Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College will continue its annual 4th on the 3rd Concert tradition this year with a different look and sound due to COVID-19 concerns. The concert will feature the Signature Brass Quintet and be outdoors.

“Think of this as a drive-in concert on the parking lot of the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education. We are thrilled to bring live music to our friends and neighbors, while at the same time we designed this concert experience with the health and safety of our community as a priority,” said Joe Falvey, Signature Symphony at TCC manager.

The 30-minute, free, outdoor concert at 8 p.m., Friday, July 3, will be outside the front entrance of the VanTrease PACE on the TCC Southeast Campus located at 10300 East 81st Street. The concert includes favorites such as “The Star-Spangled Banner,” “America the Beautiful,” “St. Louis Blues,” and “The Stars and Stripes Forever” performed by Signature Quintet members Benjamin Hay, trumpet; Jeff Loud, trumpet; Marsha Wilson, horn; Brian Haapanen, trombone; and Brett Nichols, tuba.

“Bring your family and friends to listen from the comfort and safety of your car. You can listen through your car radio or download the free AudioFetch app for a truly modern concert experience,” said Kelly Clark, Dean of Visual and Performing Arts at TCC.

Plus, audience members can also choose to bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the concert in the open air from one of the nearby lawns. The parking lot and lawns open at 7:30 p.m. and concert starts at 8 p.m.

Signature Symphony at TCC asks all concertgoers to follow recommended physical distancing guidelines which includes maintaining at least six feet apart between you and others outside your family unit and wearing face coverings when outside of vehicles.

This concert is subject to cancelation based on any changes in TCC event protocol or City of Tulsa guidelines on public gatherings. If you have questions, call the PACE ticket office at (918) 595-7777 or email