The 2nd Annual World Culture Music Festival........ A hell of a good time. And if you weren't there then there's only 3 acceptable reasons for not. 1) You were sick. Not like ohhh I got a headache, but like I can't move at all sick. 2) You couldn't find a babysitter. (Even though you had a month to prepare, but I get it life happens). 3) You didn't know. Fuck that. That ain't acceptable. You seent that shit.
So if you were there then you know how Friday night even in the rain people showed love and stopped bye. And if you know about Saaaaturrrrday.......... Let's just say that shit was 1 for the history books. And the Art Show on Sunday was a cool ass switch up from a 3 day straight turnup. And Monday, the last day of the festival, it got so real that the window at the SoundPony couldn't contain it at all which summed up the whole festival. The World Culture Music Festival smashed the expectations of anyone. With performers traveling from Oklahoma City, Wichita, Massachusetts, Texas. this wasn't just Tulsa any music festival, it was a world music festival. So here's a few testimonials and what you might have missed:
Here's a recap from the Tulsa Lines show.
Kyd Rexx Swingtown's Finest DJ JB Smoove
The Indy Pot stage was one of the most lit of the whole festival. Check out there video below:
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Also Merch was on deck from all the vendors. If you missed out you can still get some World Culture Music Festival Gear:
The 2nd Annual World Culture Music Fest. The Woodstock of Tulsa? The Summer Jam of Tulsa? Naw it was for the culture, on the culture, it was World Culture Music Festival.
Special thanks to Steph Simon and Keeng Cut for building an amazing festival and an even better field of dreams. It will only get better.
Thanks to the people who helped plan the logistics and contributed to the plan becoming a reality, without whose countless hours this may have not happened:
HOPE TO SEE ALL YALL AND MORE NEXT YEAR!
Last but not least....the last performance of the festival