Music is the sway of her hair as it swings through the melodies in the air. Music is the stomp of her boot as she commands the drums and drives the percussion. Music is on the tip of her fingers as they dance over strings and keys. Music is in her yell and her whisper as she calls out her story. Music is in her muscles, bones and blood as she dances to a beat that no one knows but she. She is music and Music is she.
Here is a small, but strong representation of the talent and diversity of women in music.
To put Katie Herzig in any sort of box is for it to be broken, as she continues to outdo herself with each new release. Her music is as intimate as it is epic – something that her fans have come to expect. Herzig grew up in Colorado and found her way to Nashville upon starting her solo career in 2006. Fresh off the 2018 release of her 6th album, Moment of Bliss, Herzig tours the US this summer for the first time in 4 years on her highly-anticipated Moment of Bliss Tour. Herzig has performed at Bonnaroo, on VH1, toured extensively both as a headliner and as support for artists such as Brandi Carlile, Sara Bareilles, Ingrid Michaelson, The Fray, and as a member of 10 out of Tenn. She has had her music licensed for many film, TV, and commercial uses including over 10 songs on Grey’s Anatomy. Her song “Free My Mind” reached top 20 on AAA radio which led to a collaboration with RAC on their song “We Belong,” earning a lot of love from LA’s KCRW and the like and a remix of the song by Odesza. Herzig has always been very hands on in the production of her own music which has led to opportunities to co-write and produce music for other artists as well, including Ingrid Michaelson’s platinum-selling single “Girls Chase Boys.” ASCAP awarded Katie the Sammy Cahn Award for her song “Closest I Get.” In 2017 Katie was nominated for an Emmy for her song “Morse Code” written for Netflix’s The Mr. Peabody and Sherman Show. An eclectic career for an artist who has always relied on her own instincts to consistently release music that goes deep and asks you to feel something at every turn.
MisFEST: Music is She and She is Music Festival provides a platform to empower women to succeed in the music industry. We are building a community of females in the music business by collaborating together and showcasing our talents in areas such as songwriting, performing, instrumentation, music production and sound engineering.
Because it’s still a “thing” to have a female bass player or DJ or drummer, and until it’s not a “thing”, events like MisFEST are needed.
River West Festival Park is located at 2100 South Jackson, Tulsa, OK 74107 (it’s where Oktoberfest is held). As you arrive, you’ll want to follow the orange traffic control signs directing you to parking. These signs with direct you to 17th and Southwest Blvd to enter from the north. Download Festival Map
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Access to a large tent near the stage with picnic tables and a fenced off patio area for viewing the bands. These seats also have access to private, temperature controlled restrooms. Light finger foods, water and soda will be provided as part of your VIP package. Oh, and free parking. It’s really pretty great.
Credit cards are accepted online through our online ticket sales.
Onsite, cash and credit will be accepted at the gate but some vendors might only take cash.
All tickets are non-refundable after a date to be determined unless the event is cancelled by us, in which case we will always make a full refund.
Children 12 years of age or younger may attend events in the GA Lawn Area without a ticket. If you are purchasing tickets for VIP all persons will require a ticket regardless of age.
1pm for General Admission Ticket holders.
Heck ya. A lot of food trucks, beer and wine sales, and other concession stands are available during concert that serve a variety of food and beverage.
Small bags are allowed but subject to search to make sure they don’t contain the following items which aren’t allowed:
This Festival is a non-smoking environment. Smoking near the outer fence line will be allowed.
All guests entering the venue during an event may be subject to a metal-detector screening, visual inspection and a bag inspection conducted by security personnel. The purpose of the inspection is to detect prohibited items.
No Grumpy Pants or Sad Faces.
Your closest hotels will be located in downtown Tulsa.
Yes. West 20th Street, and South Jackson. (36.134890, -96.001153)
Handicapped parking is located on in the festival grounds. Follow the signs to “Volunteer/VIP parking” and inform the parking attendant you need handicapped parking. You must have a valid state issued handicapped placard. They will NOT let you park in the handicap location without a placard.
Most of the seating at the festival grounds is General Admission seating in the lawn area so you will not need to purchase an accessible ticket. There are also over 20 handicap parking spaces located near the front of the venue available on a “first come-first served” basis. Handicapped patrons that enter the front gates can follow a paved path without encountering steps. If accessible seating is needed, please ask any of the venue staff and they will be able to assist.
For lost and found inquiries please call River Parks Authority 918-596-2001 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please note, any items left at the venue are picked up each night and placed in a secure location. Items are generally held for 30 days.
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MisFEST 2018 would not have been the success it was without all your hard work and dedication.