Over the Edge Festival to Feature Nationally Known Country Music Artist

Country music recording artist Dean Alexander will perform at the Over the Edge Festival benefiting the Tulsa Area United Way on Friday, Oct. 10. The concert will begin at 1 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

Alexander was recently signed by Warner Brothers Nashville and his first single “Live a Little,” is currently climbing the country music charts. His appearance at the Over the Edge Festival was arranged by K-95 Radio in Tulsa.

The Over the Edge Festival will feature 75 individuals who will be rappelling down the 20-story One Warren Place tower in support of the Tulsa Area United Way.

Dante and the Hawks, a local band, will play from 12–1 p.m., and DJ Bryan Pennington will play throughout the day. The festival also will feature a dozen of Tulsa’s most popular food trucks, health and fitness screenings by United Way partner agencies, and tours of the Tulsa Convention and Visitors Bureau’s new Mobile Visitors Center and Tulsa City-County Library’s new Imagination Station, a digital media mobile.

“We’d like to invite everyone out to cheer on our intrepid ‘edgers’ who will be going over the edge for their community,” said Mark Graham, president and of the Tulsa Area United Way.

Sponsors of the Over the Edge Festival include Osage Casino, Tulsa Federal Credit Union, Rosemont Realty and the Tulsa Area United Way’s Emerging Leaders Society. The local United Way is the only United Way organization in the U.S. to utilize an Over the Edge event as part of its annual campaign.

The Over the Edge Festival will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Warren Place at 61st St. and Yale Ave. Free public parking is available in the garage south of One Warren Place, accessible from Yale Ave. For more information, visit www.tauw.org.

Updated 10-07-2014

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