While Ziegler Art & Frame celebrates 50 years in the neighborhood

Amps on Admiral will be rocking the streets of Kendall Whittier on the first Saturday in June with four great local musical acts, food trucks, music merch and so much more!

The event coincides with the celebration of Ziegler’s 50th Anniversary weekend. Ziegler Art & Frame opened its doors at 6 N. Lewis in June of 1973, growing and expanding for decades.

Amps on Admiral kicks off at 4 p.m. June 3 with four performances, beer and food vendors and a free MordHouse Kids Zone. The event will wrap up at 9 p.m. It is free, open to the public and family and dog friendly.

The event opens with Township & Range, a band best described as “rural music.” They are deeply influenced by old-time country, bluegrass, blues and rockabilly. Township & Range plays from 4-4:45 p.m.

Immediately following, rock band Free Association takes the stage from 5:05-5:50 p.m. Free Association is a quintet of friends exploring heartfelt songs through a 1960s psychedelic rock lens.

Brujo Roots, a Latin-funk fusion band, brings a dance party atmosphere to Amps on Admiral. With elements of samba, blue, jazz and even reggae, Brujo Roots will perform from 6:10-7:10 p.m.

Capping off the night, Casii Stephan and the Midnight Sun will headline from 7:40-9 p.m., delighting guests with subtle vibrato notes and roller-coaster-like melodies.

While some seating will be provided, event host KWMS encourages attendees to bring their own lawn chairs.

The MordHouse Kids’ Zone will have yard games, chalk art, drawing and other fun activities throughout the event.

Calaveras Mexican Grill will be open for indoor and patio dining or take out, and will have their food truck open for quick service. Pollos Asados al Carbon food truck, behind She Brews Coffee, will also be open, as will Dante’s Woodfire Pizza food truck just down the street.

Those with a sweet tooth can stop by Cherry & Bark’s booth for ice cream and other delicious treats. Marshall Brewing Company will be on site with crisp and refreshing brews for sale.

Local bands, even those not performing, are invited to have a merch booth at the event. There is a $10 fee to cover the cost of providing a table and two chairs. Interested artists can sign up online.

In addition to music merch, Til Dealth Print Co. will host live screen-printing of the Amps on Admiral logo on shirts and tote bags. Stop by to get your very own shirt or watch the screen-printing process.

During the event, Ziegler Art & Frame is celebrating 50 years at the very large corner of Lewis and Admiral. The family-owned business is known for custom framing, but also sells artwork, art supplies, household items and more.

Amps on Admiral is made possible through sponsors, including Presenting Sponsors Fowler Automotive and Ziegler Art & Frame. See the website for a full list of sponsors.

Kendall Whittier Main Street is a nonprofit organization that inspires the ongoing revitalization and growth of a historic and cultural neighborhood in Tulsa, creating vibrancy in Kendall Whittier’s commercial areas. KWMS is a 2020 Great American Main Street Award winner and an Oklahoma Certified Cultural District.

For more information about Amps on Admiral or Kendall Whittier Main Street, please call or text 918-633-1934 or email info@visitkendallwhittier.com.

About the Musicians

Township & Range
Township & Range is best described as “rural music,” as it is deeply influenced and informed by old-time country, folk, bluegrass, honky-tonk, blues, and rockabilly. The project’s name comes from the fact that many of the songs focus on local color and geography filtered through a personal lens.

Free Association
Free Association is a quintet of friends exploring heartfelt songs through a 60s psychedelic rock lens. The band name derives from the ideas of freedom and lack of instruction.

Brujo Roots
Brujo Roots is a latin funk band that started by trying to capture the music the founding members grew up with while incorporating a modern jam/funk approach. In recent years the band has expanded their sound to include the sounds of the midwest while also digging deeper into their latin roots.

Casii Stephan and the Midnight Sun
Casii Stephan is a soul pop/rock artist hailing from Minnesota. Now based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the impassioned songstress evokes subtle vibrato notes and roller-coaster-like melodies, which immediately grab the listener, while her emotional lyrics share intimate stories. She has been compared to the likes of Florence Welch, Fiona Apple and Carole King, as her vocal timbre possesses a full and warm quality.


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