Oklahoma music people in the form of one-time emergency grants of $250 on a first-come, first-served... Read More.