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Sunday 9am–5pm

Cabin Concert with Travis Linville

Friday, May 06
7:00pm – 8:30pm

Timed ticket entries at 5:30, 6, 6:30
Show starts at 7

$30 Member Adult
$40 Adult
$10 Member Youth 17 & Under
$15 Youth 17 & Under
*Capacity is limited. Advance, timed-entry ticket required. Museum admission is included.
**In the event of rain, concert will be moved indoors to Philbrook’s PJW Auditorium.

An intimate evening with Tulsa’s own Travis Linville. Travis will perform for a small audience under the stars outside Philbrook’s artist-built log cabin.

Bring your own blankets and chairs for casual, picnic-style seating.

Picnicking encouraged. No outside alcohol permitted. Cash bar with wine and beer onsite.

Grab a picnic at Philbrook. Kitchen 27 offers a walk-up Burger Bar with classic, turkey, and vegetarian options. Beverages (alcoholic and non) available for purchase.

About the artist:
A sought-after collaborator, Travis Linville’s touring instrumental work includes turns onstage with Samantha Crain and Hayes Carll and session work with too many artists to count, among them gifted American songwriter John Moreland and indie rock stalwart Berwanger (feat. members of the Anniversary). In recent years, he’s performed his own music as hand-selected support for Carll, fellow Oklahomans Moreland and Parker Millsap, Todd Snider’s Hard Working Americans, and even country legend Marty Stuart.

Combined with his hundreds of solo shows, these collaborations and his recorded catalog, including 2017’s Up Ahead LP, have built for Linville a dedicated group of fans equally enamored of his nonchalant technical skill—whether as his own producer and studio engineer, or on guitar, pedal steel, piano, mandolin, or any number of other instruments—and his artistry and taste.

Linville’s new album, presciently titled I’m Still Here, was initially tracked live to tape in early 2019 at Memphis Magnetic Studio. Working around delays in respective tour schedules, they completed the record almost a year later at Linville’s home studio and 3 Sirens in Nashville, only to have it heartbreakingly shelved again due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 10-track set is full of, in musician JD McPherson’s words, the “fantastic songs and consummate musicianship” Linville is known for, and the contributions of his collaborators shine throughout. It’s a Travis Linville album where Linville gets by with a little help from his friends, instead of vice versa.


With generous support through the Play Tulsa Music grant by Tulsa FMAC

All sales are final. Tickets, Memberships, and Donations are nonrefundable. Select ticketed events will be exchangeable. View our full Refund & Ticketing Policy for more information.

For information on wheelchair access or other accessibility matters, please visit the Accessibility page.

Visit a member of Philbrook’s Guest Experience Team at the front desk or call us at (918) 748-5300 for questions or additional information.

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