Established in 1958 as The Colony Inn, The Colony has been a staple of the Tulsa music community for over 60 years. Rumors, lore and legend swirl through the air of this longtime local haunt. Depending on who you ask, Leon Russell once owned the joint, or maybe it was his girlfriend, or maybe it was the place across the street. George Harrison definitely played here. Or maybe he worked here? Or maybe that was Clapton? Didn't one of them get drunk and sleep in the dumpster? Who can remember? The 70s were weird, man.
One thing is for sure though–then and now The Colony was and is a local musician's haven–a place where artists hang out, jam together and make magic happen.
This intimate non-smoking venue features a wood-burning fireplace and a variety of adult beverages. With a low stage that is front and center in the room, there's no doubt that every guest feels like a VIP.
Enjoy live, original music 7 nights a week with free entry Sunday through Thursday and a reasonable cover on Friday and Saturday.
The Colony is a 21+ venue.