Photo caption: Osage Casinos to reopen events at Tulsa Skyline Events Center. Osage News File Photo
Get your tickets ready, Osage Casinos will resume hosting events at its Tulsa Skyline Event Center next month.
It’s the latest return to full operations since March 2020 when Osage Casinos had to close its seven locations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 12, Gov. Kevin Stitt lifted all COVID-19 restrictions in Oklahoma and entities across the state are announcing events. The Osage Nation Wah-Zha-Zhe Health Center is also operating a robust vaccination program, vaccinating all populations regardless of residency. The WZZHC will host a vaccination event at the Osage Casinos Tulsa location on Saturday, March 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
“We are excited to return to full operations at Osage Casinos, which means hosting exciting events,” said Byron Bighorse, CEO of Osage Casinos in a news release. “Like many other entities, we have worked hard to make sure we have mitigation efforts in place and have offered vaccination events to our employees.”
The Current events scheduled include:
- ESPN Fights: April 10
- Ted Nugent: July 29
Osage Casinos’ mitigation efforts include a contactless food delivery system, software to track cleanliness of the machines, and employees are screened for elevated temperature upon arrival, according to the release. Capacity is limited and employees are required to wear masks. Masks are strongly recommended for guests as well. In addition, the Tulsa location features an air filtration system that pushes old air out to keep the casino fresh, according to the release.
Tickets for the ESPN fights are only available online at https://www.stubwire.com/. For additional details about upcoming events, visit osagecasino.com.