About The Colony
The ghosts of Tulsa’s music past haunt The Colony—you’ve probably heard the stories: Leon Russell bought the bar as a gift for his wife; a wasted Eric Clapton once performed and then passed out in the back dumpster; George Harrison played an impromptu set; J.J. Cale, too. A lot of the best tales are more legend than fact—few people know what really went on at the midtown haunt during its Tulsa Sound heyday in the ‘70s.
It’s a fact, though, that The Colony has once again become an indispensable source of live music and a gathering place for some of our most talented musicians. Come through for live, original music performed every night, to hang out with the local players and, of course, to throw back a few shots with 'em too.
Visit The Colony on Friday afternoons for Vinyl Happy Hour (they'll let you play your own records if you bring 'em and ask nicely) from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m and stay late for music. And for a true Tulsa tradition par excellence, stop by on Sunday for Paul Benjaman's Sunday Nite Thing. The Colony is a 21+ venue. Smoking is not permitted. And don't forget to tip the musicians.
2809 S. Harvard Ave. Tulsa, OK 74114
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