Adults: $15 (Includes festival entrance and on-site or shuttle parking.)
Youth 17 and under: FREE
Where is POSTOAK Wine & Jazz Festival? POSTOAK Wine & Jazz Festival is held annually at POSTOAK Lodge & Retreat in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Maps & Directions
What kind of seating is available at POSTOAK Wine & Jazz Festival? The Festival is located on the spacious meadows east of the Main Lodge. Seating is not provided. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs.
Can I bring a tent? No
Can we bring a cooler? Food and beverages (including alcohol) will be available for purchase at the festival. NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR DRINKS, OR OUTDOOR FLAME IS ALLOWED AT THE EVENT.
Is there food at POSTOAK Wine & Jazz Festival? Yes! We will have food trucks participating in the event, as well as some culinary delights from Chef Damien Jacob, Executive Chef at POSTOAK.
Can we bring BBQ grills? Sorry, no. BBQ grills and any other type of outdoor cooking device is strictly prohibited. There are a variety of food vendors to choose from.
Where do I park? We will have parking on-site. POSTOAK is also providing complimentary parking for all Wine and Jazz Festival guests at Tulsa Central High School. 918 Shuttle will be shutting guests to and from Tulsa Central and POSTOAK from noon to midnight.
Tulsa Central is located at 3101 West Edison St. Tulsa, OK 74127.
Can I bring my RV or camp at POSTOAK Wine & Jazz Festival? No, camping facilities are not available. However, there is a RV Park located at the Tulsa fairgrounds.
Can I bring my pet to POSTOAK Wine & Jazz Festival? Sorry, no pets allowed except for service animals.
CURATED BY SAXOPHONIST GRADY NICHOLS, THE HEADLINER ACT PROMISES TO BE A HIGH ENERGY SHOW FEATURING CLASSIC HITS, VOCAL TUNES, ORIGINAL SONGS, AND INSTRUMENTALS. NICHOL’S NOTABLE PERFORMANCES HAVE BEEN AT THE NEWPORT BEACH JAZZ FESTIVAL AND THE OASIS SMOOTH JAZZ AWARDS. HE WAS THE ONLY OPENER FOR LUCIANO PAVAROTTI’S NORTH AMERICAN TOUR. HIS LATEST AND SIXTH CD FEATURES JEFF LORBER, CHRIS RODRIGUEZ & BILL CHAMPLIN.
About the Band: Multiphonic Funk is a group of friends from the Tulsa area. The band was put together in January of 2016 and has been thriving ever since. The band leader and main arranger/writer is Drew Thomas, who is the saxophonist in the band. Even though Drew arranges and writes most of the songs, Spencer Mantos (drums) and Nathan Hairston (trumpet) also contribute to the band’s repertoire. The band made their big debut on the David Cameron stage at Tulsa Mayfest in 2016.
Genre: a fusion between funk and jazz
James Spicer – Bass / Co-leader, Josh Westbrook – Keyboards / Guitar, Frankie Ramirez – Vocals / Percussion
Andre Cevasco – Vocals / Percussion, Leo Martos – Timbales, Allie Sanchez – Vocals, Jose Landauro – Bongos/ Percussion
Jay Beltz – Congas, Clarissa Jones – Tenor Sax / Percussion, Steve Thompson – Trumpet ,Victor Blanco – Alto & Soprano Sax
Gene Morrison – Trombone / Co – Leader
Genre: We play acoustic jazz in the tradition of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli along with original tunes. The instrumentation is thus: two guitars, a standup bass, a trumpet, and keys.
About Eldredge: Although a native of New Orleans, Jackson’s musical talent was infused with gospel and R&B while growing up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and performing at his father’s church. The encouragement he received from this large congregation helped him hone his skills as a musician and composer while performing on keyboards, piano, drums, bass, guitar and, of course, the saxophone. Jackson’s influences also stemmed from the soulful jazz style of legends he’s admired such as: David Sanborn, Grover Washington, Jr. and Dexter Gordon.
Genre: Soulful and Classic Jazz
About Max Ridgway Trio: The Max Ridgway Trio formed in 1993 and performed that year at the Jazz in June Festival in Norman. Since that time they have appeared at various venues in the Oklahoma City area including the Norman Music Festival, Oklahoma State Fair, Live Music on the Canal, and the Oklahoma City Festival of the Arts. The trio plays original jazz music written by the guitarist and leader of the group, Max Ridgway, who is a 1990 graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston.
John Taylor is a native Virginian who has called Tulsa home for the last 12 years, he is not just a fan of music but of the people who make and perform it. His passion for musical artists and their craft was the catalyst for TulsaJazz.com, John’s thriving business that has become a major resource for jazz information in Tulsa.
John Taylor is the owner of TulsaJazz.com, OKCJazz.Com, The JT Taylor Company, Tulsa Jazz Destinations, and The River City Jazz Company. He also volunteers with several not-for-profit organizations such as the Spotlight Theatre and the Tulsa Jazz Society.
TulsaJazz.com is now a nationally recognized company offering Business Consulting, Music Management, Agent/Booking Services, and Social Media/Website Management. John says, “The Company was founded on the philosophy of helping people with passion and a dream, achieve it, and our continued focus on that philosophy is the reason for our current and the catalyst for our future success.”