Organizers of Tulsa’s FREE TULSA music festival are partnering with EMSA to keep concertgoers safe and healthy.
EMSA will provide two ambulances on standby and will also have paramedics patrolling the festival grounds on the company’s mini-ambulance golf cart to provide additional coverage.
“Part of EMSA's commitment to the community is to provide onsite medical care at events and festivals to help ensure the safety of citizens,” said Chris Stevens, EMSA public information officer. “Our number one priority is for the health and well-being of all attendees and being there ensures we're able to respond within seconds of any medical emergency.”
Organizers are also asking Tulsa artists to submit artwork for a digital FREE TULSA compilation that will be released the week of the festival.
Festival organizers are accepting submissions June 28th through July 13 at firstname.lastname@example.org. All artwork will be posted in an album on the FREE TULSA Facebook page where fans can simply like their favorite images until July 20. The top two choices will then be used for each volume of the compilation.
The two-day music festival will take place in the Blue Dome Arts District on July 27-28. Among the artists slated to appear are Colourmusic, Broncho, Ali Harter, The Del Toros, Pretty Black Chains and Skating Polly.
For more information on FREE TULSA please visit www.FreeTulsaMusicFestival.com