Notes Live, the dynamic and rapidly growing music venue and hospitality company, has selected Live Nation as the operator for the state-of-the-art Sunset Amphitheater planned for Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
With an anticipated Summer 2025 opening, the amphitheater will be designed to host major touring artists, bringing even more concerts to the state of Oklahoma. Fan experience is also a top priority, with a focus on exceptional hospitality and breathtaking outdoor views.
The City of Broken Arrow and Notes Live are developing the 12,500-capacity venue through a public-private partnership. Notes Live focuses on identifying communities with growing populations and a shortage of high-quality music and entertainment venues. Located just outside Tulsa, the venue will be adjacent to the Broken Arrow’s Events Park.
Notes Live Chairman and CEO JW Roth said, “Live Nation has unmatched experience managing and operating venues, and we’re thrilled to bring that expertise to the Sunset. Together we’re crafting a venue that will be a beacon for artists touring the country and music fans across the region.”
“Our teams share a mission to elevate hospitality for both artists and fans. We look forward to contributing even more shows to the live music scene in Tulsa,” added Bob Roux, President, Live Nation Concerts.
Notes Live expects to close on the property for the Broken Arrow amphitheater in Spring 2024 and expects construction to be completed for the touring season 2025. In addition to its plans for the Broken Arrow amphitheater, Notes Live, Inc. recently opened a new venue in Gainesville, GA, and announced new music and entertainment complexes in the growing markets of Colorado Springs, CO; Murfreesboro, TN; and Oklahoma City, OK.
ABOUT NOTES LIVE, Inc.
Notes Live, founded by Colorado Springs-based entrepreneur JW Roth, is
a live music venue developer focused on building luxury venues that are experience and ambiance-centric. It currently boasts entertainment campuses in both Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Gainesville, Georgia that combine the Boot Barn Hall concert venue, Bourbon Brothers restaurant, and Notes Live music and social bar (Colorado Springs only). Notes Live is currently in development of new locations in Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas with seating capacities of between 12,500 and 25,000. The company’s crown jewel: The Sunset, an 8,000-person open-air amphitheater in Colorado Springs, is set to open for the 2024 touring season.
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