The Turnpike Troubadours are playing the massive Paycom Center in Oklahoma City on January 19th and 20th, with Charles Wesley Godwin and Jason Isbell opening. It’s one of the most anticipated concert lineups in country and roots music that will be happening all year.
But if you can’t make it, couldn’t secure tickets, or just don’t want to fight with the rigors of navigating an arena show and prefer something more intimate, the legendary Mercury Lounge in Tulsa will be presenting a very rare residency for four Thursdays throughout January and February.
Turnpike Troubadours frontman Evan Felker with be playing the Mercury Lounge January 25th, February 1st, as well as February 15th and 22nd. Felker has gone on acoustic tours in the past, including with Rhett Miller of the Old 97s. But the primary songwriter for Turnpike hasn’t played a space this intimate in years, at least not one open to the public. The capacity of The Mercury Lounge is 100.
As a lot of folks know, the Turnpike Troubadours are based in Tahlequah, but Tulsa and places like The Mercury Lounge and Cain’s Ballroom is where they got their start. These ticket will sell out very quickly.
According to the Mercury Lounge, tickets are will-call, limited to 2 per person and nontransferable. Valid Photo ID matching original purchaser required. Any individuals attempting to purchase more than 2 tickets or sell them in a secondary market will have their tickets voided and refunded.
Tickets are available at https://www.mercuryloungetulsa.com/shows