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Published 09/26/2019 | Reading Time 1 min 0 sec 

TULSA, Okla. — Guthrie Green’s third annual Soul Fest has been relocated to the Cox Business Center’s Exhibit Hall C, this Saturday, September 28th, 7-10 pm due to rain in the weekend’s forecast. This free, family-friendly music festival honors the late Wayman Tisdale, professional basketball player, jazz musician, and native Tulsan.

“In three years of event planning, this is Guthrie Green’s first Signature Event we’ve had to relocate due to weather,” says Heather Wimberly, VP of Operations at Guthrie Green. “Soul Fest is one of our biggest events of the year—we’re not going to let rain stop us. We’re having a party this Saturday, and are excited to partner with our friends at Cox Business Center for this iconic event.”  

This year’s talent will feature headliner and R&B Hall of Fame inductees, The Whispers. Opening for The Whispers is Grammy-award winning singer, songwriter, and producer Jody Watley. Oklahoma R&B artist Faye Moffett will be highlighted as Soul Fest’s local talent.

Seating is provided, and food and drinks will be available to purchase at the event.

The Cox Business Center is located at 100 Civic Center, in Tulsa.


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