(Tulsa, Okla.) December 8, 2023 –  The OVG360-managed BOK Center continues breaking records and ranking as one of the world’s busiest concert destinations. Billboard announced today their Boxscore's Top Venues (15,001 or more capacity) chart for the 2023 year-end report and BOK Center ranked #26 in the United States and #36 in the world. In June, BOK Center secured its inaugural placement in the top 30 for the midyear report, and it has once again earned recognition on the prestigious year-end Billboard Boxscore Top Venue report. In the report based on the touring period of Nov. 1, 2022 - Sept. 30, 2023, the venue grossed $29.5 million from 56 reported shows with 415,000 in attendance.  The #36 ranking puts BOK Center right behind Allstate Arena (Rosemont, IL) which ranked #35, and right in front of Rod Laver Arena (Melbourne, Australia) which ranked #37. The Tulsa venue sold more concert tickets than all other venues in the region.  "In our 15th anniversary year, I am immensely excited and proud to witness BOK Center securing the #36 spot among some of the world's finest venues. This acknowledgment reflects the relentless efforts and commitment of our exceptional team, as well as the steadfast support from our patrons, partners, and the artists, agents, and promoters in the industry who consistently choose Tulsa as their stage," expressed Keller Taylor, BOK Center general manager. He added, "We remain dedicated to pursuing excellence and providing unforgettable experiences for our guests, solidifying BOK Center's standing as a premier destination for world-class entertainment." 2023 was highlighted by:

  • PBR - this event set two new records for attendance (new single-day PBR attendance record & PBR attendance record for the weekend) 
  • Bruce Springsteen (sold-out) 
  •  Big 12 Wrestling Championship - 7th time being hosted at BOK Center
  • NCAA Wrestling Championships - 1st time being hosted in Tulsa + welcomed 95,000 guests in 3 days
  • Turnpike Troubadours (2 shows) - broke F&B per cap records
  • Shania Twain (sold-out) 
  • Zach Bryan (2 shows sold-out) 
  • Chris Stapleton (sold-out) 

Madison Square Garden (New York) topped the overall rankings. Year-End Boxscore charts are based on figures reported to Billboard from a variety of official industry sources. All reported shows between November 1, 2022 and September 30, 2023 are eligible for the year-end rankings.