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Skyline Event Center | Osage Casino Hotel

Tulsa

951 W. 36th St. N.
Tulsa
877-246-8777

Located just north of downtown Tulsa, the Osage Casino Hotel feels just far enough from the central part of T-Town that you can enjoy rolling hills and a great natural view out of their hotel windows. Yet it’s also just a stone’s throw away from the city, so guests can opt to hit the Skyline Event Center for a concert and then quickly get home if they choose. And there’s always the opportunity to enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel, playing the slots and knocking back a beer at Nine Band Brewery. The Skyline Event Center is comfortable and inviting, stretching across 45,000 square feet and seating 2,000 guests. Skyline is perfect for artists who have larger audiences than a small bar can hold, but want more intimate shows than arenas can offer. While you’re making a night of your fun at the Skyline Event Center, don’t forget to enjoy everything else the Osage Casino Hotel has to offer. The casino has been undergoing a facelift and exciting new additions to the resort. The additions include an expanded gaming floor with over 1,600 slot machines and 16 gaming tables.

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March 2019

Showcasing the Voices

Let’s face it. We all have a habit of doing the usual trip to and from work, driving the kids to school and soccer, and making our big outing a visit to the grocery store. Sometimes, we have to break out of our everyday habits and do something special for ourselves. It’s fun and healthy to enjoy some musical or comic entertainment that takes you away from your normal routine. And with the Skyline Event Center at Osage Casino Hotel, Green Country residents can plan a playful, affordable getaway without having to go too far from home.

Located just north of downtown Tulsa, the Osage Casino Hotel feels just far enough from the central part of T-Town that you can enjoy rolling hills and a great natural view out of their hotel windows. Yet it’s also just a stone’s throw away from the city, so guests can opt to hit the Skyline Event Center for a concert and then quickly get home if they choose. And there’s always the opportunity to enjoy an overnight stay at the hotel, playing the slots and knocking back a beer at Nine Band Brewery.

The fun is how you want to create it, and that’s what Osage Casino’s CEO Byron Bighorse is expecting Tulsans to see when they visit.

The Skyline Event Center is comfortable and inviting, stretching across 45,000 square feet and seating 2,000 guests. (Photo: Marc Rains)
The Skyline Event Center is comfortable and inviting, stretching across 45,000 square feet and seating 2,000 guests. (Photo: Marc Rains)

“The best thing about the Skyline Event Center is that there is not a bad seat in the venue. We considered the patron experience from every angle when designing the facility,” says Bighorse. “It will be a chance to see your favorite performers up close.”

The Skyline Event Center is comfortable and inviting, stretching across 45,000 square feet and seating 2,000 guests. “The space lends itself to an intimate concert experience that is hard to beat when you’re seeing your favorite musician or comedian,” says Bighorse.

Skyline is perfect for artists who have larger audiences than a small bar can hold, but want more intimate shows than arenas can offer.

Skyline is perfect for artists who have larger audiences than a small bar can hold, but want more intimate shows than arenas can offer. (Photo: Marc Rains)
Skyline is perfect for artists who have larger audiences than a small bar can hold, but want more intimate shows than arenas can offer. (Photo: Marc Rains)

And, what a choice of concerts Green Country can look forward to. Visitors to the Skyline Event Center can expect a lineup of great performers and entertainers. The venue kicked off with a sold-out concert featuring alt-rock 1990s acts Better Than Ezra and Goo Goo Dolls in mid-February. The concert venue has also hosted country artists Jake Owen and Dustin Lynch.

Bighorse looks forward to announcing more concerts throughout the year that will keep Tulsans driving north for a night of entertainment they won’t soon forget.

While you’re making a night of your fun at the Skyline Event Center, don’t forget to enjoy everything else the Osage Casino Hotel has to offer. The casino has been undergoing a facelift and exciting new additions to the resort. The additions include an expanded gaming floor with over 1,600 slot machines and 16 gaming tables.

“Unlike other venues in the Tulsa area, the Skyline not only offers concerts, but it also provides a comfortable place for guests to stay the night on-site,” says Bighorse. “Guests not only get to enjoy great entertainment, but they have the opportunity to experience the beautiful rooms and accommodations that the Osage Casino Hotel has to offer.”

The 141-room hotel includes six hospitality suites and a pool that can accommodate up to 240 people. The pool also sports a chaise lounge tanning ledge, 15-person hot tub, nearby fire pit and poolside bar. Some rooms even open onto the pool deck, says Bighorse, a perfect feature for summertime getaways.

And when you buy a ticket to a show at the Skyline Event Center, you don’t have to go elsewhere to have dinner and drinks beforehand. Osage Casino Hotel offers a full menu of fantastic fare and creative cocktails.

Other amenities include restaurants Thunder Bar and Grill, Stonecreek Kitchen, Roni Peppo’s Pizza Kitchen, and Nine Band Brewing Co., the first brewery in a casino in the Green Country area. The food, gaming, hotel, and concerts add up to a great time, which is what the Osage Casino Hotel is proud to offer to everyone who walks in the doors.

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Skyline Event Center
Osage Casino Hotel
951 W. 36th St. N. | Tulsa
877-246-8777
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