Music-loving fans of the female voice from all over Oklahoma will want to head to Tulsa Sept. 15 for MisFest, a music festival focusing on empowering women in the music industry.
Tulsa’s RiverParks Authority organised the first MisFEST in 2017 and have brought it back for a second year at the River West Festival Park.
All proceeds will benefit the RiverParks Authority and the Woody Guthrie Center.
This year’s all-female lineup is headlined by Nashville singer, songwriter, producer and Emmy-nominated Katie Herzig. She’s toured extensively as a headliner and as a member of Ten Out of Tenn. She also has co-produced singles for many females such as Ingrid Michaelson.
In addition to the musical lineup, the MisFest festival grounds will include food trucks, interactive art installations, vendors, family activities and games.
New this year will be a special Uncovering the Music event with Herzig on Sept. 14 at the Woody Guthrie Center.
MisFest, short for “Music is She and She is Music,” was founded by local musicians Casii Stephan and Amira Al-Jiboori after noticing the high level of talent and diversity among the area’s female artists.
All-day tickets start at just $15. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.MisFest.com