Creek Nation Casino to Hold Native Fall Music Festival

Creek Nation Casino-Tulsa and the Tulsa Indian Club recently announced the second annual Native Fall Music Fest in celebration of Native American Month will be held Nov. 8-10. The festival will capture the spirit of the history, culture and contributions of Native Americans as it brings together a variety of talented Native American artists and musicians in an incredible three-day celebration.

The festivities kick off on Thursday, Nov. 8 with Creek Nation Casino-Tulsa’s Bedlam Ticket Blowout in commemoration of the casino’s 23rd anniversary. Drawings for a pair of tickets to the OU/OSU Bedlam game are scheduled every half hour from 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Guests may enter by having their Players Club card swiped at Guest Services beginning at 10 a.m. University of Oklahoma Heisman Trophy winners Steve Owens, Billy Sims and Jason White will be at the casino Thursday evening for a free autograph signings.

The two-day music festival will begin inside Creek Nation Casino on Friday, Nov. 9 and the celebration will continue outdoors on Saturday, Nov. 10 under a 12,500 sq. ft. tent in the north parking lot of the casino. The lineup will feature the musical talents of over ten Native American groups offering a mixture of music styles ranging from R&B, country to rock and rap. A complete lineup will follow as details develop.

Admission to the festival is free. The outdoor festivities on Saturday are open to all ages and include a new kid zone. Visitors at the festival will enjoy traditional Native American foods including fry bread, Indian tacos, corn soup, and meat pies. Vendors will have booths set up featuring a variety of arts and crafts including Native American paintings, jewelry, and pottery. For further information, visit

About Creek Nation Casino–Tulsa
Creek Nation Casino is one of Oklahoma’s leading Indian gaming facilities and is an economic development project of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma. The casino opened in 1984 along the banks of the Arkansas River and was the first high-stakes Indian bingo establishment in the state of Oklahoma. Today, Creek Nation Casino–Tulsa offers a unique brand of entertainment with an exciting array of gaming, featuring poker, blackjack and over 1,500 Class II and Class III machines, as well as exciting promotions and events, huge cash payouts and excellent customer service. The newly expanded and renovated casino features a full service restaurant, a prestigious High Stakes Room, and non-smoking areas for all types of gaming. Creek Nation Casino-Tulsa is open 24 hours, seven days a week and offers complimentary valet parking.

An active community partner, Creek Nation Casino-Tulsa provides a positive economic impact for Tulsa and surrounding towns, with over 650 employees. Proceeds from gaming operations help to fund a variety of Muscogee (Creek) Nation service programs such as housing, education, elderly assistance and healthcare.

Updated 11-07-2007

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